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Development of model to facilitate male involvement in the reproductive health context by the registered nurses
(Science Publishing Corporation, 2015)
The purpose of this article is to describe the process followed in the development of the model of facilitating male partner involvement in reproductive health (RH) context by the nurses. Namibia is one of the African ...
A conceptual framework for cost management training in the Limpopo Province of South Africa
(Journal of Nursing Management, 2013)
This paper describes the perceptions of nurse managers about their dual role in nursing units as cost centres.
Factors that guide nurse managers regarding the staffing of agency nurses in intensive care units at private hospitals in Pretoria.
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2013)
Staffing needs affect the nursing department’s budget, staff productivity, the quality of care provided to patients and even the retention of nurses. It is unclear how the role players (the nursing agency manager, the nurse ...
End-user centeredness in antiretroviral therapy services in Nigerian public health facilities
(Medpharm publications, 2014)
OBJECTIVE: To describe the perception of end users with regard to end-user centeredness in antiretroviral therapy (ART) service provision in Nigerian public health facilities. DESIGN: A qualitative design was followed. ...
Prior expectations of leadership programme attendees and their subsequent reflections on completion thereof
(Unisa press, 2014)
This article describes the reflections of nursing academics on their personal expectations prior to commencement of a leadership programme and their subsequent reflections on completion of this introduction to the ...
Current nursing practice: challenges and successes
The changing healthcare environment is placing greater demands on all healthcare service sectors, including nursing practice. Nurses are professionally engaged in caring for human beings and to pursue nursing as their ...
Self-Leadership of Male Learner Nurses During a Four-Year Program at a College in the Western Cape, South Africa
Self-leadership is an enabling process during which a male student nurse learns to know himself better. This enriched self-awareness enables him to steer his work life. Male learners in the nursing profession could face ...
The experience of youth victims of physical violence attending a community health centre : a phenomennological study
(UNISA Press, 2015)
The Western Cape Province of South Africa has the worst multifactorial crime problem in the country. It has the fastest growing crime rate in many crime categories, such as rape and gun-related incidents. The experiences ...
The motivational needs of primary health care nurses to acquire power as leaders in a mine clinic setting
(AOSIS OpenJournals Publishing AOSIS (Pty) Ltd, 2017)
Motivation is a process that influences and directs behaviour in order to satisfy a need. It links with goal 3 of the sustainable development goals that focus on ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being at all ages. ...
Contract workers at HEIs within a framework of motivational leadership
(Unisa Press, 2013)
Most literature sources are based on negative assumptions about contract workers and career success. Despite the growing number of contract workers employed at higher education institutions (HEIs), and the changes it ...