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Exploring knowledge, attitudes and utilisation of the partograph by midwives and obstetricians in a regional hospital in the eThekwini District.
Introduction: A partograph, alternatively called labour graph, is a simple pre-printed paper form on which midwives and obstetricians record labour observations. These observations consist of foetal condition vital signs, ...
Exploring unit manager’s experiences with community service nurses in selected nursing units in KwaZulu-Natal.
Background: Community service for nurses was introduced in January 2008, after it was legislated in the Nursing Act (55 of 2005). Unit managers assist these nurses during their transition process, from community service ...
An exploration of school health nurses’ understanding and experiences of adolescent sexual and reproductive health programme in a selected health district in KwaZulu-Natal.
Introduction: Unprotected sexual activity has a negative effect to the reproductive health of adolescence, because they are physically immature and are at risk of unwanted pregnancy. Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) ...
Exploring absenteeism of nursing and midwifery students in a selected campus in Free State province, South Africa.
Background. Student nurse attendance during training is mandatory and the South African Nursing Council (SANC) stipulates that students must attend a certain percentage of hours for both theory and practice during their ...