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The utility of the RRPQ in assessing the costs and benefits of participating in trauma research within the South African context. (2011)Across all disciplines, research needs to follow certain ethical guidelines in order to protect participants from harm. These principles include autonomy, beneficence and non-maleficence. Previously within trauma research, ...
A multi-criteria approach to decision making concerning environmental planning issues within decentralised government institutions. (2000)Abstract available in PDF.
A model of communities' perception of municipal service delivery in South Africa with particular reference to Pietermaritzburg. (2000)Abstract available in PDF.
Exploring the factors contributing to the organisational commitment of early career teachers in under-resourced secondary schools. (2020)Large numbers of early career teachers begin their careers at under-resourced schools. These schools endure all the challenges that beset all schools and are expected to overcome these whilst attempting to develop without ...
Prevalence and distribution of visual impairment, refractive error and their impact on quality of life among school-going children aged 6-18 years in Sekhukhune District (Limpopo), South Africa. (2020)Background: Refractive error (RE) and visual impairment (VI) remain major problems affecting school going children worldwide and impacting their quality of life. Aim: To determine the prevalence and distribution of RE and ...