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

Supplement 1

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Articles

Editorial: Medical education to strengthen health systems in Africa: MEPI as a catalyst for change EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Susan van Schalkwyk 68-69
Innovative strategies to improve human resources for health in Africa: The SURMEPI story EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M de Villiers, K Moodley 70-72
Impact of a quality improvement project to strengthen infection prevention and control training at rural healthcare facilities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Dramowski, F Marais, C Goliath, S Mehtar 73-75
The role of socially accountable universities in improving the selection of medical students from rural and underserved areas EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Moodley, T Fish, S Naidoo 76-78
When the clinic is not yet built … the Avian Park Service Learning Centre story EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T Fish, G Lourens, L Meyer, J Muller, H Conradie 79-80
Fit for purpose? A review of a medical curriculum and its contribution to strengthening health systems in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LD Dudley, TN Young, AC Rohwer, B Willems, A Dramowski, C Goliath, FK Mukinda, F Marais, S Mehtar, NA Cameron 81-85
Equipping medical graduates to address health systems challenges in South Africa: An expressed need for curriculum change EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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FK Mukinda, CD Goliath, B Willems, M Zunza, LD Dudley 86-91
Capacity-building needs assessment of rural health managers: The what and the how ... EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Goliath, FK Mukinda, L Dudley 92-97
Taking stock of evidence-based healthcare in the undergraduate medical curriculum at Stellenbosch University: Combining a review of curriculum documents and input from recent graduates EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Rohwer, B Willems, T Young 98-104
Does undergraduate teaching of infection prevention and control adequately equip graduates for medical practice? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Dramowski, F Marais, B Willems, S Mehtar 105-110
Choosing final-year placement: Why students decide not to go rural EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DK Daniels-Felix, H Conradie, M Voss 111-114
Academic achievement of final-year medical students on a rural clinical platform: Can we dispel the myths? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S van Schalkwyk, N Kok, H Conradie, B van Heerden 115-118
‘We have to flap our wings or fall to the ground’: The experiences of medical students on a longitudinal integrated clinical model EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Voss, JF Coetzee, H Conradie, SC van Schalkwyk 119-124
Enhanced podcasting for medical students: Progression from pilot to e-learning resource EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Walsh, M de Villiers 125-129
How podcasts influence medical students’ learning – a descriptive qualitative study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M de Villiers, S Walsh 130-133
Identifying approaches and tools for evaluating community-based medical education programmes in Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Dreyer, I Couper, R Bailey, Z Talib, H Ross, AS Sagay 134-139
Evaluating community-based medical education programmes in Africa: A workshop report EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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RJ Bailey, RK Baingana, ID Couper, CB Deery, D Nestel, H Ross, AS Sagay, ZM Talib 140-144
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