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The impact of Laduma, a health education intervention, on the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and practices regarding sexually transmitted infections among secondary school learners in KwaZulu-Natal.
Purpose To evaluate the impact of Laduma, a health education intervention, on the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices regarding sexually transmitted infections among secondary school learners in KwaZulu-Natal. ...
The acceptability and efficiency of routine "opt-out" HIV testing in a South African antenatal clinic setting.
Background and Objectives The improved uptake of antenatal Opt-out testing has been documented internationally. In South Africa little is known about the efficiency and die acceptability of Opt-out testing. This study ...
Medical practitioners’ reactions towards family medicine as a speciality in South Africa.
Background: Family physicians are trained to treat a wide range of diseases, treatment being centred on the patient, family and community irrespective of age, gender, or ethnic or racial background. To deal with inequalities ...
A study investigating the prevalence of erectile dysfunctional in a primary health care clinic in KwaZulu-Natal. Centre : Addington Hospital - Primary Health Care Clinic.
Introduction: Erectile dysfunction, the persistent inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient to permit satisfactory sexual performance, is a common problem. Aim: To determine the prevalence of erectile ...
Perceptions around managed health care service delivery in private medical care in the Republic of South Africa.
Introduction: This study aimed to explore private General Practitioners' perceptions of Managed Health Care CMHC) for health service delivery in the Republic of South Africa (RSA). The specific objectives were to review ...