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Mental health care provided by nurses in the primary health care clinics in Swaziland.
The study was designed to examine and describe mental health care provided by the nurses in the primary health care settings of Swaziland. The study sought to answer one main questions namely: • what was the nature of ...
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 exploration of the presence and enactment of caring in the human resource management of nurses in KwaZulu-Natal hospitals.
The aim of the study was to explore the practice of caring in human resource management of nurses. Both the qualitative and quantitative research approaches were used to ensure that the richness and the complexities of ...
The application of geographical information systems to infectious diseases and health systems in Africa.
The health sector has not yet begun to explore the full potential of geographical information system (GIS) technology for health research and planning. The goal of this thesis is to demonstrate this potential in Africa ...
Exploring the extent of cultural sensitivity among the nursing students doing the four year diploma at Addington hospital in KwaZulu-Natal province.
This study was undertaken to explore the extent of cultural sensitivity among the nursing students of Kwa Zulu - Natal Province. A qualitative. ethnographic, explorative design was utilized. A quantitative approach was ...
Gender conflict amongst adolescents at the Rossburgh High School, Durban.
In 1998 the Faculty of Community and Development Disciplines (CADD) embarked on a project to prevent and reduce crime involving school children. A needs assessment was conducted in the three schools where the project was ...