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Research productivity of academics in a physiotherapy department: a case study
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2010)
Objective: Research productivity is an important activity among academics. This study was done to document the research productivity of the academics of a physiotherapy department in South Africa. Method: An archival ...
Coaching for publication in higher education: views of the coach
(Nova Southeastern University, 2011)
Purpose: Mentoring is a professional development approach that can be effectively used in improving publication outputs among academics. The challenge to develop academics in the area of publication is essential. This study ...
Youth health research as an area of expertise at the University of the Western Cape
(Faculty of Community and Health Sciences, University of the Western Cape, 2008)
Introduction: There is mounting evidence of the health risk behaviours that adolescents are involved in on a daily basis. Local and national governments have advocated for intervention programmes to prevent an increase in ...
Physical activity and sport as a tool to include disabled children in Kenyan schools
This article presents a brief history of the disability movement in East Africa and is the first study of its kind in Kenya. The study aimed to determine the physical activity levels of disabled and non-disabled children ...
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 ...