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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 11, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: Professionalising health professions education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vanessa Burch, John Norcini 2
Expectations and experiences of final-year medical students regarding family medicine rural rotations: Influence on intention to practise in a rural setting EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Beckett, R Delport 3-5
Medical students’ reflections on the meaning of disease and illness in South African communities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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F.C.J. Stevens, S Naidoo, M Taylor, S Knight 6-11
Students’ views on the need for hostile environment awareness training for South African emergency medical care students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Vincent-Lambert, R Westwood 12-15
Physiotherapists’ perception of a community-based primary healthcare clinical education approach to undergraduate learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Blose, N.C.T. Chemane, V Chetty, P Govender, S Maddocks 16-21
Preparation of nursing students for operating room exposure: A South African perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Breedt, M.J. Labuschagne 22-26
Initiating curriculum mapping on the web-based, interactive learning opportunities, objectives and outcome platform (LOOOP) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Treadwell, O Ahlers, G.C. Botha 27-31
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