Vol 6, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF


Contents PDF


Does simulation-based training have a future in Africa? PDF HTML
Vanessa Celeste Burch 117


Building on Tinto’s model of engagement and persistence: Experiences from the Umthombo Youth Development Foundation Scholarship Scheme PDF HTML
Andrew Ross 119
Integrating research into teaching and learning: Needs assessment for staff development PDF
Jo-Celene De Jongh, Jose M Frantz, Anthea J Rhoda 124
Factors that influence MSc (Med) Pharmacy completion rates at the Medunsa Campus of the University of Limpopo, South Africa PDF
Beverley Summers, Dolane Isaac Mpanda 129
Access, pass, throughput and dropout rates: Review of a problem-based learning BPharm curriculum at a previously disadvantaged university in South Africa PDF
L A Mabope, J C Meyer 133
Recommendations for the establishment of a clinical simulation unit to train South African medical students PDF
Mathys J Labuschagne, Marietjie M Nel, Pieter P C Nel, Gert J van Zyl 138
Assessment of the education environment of senior medical students at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa PDF
Scarpa Schoeman, Raphuting Raphuting, Sebakeng Phate, Lefokase Khasoane, Cecilia Ntsere 143
Making use of an existing questionnaire to measure patient-centred attitudes in undergraduate medical students: A case study PDF
E Archer, J Bezuidenhout, M Kidd, B B van Heerden 150
Medical students' clerkship experiences and self-perceived competence in clinical skills PDF
Patricia Katowa-Mukwato, Ben Andrews, Margaret Maimbolwa, Shabir Lakhi, Charles Michelo, Yakub Mulla, S S Banda 155
An educational programme for error awareness in acute trauma for junior doctors PDF
Colleen Michelle Aldous, Ruth Searle, Damian Luiz Clarke 161
A qualitative survey of top-achieving undergraduate medical students’ perspectives of medical education: An Iranian exploration PDF
Paria Khashayar, Patricia Khashayar 165
Building a research agenda in health professions education at a Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: Current research profile and future considerations PDF
Juanita Bezuidenhout, Susan van Schalkwyk, Ben van Heerden, Marietjie de Villiers 169

Book reviews

Principles of Medicine in Africa PDF
Bridget Farham 174

Curriculum renewal in the health sciences

Contents PDF
Paula Van der Bijl 177
Mapping of a curriculum renewal journey: Lessons learned PDF
Susan Hanekom 178
Deriving criteria by which to determine core curriculum content: A high engagement process PDF
Susan D Hanekom, Marianne Unger, Francois Cilliers 180
Does a problem-based learning approach benefit students as they enter their clinical training years? Lecturers’ and students’ perceptions PDF
Sue B Statham, Gakeemah Inglis-Jassiem, Susan D Hanekom 185
What does an enquiry-based approach offer undergraduate physiotherapy students in their final year of study? PDF
Gakeemah Inglis-Jassiem, Sue B Statham, Susan D Hanekom 192
Integrating evidence-based principles into the undergraduate physiotherapy research methodology curriculum: Reflections on a new approach PDF
Marlette Burger, Quinette Abegail Louw 198
Teaching my peers: Perceptions of tutors in physiotherapy practical skills training PDF
Marianne Unger, Lianne Keiller, Gakeemah Inglis-Jassiem, Susan D Hanekom 203
Evaluation of clinical sites used for training undergraduate physiotherapy students: Factors that may impact on learning PDF
L G Williams, D V Ernstzen, S B Statham, S D Hanekom 207
Learning experiences of physiotherapy students during primary healthcare clinical placements PDF
Dawn Verna Ernstzen, Susan B Statham, S D Hanekom 211
Physiotherapy students’ perceptions about the learning opportunities included in an introductory clinical module PDF
Dawn Verna Ernstzen, B Statham, S D Hanekom 217
Benefits of curriculum renewal: The Stellenbosch University physiotherapy experience PDF
Marianne Unger, Susan D Hanekom 222


CPD questions PDF