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Exploring student nurses’ perceptions of ethical issues in clinical practice at a selected college in the Free State.
Background: Ethics, according to the South African Nursing Council Code of Ethics, plays a vital role in the nursing profession by setting the standards for professional conduct and ethical values. As such, nursing tasks ...
Exploring undergraduate nursing students’ perceptions on being change agents in a community-based transformative learning programme at a nursing education institution in KwaZulu-Natal.
Background The World Health Organization advocates for the strengthening of the healthcare system to improve the quality and efficiency of health service delivery. Transformative learning is associated with producing ...
Exploring factors influencing nursing staff turnover at a selected public hospital in KwaZulu-Natal.
Background: Turnover of nursing staff is a major challenge within healthcare settings and for healthcare in general, urging the need to improve retention in hospitals. Nurses are the largest group of health professionals ...
Exploring the use of e-Learning platforms by Postgraduate Nursing students in a selected Higher Education institution.
Background: E learning is one of the latest trends in nursing education to enhance learning and flexibility in the teaching and learning process. Literature however shows that while undergraduate students adjust easily to ...
The relationship between child rearing practices and adolescents’ attitudes toward sexual debut, Durban, South Africa.
About 30% of South African teenagers between the ages of 13-19 years have reported unplanned pregnancy in their lives. One of the determinants of the teenage pregnancy and HIV is early sexual debut. Adolescents who engage ...
The social and cultural determinants of the fertility rate among Congolese refugee women living in the inner city of Durban, South Africa.
Population growth is one of the pressing demographic development problems affecting the world. Despite the growing number of people using up-to-date contraceptive methods, countries in the developing world, including the ...