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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 ...
Exploring resilience among South African female masters students : an ecological systems perspective.
Background: South Africa is a low-middle income country (LMIC) characterised by factors such as poverty, high teenage pregnancy, poor education and high levels of unemployment. However, recent South African Higher Education ...
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 ...
A study of ethical decision-making in HIV-related psychotherapy.
There are complex ethical and legal issues that arise when an HIV-positive client presents as a danger to others as a result of engaging in unprotected sex. The purpose of this study was to examine how and why psychologists ...
Barriers and facilitating factors to HIV testing: a survey of tertiary students.
Research estimates show that almost one in four of South Africa's university undergraduate student population is HIV positive. This study examined the factors that promote and inhibit the uptake of HIV testing among ...