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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 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The effect of an interprofessional clinical simulation on medical students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Treadwell, M van Rooyen, H Havenga, M Theron 3-5
Are further education opportunities for emergency care technicians needed and do they exist? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Vincent-Lambert, J Bezuidenhout,, M Jansen van Vuuren 6-9
How we see ‘Y’: South African health sciences students’ and lecturers’ perceptions of Generation Y students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LJ van der Merwe, GJ van Zyl, MM Nel, G Joubert 10-16
Do physiotherapy students perceive that they are adequately prepared to enter clinical practice? An empirical study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Talberg, D Scott 17-22
PIQUE-ing an interest in curriculum renewal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Blitz, N Kok, B van Heerden, S van Schalkwyk 23-27
Student doctors (umfundi wobugqirha): The role of student-run free clinics in medical education in Cape Town, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SC Mendelsohn 28-32
Problem-solving abilities of radiography students at a South African university EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T Pieterse, H Lawrence, H Friedrich-Nel 33-36
Introduction of a learning management system at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Killewo, E Lisasi, G Kapanda, D Tibyampansha, G Ibrahim, A Kulanga, C Muiruri, N Fadhili, D Wiener, A Wood, E Kessi, K Mteta, M Ntabaye, JA Bartlett 37-40
Medical and dental students’ willingness to administer treatments and procedures for patients living with AIDS EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AY Oyeyemi, US Jasper, A Oyeyemi, SU Aliyu, HO Olasoji, H Yusuph 41-44
Understanding the learning styles of undergraduate physiotherapy students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Hess, JM Frantz 45-47
Health-promoting schools as a service learning platform for teaching health-promotion skills EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LM du Plessis, HE Koornhof, LC Daniels, M Sowden, R Adams 48-51
Using graduates as key stakeholders to inform training and policy in health professions: The hidden potential of tracer studies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AG Mubuuke, F Businge, E Kiguli-Malwadde 52-55
The effect of characterisation training on the congruence of standardised patient portrayals EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Treadwell, L Schweickerdt-Alker, D Pretorius, MD Hugo 56-59
Continuous professional training of medical laboratory scientists in Benin City, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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BH Oladeinde, R Omoregie, I Odia, EO Osakue 60-63
Physiotherapy clinical students’ perception of their learning environment: A Nigerian perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AC Odole, NA Odunaiya, OO Oyewole, OT Ogunmola 64-68