Vol 7, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF


Contents PDF


Has the health professions education research agenda changed in the new millennium? PDF
Vanessa Celeste Burch 146


Optimising cognitive load and usability to improve the impact of e-learning in medical education PDF
M R Davids, M L Halperin, U M E Chikte 147-152

Short reports

Rising to the challenge: Training the next generation of clinician scientists for South Africa PDF
B Kramer, Y Veriava, J M Pettifor 153-154


Effect of simulated emergency skills training and assessments on the competence and confidence of medical students PDF
I Treadwell 155-157
Student compliance with indications for intravenous cannulation during clinical learning PDF
C Vincent-Lambert, B van Nugteren 158-160
Implementing and managing community-based education and service learning in undergraduate health sciences programmes: Students’ perspectives PDF
S B Kruger, M M Nel, G J van Zyl 161-164
Preclinical medical students’ performance in and reflections on integrating procedural and communication skills in a simulated patient consultation PDF
I Treadwell 165-169
A faculty-led solution to transport-related stress among South African medical students PDF
S Schoeman, G van Zyl, R A Smego (deceased) 170-175
Nursing students’ perception of simulation as a clinical teaching method in the Cape Town Metropole, South Africa PDF
N Nel, E Stellenberg 176-179
Changing students’ moral reasoning ability – is it at all possible? PDF
N Nortjé, K G F Esterhuyse 180-182
Experiences of medical and pharmacy students’ learning in a shared environment: A qualitative study PDF
D Johnston, P A McInerney, O Fadahun, L P Green-Thompson, S Moch, P Goven Shiba, A Magida 183-186
Ethical dilemmas experienced by occupational therapy students – the reality PDF
N Nortjé, J de Jongh 187-189
Promotion of a primary healthcare philosophy in a community-based nursing education programme from the students’ perspective PDF
I Ndateba, F Mtshali, S Z Mthembu 190-193
Dental students’ perceptions of practice management and their career aspirations PDF
S E van der Berg-Cloete, L Snyman, T C Postma, J G White 194-198
Second-year dental students’ perceptions about a joint basic science curriculum PDF
T C Postma, L Bronkhorst 199-201
Self-regulation – the key to progress in clinical reasoning? PDF
T C Postma 202-207
The meaning of being a pharmacist: Considering the professional identity development of first-year pharmacy students PDF
M van Huyssteen, A Bheekie 208-211
Field trips as an intervention to enhance pharmacy students’ positive perception of a management module in their final year: A pilot study PDF
M J Eksteen, G Reitsma 212-215
An exploration of the experiences and practices of nurse academics regarding postgraduate research supervision at a South African university PDF
J R Naidoo, S Mthembu 216-219
Examining the effects of a mindfulness-based professional training module on mindfulness, perceived stress, self-compassion and self-determination PDF
S Whitesman, R Mash 220-223


It is time to balance communitarianism and individualism in South African medical education PDF
L M Campbell, A J Ross, R G MacGregor 224-225


CPD Questionnaire PDF