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How equitable is the scaling up of HIV service provision in South Africa?
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2005)
OBJECTIVES. To assess the extent of inequalities in availability and utilisation of HIV services across South Africa. DESIGN. Cross-sectional descriptive study. Setting. Three districts reflecting different socio-econ ...
Perceptions of female medical students on gender equality gains at a local university
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2011)
Gender bias has been entrenched in healthcare education, research and clinical practice.1 In a review paper addressing gender bias in medicine, Wong stresses why this should receive attention when medical curricula are ...
Scaling up integration: Development and results of a participatory assessment of HIV/TB services, South Africa
(BioMed Central Ltd, 2010)
BACKGROUND: In South Africa the need to integrate HIV, TB and STI programmes has been recognised at a policy and organisation level; the challenge is now one of translating policies into relevant actions and monitoring ...
Realist evaluation of the antiretroviral treatment adherence club programme in selected primary healthcare facilities in the metropolitan area of Western Cape Province, South Africa: a study protocol
INTRODUCTION: Suboptimal retention in care and poor treatment adherence are key challenges to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in sub-Saharan Africa. Communitybased approaches to HIV service delivery are recommended to ...
The role of blended learning in clinical education: A systematic review
(Association for Medical Education in Europe, 2012)
BACKGROUND: Developing practice knowledge in healthcare is a complex process that is difficult to teach. Clinical education exposes students to authentic learning situations, but students also need epistemological access ...