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African Journal of Health Professions Education

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

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Vol 6, No 2 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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V Burch 117-118
Building on Tinto’s model of engagement and persistence: Experiences from the Umthombo Youth Development Foundation Scholarship Scheme EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Ross 119-123
Integrating research into teaching: Needs assessment for staff development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J De Jongh, J Frantz, A Rhoda 124-128
Factors that influence MSc (Med) (Pharmacy) completion rates at the Medunsa Campus of the University of Limpopo, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Summers, DI Mpanda 129-132
Access, pass, throughput and dropout rates: Review of a problem-based learning BPharm curriculum at a previously disadvantaged university in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LA Mabope, JC Meyer 133-137
Recommendations for the establishment of a clinical simulation unit to train South African medical students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MJ Labuschagne, MM Nel, PPC Nel, GJ Van Zyl 138-142
Assessment of the education environment of senior medical students at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Schoeman, R Raphuthing, S Phate, L Khasoane, C Ntsere 143-149
Making use of an existing questionnaire to measure patient-centred attitudes in undergraduate medical students: A case study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Archer, J Bezuidenhout, M Kidd, BB van Heerden 150-154
Medical students’ clerkship experiences and self-perceived competence in clinical skills EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Katowa-Mukwato, B Andrews, M Maimbolwa, S Lakhi, C Michelo, Y Mulla, SS Banda 155-160
An educational programme for error awareness in acute trauma for junior doctors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CM Aldous, R Searle, DL Clarke 161-164
A qualitative survey of top-achieving undergraduate medical students’ perspectives of medical education: An Iranian exploration EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Khashayar, P Khashayar 165-168
Building a research agenda in health professions education at a Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: Current research profile and future considerations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Bezuidenhout, S van Schalkwyk, B van Heerden, M de Villiers 169-173
Book Review: Principles of Medicine in Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Farham 174
Editorial EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Hanekom 178-179
Deriving criteria by which to determine core curriculum content: A high engagement process EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SD Hanekom, M Unger, F Cilliers 180-184
Does a problem-based learning approach benefit students as they enter their clinical training years? Lecturers’ and students’ perceptions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SB Statham, G Inglis-Jassiem, SD Hanekom 185-191
What does an enquiry-based approach offer undergraduate physiotherapy students in their final year of study? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Inglis-Jassiem, SB Statham, SD Hanekom 192-197
Integrating evidence-based principles into the undergraduate physiotherapy research methodology curriculum: Reflections on a new approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Burger, QA Louw 198-202
Teaching my peers: Perceptions of tutors in physiotherapy practical skills training EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Unger, L Keller, G Inglis-Jassiem, SD Hanekom 203-206
Evaluation of clinical sites used for training undergraduate physiotherapy students: Factors that may impact on learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LG Williams, DV Ernstzen, SB Statham, SD Hanekom 207-210
Learning experiences of physiotherapy students during primary healthcare clinical placements EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DV Ernstzen, SB Statham, SD Hanekom 211-216
Physiotherapy students’ perceptions about the learning opportunities included in an introductory clinical module EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DV Ernstzen, SB Statham, SD Hanekom 217-221
Benefits of curriculum renewal: The Stellenbosch University physiotherapy experience EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Unger, SD Hanekom 222-226