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A survey of medical doctor's views on cadaveric organ donation and transplantation.
The views of medical doctors regarding organ donation and transplantation in the Durban Metropolitan Region were examined in an exploratory and explanatory study, which included a descriptive, convenience sampled study of ...
The acceptance of males in midwifery practice in the Seychelles.
The aim of the study was to discover, describe and analyze factors related to the perceived acceptance of male nurses in the practice of midwifery in the Seychelles as perceived by nurses, pregnant women and their partners. ...
An analysis of health inspection as a component of school health service, in Kwazulu-Natal.
Introduction In 1996 there were 1,847,440 pupils in 4007 primary schools in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) who were targeted for school Health Inspection (HI). In the same year there were only 95 school health teams who were ...
An evaluation of the use of transcutaneous oxygen pressure measurement in the non-invasive vascular laboratory : with special reference to selection of amputation level.
Transcutaneous oxygen pressure measurement (TCp02) using a miniaturised Clarke electrode and a heating thermistor was developed independently by Huch et al and Eberhardt et al in 1972. After its initial use to non ...
The effect of ultradistance running on premenopausal women of different ethnic groups.
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Life threatening haemoptysis : a clinical and radiological study.
The investigation and management of patients with life threatening haemoptysis is a common clinical problem in South African Hospitals. Establishing the aetiology and origin of the haemorrhage and treating these patients ...
A grounded theory analysis of the meaning of community-based education in basic nursing education in South Africa.
An extensive review of literature revealed that although CBE was a familiar concept and a national policy for health professionals' education in South Africa, there was, however, limited understanding of this phenomenon. ...
The case for critical thought : an investigation into contemporary determinist knowledge, its social effects, and the alternative offered by a 'mode 2' approach to teaching, learning and research.
This thesis is centrally concerned with the current nee-liberal world order and its effects upon society. It is concerned to expose the contradictions and weaknesses within the knowledge systems that underpin our political ...
Nursing students' perceptions of the learning environment in case-based and traditional learning classrooms.
This study describes the perceptions of 110 diploma nursing students regarding the learning environment in case based and traditional classrooms. The study was conducted in Sharjah and Abu Dhabi Institutes ofNursing in ...
Critical thinking skills development among the diploma nursing students in a case-based curriculum.
Faculty members in many schools of nursing have been urged to include critical thinking in all aspects of the nursing curriculum. The faculty at the Institutes of Nursing in the United Arab Emirates, have adopted in the ...