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African Journal of Health Professions Education - Vol 9, No 3 (2017)

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G Mubuuke 91
Health sciences students’ contribution to human resources for health strategy: A rural health careers day for grade 12 learners in the North West Province of South Africa
N O Mapukata, I D Couper, A R Dreyer, M Mlambo 92-93
A quick needs assessment of key stakeholder groups on the role of family medicine in Zambia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Sanders, M Makasa, F Goma, E Kafumukache, M S Ngoma, S Nzala 94-97
Registrar wellness in Botswana: Measuring burnout and identifying ways to improve wellness EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K D Westmoreland, E D Lowenthal, R Finalle, L Mazhani, M Cox, J C Mwita, S B Mphele, C E Turner, A P Steenhoff 98-102
Assessment of the educational environment of physiotherapy students at the University of Rwanda using the Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure (DREEM) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Urimubenshi, J Songa, F Kandekwe 103-106
Standardised patient-simulated practice learning: A rich pedagogical environment for psychiatric nursing education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Jacobs, I Venter 107-110
Understanding student early departure from a Master of Public Health programme in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T Dlungwane, A Voce, R Searle, J Wassermann 111-115
Postgraduate trainees’ perceptions of the learning environment in a Nigerian teaching hospital EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P I Idon, I K Suleiman, H O Olasoji, Z Mustapha, H M Abba 116-122
Radiation safety requirements for training of users of diagnostic X-ray equipment in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B van der Merwe, S B Kruger, M M Nel 123-127
Training requirements for the administration of intravenous contrast media by radiographers: Radiologists’ perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G G V Koch, L D Swindon, J D Pillay 128-132
Perceptions of the impact of an advanced training programme on the management skills of health professionals in Gauteng, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Mutyabule, F Senkubuge, D Cameron, V Pillay, P Petrucka 133-137
A peer evaluation of the community-based education programme for medical students at the University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences: A southern African Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) collaboration EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Michaels, I Couper, M S Mogodi, J G Hakim, Z Talib, M H Mipando, M M Chidzonga, A Matsika, M Simuyemba 138-143
Fifth-year medical students’ perspectives on rural training in Botswana: A qualitative approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Kebaabetswe, T Arscott-Mills, K Sebina, M B Kebaetse, O Makgabana-Dintwa, L Mokgatlhe, G Tawana, D O Mbuka, O Nkomazana 144-147
Quantity and quality of written feedback, action plans, and student reflections before and after the introduction of a modified mini-CEX assessment form EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R M Djajadi, M Claramita, G R Rahayu 148-152
Upskilling nursing students and nurse practitioners to initiate and manage patients on ART: An outcome evaluation of the UKZN NIMART course EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Mngqibisa, M Muzigaba, B P Ncama, S Pillay, N Nadesan-Reddy 153-158
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