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The African Journal of Health Professions Education is an online, bi-annual, peer reviewed, journal that covers matters related to education for health professionals. Other websites related to this journal: http://www.ajhpe.org.za/index.php/ajhpe/index

Vol 7, No 2 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: Has the health professions education research agenda changed in the new millennium? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vanessa Burch 146-146
Review: Optimising cognitive load and usability to improve the impact of e-learning in medical education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MR Davids, ML Halperin, UME Chikte 147-152
Rising to the challenge: Training the next generation of clinician scientists for South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Kramer, Y Veriava, JM Pettifor 153-154
Effect of simulated emergency skills training and assessments on the competence and confidence of medical students
I Treadwell 155-157
Student compliance with indications for intravenous cannulation during clinical learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Vincent-Lambert, B van Nugteren 158-160
Implementing and managing community-based education and service learning in undergraduate health sciences programmes: Students’ perspectives EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SB Kruger, MM Nel, GJ van Zyl 161-164
Preclinical medical students’ performance in and reflections on integrating procedural and communication skills in a simulated patient consultation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Treadwell 165-169
A faculty-led solution to transport-related stress among South African medical students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Schoeman 170-175
Nursing students’ perception of simulation as a clinical teaching method in the Cape Town Metropole, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Nel, EL Stellenberg 176-179
Changing students’ moral reasoning ability – is it at all possible? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Nortjé, KGF Esterhuyse 180-182
Experiences of medical and pharmacy students’ learning in a shared environment: A qualitative study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Johnston, PA McInerney, O Fadahun, LP Green-Thompson, S Moch, P Goven Shiba, A Magida 183-186
Ethical dilemmas experienced by occupational therapy students – the reality EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Nortjé, J de Jongh 187-189
Promotion of a primary healthcare philosophy in a community-based nursing education programme from the students’ perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Ndateba, F Mtshali, SZ Mthembu 190-193
Dental students’ perceptions of practice management and their career aspirations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SE van der Berg-Cloete, L Snyman, TC Postma, JG White 194-198
Second-year dental students’ perceptions about a joint basic science curriculum EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TC Postma, L Bronkhorst 199-201
Self-regulation – the key to progress in clinical reasoning? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TC Postma 202-207
The meaning of being a pharmacist: Considering the professional identity development of first-year pharmacy students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M van Huyssteen, A Bheekie 208-211
Field trips as an intervention to enhance pharmacy students’ positive perception of a management module in their final year: A pilot study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MJ Eksteen, GM Reitsma 212-215
An exploration of the experiences and practices of nurse academics regarding postgraduate research supervision at a South African university EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JR Naidoo, S Mthembu 216-219
Examining the effects of a mindfulness-based professional training module on mindfulness, perceived stress, self-compassion and self-determination EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Whitesman, R Mash 220-223
It is time to balance communitarianism and individualism in South African medical education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LM Campbell, AJ Ross, RG MacGregor 224-225
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