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African Journal of Health Professions Education - Vol 5, No 2 (2013)

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Articles

Micro, meso and macro issues emerging from focus group discussions: Contributions to a physiotherapy HIV curriculum EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Myezwa, A Stewart, P Solomon 56-62
A reflection on professional development of registrars completing a module in Health Care Practice EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Bezuidenhout, MM Nel, GJ van Zyl 63-67
Career and practice intentions of health science students at three South African health science faculties EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Naidu, J Irlam, PN Diab 68-71
Student and staff perceptions and experiences of the introduction of Objective Structured Practical Examinations: A pilot study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JM Frantz, M Rowe, DA Hess, AJ Rhoda, BL Sauls, I Wegner 72-74
Training on prevention of violence against women in the medical curriculum at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OI Fawole, J van Wyk, A Adejimi 75-79
Ten key elements for implementing interprofessional learning in clinical simulations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Treadwell, HS Havenga 80-83
Skills training of junior medical students: Can peer teaching be the solution? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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IM Mutwali, AN Hassan 84-87
Factors influencing the recruitment and retention of faculty at the Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences, Bugando, Mwanza, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SE Mshana, M Manyama 88-90
Roles and attributes of physiotherapy clinical educators: Is there agreement between educators and students? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DV Ernstzen 91-94
Shortage of faculty in medical schools in Tanzania: A case study at the Catholic University of Health and Allied Health Sciences EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Manyama, SE Mshana, R Kabangira, E Konje 95-97
Experiential learning outside the comfort zone: Taking medical students to downtown Durban EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Prose, P Diab, M Matthews 98-99