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A faculty development strategy among academics to promote the scholarship of research
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2012)
Background: Identifying strategies to promote the scholarship of research among health professionals is essential. The published evidence on which to ground this advice is weak. Aim: This paper presents an argument for ...
HIV/AIDS knowledge, behaviour and beliefs among South African university students
Globally, South Africa has the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS. In the absence of cure, prevention is the only available method to reduce HIV prevalence rates. This can only be obtained through behavioural change, which is ...
Physiotherapy management strategies for women post-caesarean section delivery in public hospitals in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
(SA Society of Physiotherapy, 2013)
South Africa has seen a steady increase in the rate of caesarean section deliveries, and while physiotherapists are often requested to treat these patients, there are no guidelines on their physiotherapeutic management. ...
Self-assessment of final-year undergraduate physiotherapy students’ literature-searching behaviour, self-perceived knowledge of their own critical appraisal skills and evidence-based practice beliefs
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2016)
BACKGROUND. Health professionals and new graduates alike are expected to be efficient in applying evidence-based practice. Research and evidencebased practice skills are taught in the research modules at university, but ...