Vol 8, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF


Contents PDF
  126 - 127


The future of education in complex systems PDF
M Rowe 128

Short Communication

Cuban medical collaborations: Contextual and clinical challenges PDF
M Motala, J M van Wyk 129

Short Research Report

Remembering old partnerships: Networking as new medical schools within BoLeSwa countries PDF
L Badlangana, K Matlhagela, N Tlale 130 -131
Tracking Master of Public Health graduates: Linking higher education and the labour market PDF
T Dlungwane, S Knight 132 - 134


Research supervision: Perceptions of postgraduate nursing students at a higher education institution in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa PDF
C Muraraneza, F Mtshali, S Z Mthembu 135 - 139
The electrocardiogram made (really) easy: Using small-group tutorials to teach electrocardiogram interpretation to final-year medical students PDF
M P Jama, J A Coetser 140 -143
Effect of bedside teaching activities on patients’ experiences at an Ethiopian hospital PDF
F A Gebrekirkos, J M van Wyk 144 - 147
Student feedback on an adapted appraisal model in resource-limited settings PDF
L Arnold 148 - 151
The NOMA track module on nutrition, human rights and governance: Part 1. Perceptions held by Master's students PDF
M L Marais, M H McLachlan, W B Eide 152 - 159
The NOMA track module on nutrition, human rights and governance: Part 2. A transnational curriculum using a human rights-based approach to foster key competencies in nutrition professionals PDF
M L Marais, M H McLachlan, W B Eide 160 - 165
Professional nurses’ perception of their clinical teaching role at a rural hospital in Lesotho PDF
C N Nyoni, A J Barnard 166 - 168
Allied health professional rural education: Stellenbosch University learners’ experiences PDF
M Pillay, J Bester, R Blaauw, A Harper, A Msindwana, J Muller, L Philips 169 - 173
Self-assessment of final-year undergraduate physiotherapy students’ literature-searching behaviour, self-perceived knowledge of their own critical appraisal skills and evidence-based practice beliefs PDF
D A Hess, J Frantz 174 - 177
The usefulness of a tool to assess reflection in a service-learning experience PDF
A-M Wium, S du Plessis 178 - 183
Multidisciplinary leadership training for undergraduate health science students may improve Ugandan healthcare PDF
J N Najjuma, G Ruzaaza, S Groves, S Maling, G Mugyenyi 184 - 188
Exploring occupational therapy graduates’ conceptualisations of occupational justice in practice: Curriculum implications PDF
L A Hess-April, J Smith, J de Jongh 189 - 192
Burnout among paramedic students at a university in Johannesburg, South Africa PDF
C Stein, T Sibanda 193 - 195
Registrars teaching undergraduate medical students: A pilot study at the University of Pretoria, South Africa PDF
L du Toit-Prinsloo, N K Morris, M Lee, G Pickworth 196 - 199
An inferential comparison between the capabilities and achievements of 1st-year medical and nursing students at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa PDF
A M Gerber, R Botes, A Vorster 200 - 202
Developing social accountability in 1st-year medical students: A case study from the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, Durban, South Africa PDF
J M van Wyk, S E Knight, T Dlungwane, S Glajchen 203 - 207
Beyond the lecture: Teaching for professional development PDF
M Rowe 208 - 210


CPD questionnaire PDF

Supplement: Interprofessional Education, Practice and Research

Contents PDF
S Nye 212
Introducing interprofessional education, practice and research in a higher education setting PDF
A Rhoda 213
Using operative models (ICF and CBR) within an interprofessional context to address community needs PDF
A J Rhoda, F Waggie, G Filies, J Frantz 214-216
Collaborative competency in physiotherapy students: Implications for interprofessional education PDF
J Manilall, M Rowe 217-221
Academics’ knowledge and experiences of interprofessional education and practice PDF
H Julie, L Hess-April, W Cassiem, J Wilkenson, A J Rhoda 222-224
Facilitating community-based interprofessional education and collaborative practice in a health sciences faculty: Student perceptions and experiences PDF
A Rhoda, N Laattoe, G Smithdorf, N Roman, J M Frantz 225-228
Students’ views of learning about an interprofessional world café method PDF
G C Filies, Z Yassin, J M Frantz 229-233
Reflection on an interprofessional community-based participatory research project PDF
J Frantz, G Filies, K Jooste, M Keim, N Mlenzana, N Laattoe, N Roman, C Schenck, F Waggie, A Rhoda 234-237