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An examination of timelines in the expedited ethics review process at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, biomedical research ethics committee.
Purpose This study examined the timelines of the expedited ethics review process at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Biomedical Research Ethics Committee. The purpose of the study was to evaluate timeframes of BREC review ...
A replication study of racial differences in perceptions of voluntariness of medical research participants.
Oppression of Black people in South Africa created inequalities that rendered Black South Africans vulnerable. Many participants from disadvantaged backgrounds in South Africa are likely to participate in medical studies ...
An investigation of the relationship between body image and westernisation: a comparison of black rural and urban women.
The ideal of thinness as portrayed for western women has shown a relationship between body image concerns and socio-cultural values as found throughout literature. These concerns also extend to Black African women, although ...
Research with children: compliance with section 71, South African National Health Act 61 of 2003.
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Balancing the role of student and motherhood : the experience of students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
The conceptualisation of a mother’s role is often accompanied by various ideas about how and what should be done. Therefore, paying attention to the subjective experiences of this role in various contexts is of great ...
Norming and scaling sensitive behaviour in a student population at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
This research aimed to norm and scale sensitivity amongst the student population at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Pietermaritzburg campus). The focus of this research was to validate the sensitivity of a range of ...
The construction of femininity and masculinity in the views of business women in Pietermaritzburg.
Background: Literature on business ownership has focused mainly on the differences between male and female business owners. Other research has concentrated on how female business owners adapt in a field that is perceived ...
Self-efficacy and locus of control as predictions of job search behaviour among unemployed individuals actively searching for employment in South Africa.
The observed increase unemployment especially after the 2008 global recession saw an increased interest in, particularly, the antecedents of job search behaviour. Job search literature indicates that psychological factors ...