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African Journal of Health Professions Education - Vol 7, No 1 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: Is health professions education more about ‘doing’ rather than just ‘knowing’? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vanessa Burch 2-3
Strategies to include sexual orientation and gender identity in health professions education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Müller 4-7
An ethical dilemma: A case of student training, intermittent service and impact on service delivery EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Govender 8-9
Developing an outcomes-based charter to direct teaching and assessment of medical professionalism EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Delport, C Krüger, M van Rooyen, G Pickworth 10-15
The implementation of the Objective Structured Practical Examination (OSPE) method: Students’ and examiners’ experiences EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Olivier, V Naidoo, W Mudzi, H van Aswegen, J Potterton, H Myezwa, R Roos, L Godlwana, D Maleka, S Mtshali, V Ntsiea, A Stewart, M Romm, C Humphries, B Watt 16-21
Students’ experiences of inter-professional education through International Classification of Functioning-based activities at a community-based rehabilitation centre EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Kloppers, HE Koornhof, J Bester, F Bardien 22-25
Perceptions of physician leadership in Botswana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Sokol-Hessner, BM Tsima, CJ Dine, B Masheto, JA Shea, J Masunge, O Nkomazana 26-31
Identity and attribution as lenses to understand the relationship between transition to university and initial academic performance EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W McMillan 32-38
The Human Rights Key: An innovative tool for teaching health and human rights in the health sciences EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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VA Mitchell 39-42
Discovering the value of personality types in communication training for pharmacy students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Eksteen, MJ Basson 43-46
http://dx.doi.org/10.7196/ajhpe.558
A lesson in listening: Is the student voice heard in the rush to incorporate technology into health professions education? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Keiller, G Inglis-Jassiem 47-50
Curriculum challenges faced by rural-origin health science students at South African medical schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Diab, PS Flack, LH Mabuza, H Moolman 51-54
Learning approaches used by students in an undergraduate emergency medical care programme EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Mosca, A Makkink, C Stein 55-57
Development of an evaluation matrix for a community-based interdisciplinary health-promotion course EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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F Waggie 58-63
Book review: The Primary Health Care Approach and Restructuring of the MB ChB: A Case Study at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Hartman 64-64
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