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South African Family Practice(SAFP) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, which strives to provide primary care physicians and researchers with a broad range of scholarly work in the disciplines of Family Medicine, Primary Health Care, Rural Medicine, District Health and other related fields. SAFP publishes original research, clinical reviews, and pertinent commentary that advance the knowledge base of these disciplines. The content of SAFP is designed to reflect and support further development of the broad basis of these disciplines through original research and critical review of evidence in important clinical areas; as well as to provide practitioners with continuing professional development material.

(Note: In January 2003 South African Family Practice merged with Geneeskunde – The Medical Journal to form South African Family Practice incorporating Geneeskunde, and since January 2004 it is again only known as South African Family Practice (SAFP). As a result the numbering of the journal now begins from Volume 45 in 2003).

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.safpj.co.za


Vol 58, No 5 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Knowledge and practice of the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV guidelines amongst doctors and nurses at Odi Hospital, Tshwane District EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kingsley Ogbonna, Indiran Govender, John Tumbo 1–5
Self-perceived readiness of medical interns in performing basic medical procedures at the Universitas Academic Health Complex in Bloemfontein EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sin Yiga, J Botes, G Joubert, S Bulane, T Choane, K Mogale, M Rapitse, C Ruiters 1-6
An evaluation of factors influencing perceptual experiences and future plans of final-year medical interns in the Free State, 2013–2014 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Mofolo, J Botes 1-7
EDITORIAL Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs): Have we lost the battle? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Prof Gboyega A Ogunbanjo 4
Evaluation of a two-question screening tool in the detection of intimate partner violence in a primary healthcare setting in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Saimen, E Armstrong, C Manitshana, I Govender 1–7
Southern African guidelines on the safe use of pre-exposure prophylaxis in persons at risk of acquiring HIV-1 infection EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Bekker, K Rebe, F Venter, G Maartens, M Moorhouse, F Conradie, C Wallis, V Black, B Harley, R Eakles 6-17
Acute pain guidelines EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dr Milton Raff 20-41
Heartburn, gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and non-erosive reflux disease EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Haley Smith 44-48
An update on the pharmacological treatment of anxiety and related disorders EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Outhoff 50-56
Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN): an update EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Mogole, N Schellack, MH Motswaledi 57-59
Use of angiotensin receptor – neprilysin inhibitors in heart failure: a paradigm shift EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MOE Irhuma, M Vally 60-63
Long-acting reversible hormonal contraception EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NE Dahan-Farkas, MOE Irhuma 64-67
The Malaria Season Is Upon Us EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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RL Van Zyl 68-72
Mastering your Fellowship EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Klaus von Pressentin, Mergan Naidoo, Bob Mash 76-82
Books as therapy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chris Ellis 80


ISSN: 2078-6204
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