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Health SA Gesondheid is an accredited interdisciplinary research journal that is published four times a year by AOSIS OpenJournals. This journal aims to contribute to the development of science. We do this through interchange and cooperation between health professions, and we try to develop a relevant, effective health service delivery system in southern Africa through research. The journal also aims to facilitate the gathering and critical testing of insights and viewpoints on knowledge from different disciplines involved in health service delivery.

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Vol 21, No 1 (2016)

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Knowledge and psychosocial wellbeing of nurses caring for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lufuno Makhado, Mashudu Davhana-Maselesele 1-10
The GAMMA® nursing measure: Its calibration for construct validity with Rasch analyses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hendrik J. Loubser, Daleen Casteleijn, Judith C. Bruce 11-20
Keep pushing! Limiting interruptions to CPR; bag-valve mask versus i-gel® airway ventilation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Craig Vincent-Lambert, Andrew Makkink, Fredrick Kloppers 21-32
Clinical judgement within the South African clinical nursing environment: A concept analysis EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Anna C. van Graan, Martha J.S. , Williams, Magdalena P. Koen 33-45
Seven year overview (2007-2013) of ethical transgressions by registered healthcare professionals in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nico Nortje, Willem Hoffmann 46-53
Nurses' experiences of inpatients suicide in a general hospital EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mirriam Matandela, Mokgadi C. Matlakala 54-59
Has the increase in the availability of generic drugs lowered the price of cardiovascular drugs in South Africa? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Varsha Bangalee, Fatima Suleman 60-66
The experiences of clients and healthcare providers regarding the provision of reproductive health services including the prevention of HIV and AIDS in an informal settlement in Tshwane EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.L.S. Mataboge, S. Beukes, A.G.W. Nolte 67-76
“Just live with it”: Having to live with breast cancer related lymphedema EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Johanna E. Maree, Dalene Beckmann 77-85
Barriers and facilitators associated with HIV testing uptake in South African health facilities offering HIV Counselling and Testing EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Neo Mohlabane, Bomkazi Tutshana, Karl Peltzer, Aziza Mwisongo 86-95
Referral criteria for school-based hearing screening in South Africa: Considerations for resource-limited contexts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Faheema Mahomed-Asmail, De Wet Swanepoel, Robert H. Eikelboom 96-103
Paramedics' experiences of financial medicine practices in the pre-hospital environment. A pilot study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Craig Vincent-Lambert, Richard-Kyle Jackson 103-109
Experiences of women living with borderline personality disorder EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N. Ntshingila, M. Poggenpoel, C.P.H. Myburgh, A. Temane 110-119
Systematic review as a research method in postgraduate nursing education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Wilma ten Ham-Baloyi, Portia Jordan 120-128
Knowledge, opinions and practices of healthcare workers related to infant feeding in the context of HIV EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Liska Janse van Rensburg, Riette Nel, Corinna M. Walsh 129-136
“Consider our plight”: A cry for help from nyaope users EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kebogile Mokwena 137-142
Mothers' perceptions of their premature infant's communication: A description of two cases EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Michelle Pascoe, Divya Bissessur, Pat Mayers 142-154
Relation of socio-economic status to the independent application of self-care in older persons of South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tinda Rabie, Hester C. Klopper, Martha J. Watson 155-161
Perception and attitude of healthcare workers towards the use of a female condom in Gaborone, Botswana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B. Mashanda-Tafaune, L.V. Monareng 162-170
Knowledge and attitudes about HIV infection and prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV in an urban, low income community in Durban, South Africa: Perspectives of residents and health care volunteers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Firoza Haffejee, Katie A. Ports, Maghboeba Mosavel 171-178
The prevalence of risky sexual behaviours amongst undergraduate students in Jigjiga University, Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Azwihangwisi Helen Mavhandu-Mudzusi, Teka tesfay Asgedom 179-186
A HIV stigma reduction intervention for people living with HIV and their families EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Johanna Beatrix Pretorius, Minrie Greeff, Fazel Ebrihiam Freeks, Annamarie Kruger 187-195


Health SA Gesondheid.   ISSN: 1025-9848
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