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AJPHES publishes research papers that contribute to knowledge and practice, and also develops theory either as new information, reviews, confirmation of previous findings, application of new teaching/coaching techniques and research notes. Letters to the editor relating to the materials previously published in AJPHES could be submitted within 3 months after publication of the article in question. Such letter will be referred to the corresponding author and both the letter and response will be published concurrently in a subsequent issue of the journal.

Manuscripts are considered for publication in AJPHES based on the understanding that they have not been published or submitted for publication in any other journal. In submitting papers for publication, corresponding authors should make such declarations. Where part of a paper has been published or presented at congresses, seminars or symposia, reference to that publication should be made in the acknowledgement section of the manuscript.

AJPHES is published quarterly, i.e. in March, June, September and December.
Supplements/Special editions are also published periodically.


Vol 23, No 4 (2017): Supplement 2

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Table of Contents

Articles

Radiation exposure of radiographers who handle 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose for positron emission tomography at a hospital in Pretoria, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maryke Lundie, Beverley Summers, Gerdus Kemp 217-226
Monitoring and evaluation of sports as a tool in HIV/AIDS awareness programmes: Experiences of five selected Non- Governmental Organisations in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.N. Maleka, M. Keim, H. Schneider, C. De Coning 227-241
Rehabilitation model to promote interprofessional practice at primary health care level in the Western Cape of South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nondwe Mlenzana, Jose Frantz 242-254
Edible Plate Wastage Study: An assessment of the percentage of consumed food at ward level in selected South African hospitals EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L.J. Ncube, A.E. Nesamvuni, M. Manafe 255-266
Multidisciplinary rehabilitation outcomes of stroke patients in the Western Cape of South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R. Groenewald, A.J. Rhoda 267-276
Diabetes self-management: A post-intervention evaluation of challenges experienced in a low socio-economic community EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T. Steyl 277-289
Tournament and position-specific time-motion analyses of elite Rugby Sevens players during match play EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Pieter H. Van der Berg, D.D.J. Malan, J.H. De Ridder 290-301
Gender and ethnic differences in motor proficiency among Senior Phase learners in Potchefstroom, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lizl-Louise Van Niekerk, Dorita Du Toit, Anita E. Pienaar 302-316
An assessment of social accountability among South African pharmacy schools from public domain information EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A. Bheekie, M. Van huyssteen 317-334
Appropriate and non-medical use of methylphenidate by residence students at a South African tertiary institution EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J. Dreyer, J.R. Burger, I. Kotze, S. Van Dyk, M. Cockeran 335-350


ISSN: 1117-4315
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