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Exploring the views of adult learners about their learning in a postgraduate nursing program in a higher education institution in KZN.
Background Minister Pandor (2008) challenged universities to increase access to higher education institutions by setting the goal as a participation rate of 20 per cent by 2015, as stated in the National Plan for Higher ...
A phenomenological study of caring experiences of caregivers caring for mentally ill individuals at home in the Northdale area of Pietermaritzburg.
In the context of recent shifts in South African national health policies that integrate mental health care into primary health care, the family rather than the institution has become the primary site of ongoing care for ...
An analysis of the nurse managers' interpretation of the National Health Insurance Policy, its implications for implementation in healthcare facilities in the eThekwini district.
Background: The government of South Africa has focused on Primary Health Care and implementation of the National Health Insurance (NHI) as part of the plan to reform the South African health care system. This is based ...
Facilitation of behaviour change communication process for maternal, newborn, and child health at primary health care level of midwifey practice in Kaduna State, Nigeria.
Background: Nigeria’s unacceptably high maternal and child mortality rates are related, among other things, to the people’s lack of access to appropriate information to assist them in making decisions about their health, ...
Exploring the perceptions of old age (home) residents regarding the general care received (by the elderly) in the O.R. Tambo District Eastern Cape.
The study is exploring the inner world of old age home resident’s perceptions and how they felt on the general care they receive. The main themes were: Basic needs, psycho-social aspects, safety environment, safety medication ...
Critical care nurses' perceptions and attitudes on the use of the objective structured competence examination (OSCE) in critical care education in two hospitals in eThekwini, Durban, South Africa.
Intensive care units in South Africa have been faced with various challenges which in turn affect the working condition of critical care nurses, thus leading to poor productivity. Nurses in the work environment blame ...