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African Journal of Health Professions Education

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The AJHPE is a journal for health professions educators. It carries research articles, short scientific reports, letters, editorials, education practice, personal opinion and other topics related to the education of health care professionals. It also features African education-related news, obituaries and general correspondence.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.ajhpe.org.za/index.php/ajhpe/index

Vol 10, No 3 (2018)

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Articles

Editorial: Professor Bongani Mayosi: A legend in our time EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ntobeko Ntusi 143-144
Interprofessional knowledge and perceptions of selected South African healthcare practitioners towards each other EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.J. Ellapen, M Swanepoel, B.T. Qumbu, G.L. Strydom, Y Paul 148-152
Checklist of cognitive contributions to diagnostic errors: A tool for clinician-educators EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.M. Naude, V.C. Burch 153-158
The effectiveness of an online, distance-learning Master’s in Surgical Sciences programme in Malawi EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P.J.W. Smith, O.J. Garden, S.J. Wigmore, E Borgstein, D Dewhurst 159-165
Peer helpers’ construction of their role in an open distance-learning institution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.E. Mabizela 166-170
Interventions aimed towards the development of patient-centredness in undergraduate medical curricula: A scoping review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Archer, I Meyer 171-175
Exploring community-based training opportunities for dental therapy students in non-governmental and private sectors in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Moodley, S Singh 176-182
Perspectives of advanced life support paramedics on clinical simulation for summative assessment in South Africa: Is it time for change? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R.G. Campbell, M.J. Labuschagne, J Bezuidenhout 183-188
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