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Student nurses’ experiences of the common teaching platform for undergraduate nursing in the Western Cape Province, South Africa
The higher education system in South Africa transformed over the last two decades in response to societal changes and the new democratic order since 1994. Nursing education programmes in South Africa’s higher education ...
District facility managers’ perspectives of mental health information processing and utilisation at primary care level in the Western Cape
District health facility managers play a significant role in provision of primary health care (PHC) services, particularly in integration of mental health services into the PHC level and developing a district health ...
Exploring nurse preceptors’ perceptions of benefits and support of and commitment to the preceptor role in the Western Cape Province
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2014)
BACKGROUND: A preceptor is a specialised tutor who provides practical training to students in the practice setting. They are frequently used to orientate nursing students to prepare them for their duties as professional ...
Intimate partner violence amongst undergraduate nursing students
(Unisa press, 2014)
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is reported to be rife among the student population at tertiary institutions and the general population. Yet the abuse is under diagnosed by nurses in health care settings. Research ...
Socio-technical approach to community health: designing and developing a mobile care data application for home-based healthcare, in South Africa
The aim of this report is to describe the design and development considerations related to a mobile home-based healthcare application for care givers in a community in the Western Cape, South Africa. In order to do this ...
Students’ voices on spiritual care at a Higher Education Institution in the Western Cape
BACKGROUND: Nurses have a moral obligation to ensure holistic care of patients, inclusive of the spiritual dimension. However, there seems to be a void in the teaching and learning of spiritual care in nursing curricula. ...