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A qualitative study exploring the dynamics of patient adherence to psychotropic medication use amongst adult patients with bipolar mood disorder.
This study explored the perceived barriers of patient adherence to psychotropic medication use amongst adult patients with Bipolar Mood Disorder. Particular attention was paid to the personal experiences of each participant ...
The colour of rage and political opinion: An exploratory study of factors of moral outrage for the South African context.
Background: Societies had expected that the transition from crude forms of racial prejudice and oppressive governments would lead to democratic governments that catered for everyone. While policies for racial redress have ...
Mental health literacy of young people in South Africa: A study of University of KwaZulu-Natal students.
The central objective of the present study was to investigate the mental health literacy of the University of KwaZulu-Natal undergraduate Black students. The specific objective was to explore the level of the students’ ...
A systematic review of empirical research on child sexual abuse myths and stereotypes (1992-2017).
Introduction: Available literature suggests that child sexual abuse (CSA) myths and stereotypes are both prevalent and varied in contemporary society. This systematic review aims to provide a critical summation of present ...
A quantitative analysis of the influence of a household’s income, access to food and education level on the prevalence of diabetes in adults: a secondary analysis of data from the South African General Household Survey of 2014.
As diabetes mellitus is becoming a burgeoning epidemic in South Africa, preventative measures are required to stop its prevalence in adults. Hence, the aim of this study is to explore the South African General Household ...
A qualitative exploration on how Black African psychologists practise culturally competent care when helping Black African clients who hold traditional explanatory models of illness.
To date, existing literature on psychological theories and the practice of psychology are deeply entrenched in Western experiences. This is so, despite psychology and psychotherapy being implemented in academic institutions ...