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Concept mapping: Stakeholders perceptions of what should be included in interventions programmes aimed at reducing engagement in health risk behaviour amongst youth
(African Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (AFAHPER-SD), 2014)
Engagement in health risk behaviours (HRBs) amongst young people is increasing despite numerous programmes to address such behaviours. The active engagement of multiple stakeholder groups, including youth, in articulating ...
HIV/AIDS education in South Africa: knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of high school learners in Paarl and Wellington
(University of the Western Cape, 2007)
INTRODUCTION: In South Africa about 1500 people become HIV infected every day. More than half of these new infections occur in young people. HIV/AIDS programmes have been implemented to combat the disease, but yet ...
Life skills as predictors of engagement in health risk behaviours: a survey of secondary school learners
(LAM Publications Limited, 2011)
There is consensus that education on the prevention of health risk behaviour and an increased repertoire of life skills could facilitate a reduction in health risk behaviours. This article reports on the results of a survey ...
Mentoring and coaching in promoting publications in the Department of Physiotherapy at a local university in South Africa
A growing shift towards research and evidence based practice in academia is associated with requirements to disseminate research results in the form of publication in peer reviewed journals. Mentoring has been identified ...
Research capacity development in a South African higher education institution through a north-south collaboration
(Unisa Press, 2014)
One of the constraints that prevent higher education institutions (HEIs) in developing countries from engaging in effective and essential research is a lack of research capacity. This study reports on a north-south ...