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School tuck shops in South Africa—an ethical appraisal
(MedPharm Publications, 2017)
It can be postulated that schools have an ethical responsibility to protect children from an unhealthy food environment. Against the backdrop of stunting, overweight and micronutrient deficiencies prevalent in South African ...
Seven year overview (2007-2013) of ethical transgressions by registered healthcare professionals in South Africa
A move has taken place internationally in the delivery and "consumption" of health care where if clients and patients (health care consumers) hold the opinion that the health care professionals/providers' behaviour has ...
Ethical misconduct by registered physiotherapists in South Africa (2007– 2013): A mixed methods approach
Background: The role of ethics in a medical context is to protect the interests of patients. Thus, it is critically important to understand the guilty verdicts related to professional standard breaches and ethics misconduct ...
Operational framework for rural hospitals during a pandemic
(Taylor and Francis, 2021)
It is now evident that a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has developed. The unfortunate reality is that those in rural areas may be impacted the hardest. Ethical decision making may look the same for rural areas as ...