Vol 11, No 4 (2019)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF

Short Communication

Co-creating an interprofessional education curriculum using local and indigenous knowledge PDF
L Kock-Africa, S Titus 110

Short Research Report

A cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) analysis of prehospital emergency medical care clinical mentorship to enable learning PDF
N Liebenberg, L Christopher, J Garraway 111-113


A self-determination theory perspective on student success in attaining an emergency care degree PDF
S Sobuwa, B Lord 114-117
Views of emergency medical care students on the value of simulation for achievement of clinical competence PDF
C Vincent-Lambert, C N Douglas 118-122
South African health practitioners’ patterns of CPD practices – implications for maintenance of licensure PDF
S A Singh, T D Fish 123-128
Diagnostic accuracy of chest radiograph interpretation by graduate radiographers in Uganda PDF
A G Mubuuke, F Businge, E Kiguli-Malwadde 129-132
Teaching communication as a core competency in health professions education: An exploratory case study in a college of health sciences, South Africa PDF
M Matthews, T Naidu 133-138
The imperative of teaching professionalism to biomedical technologists PDF
V Rambiritch, A Smith-Tolken 139-144
Factors influencing Bachelor of Nursing Science students’ attitude towards clinical exposure PDF
M I Ofili, B P Ncama, O D Moses-Ewhre 145-148
The role of Moodle-based surgical skills illustrations using 3D animation in undergraduate training PDF
M J Motsumi, A G Bedada, G Ayane 149-152


CPD questionnaire PDF