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African Journal of Health Professions Education - Vol 11, No 2 (2019)

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Articles

Editorial: Leading when it matters EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vanessa Burch 34
Final-year medical students’ ratings of service-learning activities during an integrated primary care block EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Mapukata, M.G. Mlambo, R Dube 35-37
Making sense of knowing: Knowledge creation and translation in student occupational therapy practitioners EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Govender, K Mostert 38-40
A critical reflection by participants on microteaching as a learning experience for newly appointed health professions educators EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.A. Kridiotis, C van Wyk 41-46
Practise what you teach: Lessons learnt by newly appointed lecturers in medical education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C van Wyk, M.M. Nel, G.J. van Zyl 47-52
Understanding faculty development as capacity development: A case study from South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Frantz, A Rhoda, D.B. Murdoch-Eaton, J Sandars, M Marshall, V.C. Burch 53-56
The selection and inclusion of students as research participants in undergraduate medical student projects at the School of Medicine, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa, 2002 - 2017: An ethical perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Joubert, W.J. Steinberg, L.J. van der Merwe 57-62
Advocacy: Are we teaching it? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Gaede, P Pillay 63-67
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