Vol 12, No 3 (2020)

Table of Contents


Contents PDF

From the editor

Thank you from the guest editors on behalf of the African Journal of Health Professions Education PDF
C N Nyoni, L Wolvaardt 93

Guest Editorial

Nursing and midwifery students will be left behind PDF
C N Nyoni 94

Short Communication

Group work in a nursing curriculum: A teaching strategy to enhance student engagement PDF
E Mukurunge, L Badlangana, C N Nyoni 95
Tutorials to support learning: Experiences of nursing students in a competency-based nursing programme PDF
E Mukurunge, M Shawa, T Nyoni, P Mutimbe, R Mahomaile, K Mokhele, B Masava 96
Developing nurse educators’ research capacity in a resource-constrained environment PDF
J E Maritz, K Jooste 97


Nursing students’ perceptions and experiences of concept mapping as a learning tool in a human physiology course PDF
V Nuuyoma, S K Fillipus 98-102
Demystifying sexual connotations: A model for facilitating the teaching of intimate care to nursing students in South Africa PDF
S Shakwane, S Mokoboto-Zwane 103-108
The contribution of nursing preceptors to the future nursing workforce PDF
L Hugo, Y Botma 109-113
Improving postgraduate nursing research output: A South African nursing science perspective PDF
P C Chukwuere, L A Sehularo, M E Manyedi, M M Ojong-Alasia 114-118
A broken triangle: Students’ perceptions regarding the learning of nursing administration in a low-resource setting PDF
B Masava, L N Badlangana, C N Nyoni 119-123
The influence of context on the teaching and learning of undergraduate nursing students: A scoping review PDF
R Meyer, S van Schalkwyk, E Archer 124-129
A review of geriatric care training in the undergraduate nursing and medical curricula at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa PDF
K Naidoo, F Waggie, J M van Wyk 130-133
Effect of a teaching programme on knowledge of postoperative pain management among nurses at Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria PDF
M O Olawale, O Olorunfemi, OM Oyewole, RA Sawalu 134-139
Factors contributing to poor performance of student nurses in anatomy and physiology PDF
X L Mhlongo, T E Masango 140-143
Predicting effect of emotional-social intelligence on academic achievement of nursing students PDF
A Alenezi, M S Moustafa Saleh, R A Gawad Elkalashy 144-148
Liberalisation of education in Cameroon: The liberating-paralysing impact on nursing education PDF
M N Maboh 149-153
Competencies for structured professional development of neonatal nurses in South Africa PDF
M Scheepers, C Maree, E S Janse van Rensburg 154-160