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  • Factors influencing utilisation of postnatal services in Kampala, Uganda 

    Nankwanga, Annet; Phillips, Julie (University of the Western Cape, 2008)
    BACKGROUND: Maternal, child-health and health education are three major concerns of public health organizations and researchers throughout the world. Over half a million women encounter complications due to childbirth ...
  • Information and communication technology in health: A review of the literature 

    Rowe, Michael (Faculty of Community and Health Sciences, University of the Western Cape, 2008)
    Information and communication technology has been shown to be increasingly important in the education and professional practice of healthcare workers. The World Health Organisation (WHO) discusses the benefits of using ICT ...
  • Information and communication technology in health: a review of the literature 

    Rowe, Michael (University of the Western Cape, 2008)
    Information and communication technology has been shown to be increasingly important in the education and professional practice of healthcare workers. The World Health Organisation (WHO) discusses the benefits of using ICT ...
  • Perceptions of female medical students on gender equality gains at a local university 

    Meyer-van den Heever, Ellenore; Frantz, Jose M. (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 ...
  • The role of blended learning in clinical education: A systematic review 

    Rowe, Michael; Frantz, Jose M.; Bozalek, Vivienne (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 ...