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    • Coping with HIV-related stigma in five African countries 

      Greeff, Minrie; Phetlhu, Deliwe; Makoae, Lucia N; Uys, Leana R; Naidoo, Joanne R; Kohi, Thecla W; Dlamini, Priscilla S; Chirwa, Maureen L; Holzemer, William L (Elsevier Science Limited, 2008)
    • Experiences of student nurses regarding the bursary system in KwaZulu Natal 

      Jacobs, Eve Precious (2014)
      This is a qualitative study, the aim of which is to explore the experiences of student nurses regarding the bursary system in KwaZulu Natal. During 2010 nursing education was confronted with restructuring of student nurses ...
    • A historical perspective : private nursing institutions in South Africa (1946–2006) 

      Kotze, Frederika Jacoba (North-West University, 2012)
      During the twentieth century, Nursing Education in South Africa was traditionally provided by the public sector and religious orders. Sr Henriëtta Stockdale played a major role in the development of nursing education ...
    • Infant wellbeing : a concept analysis 

      Matthews, Eileen Martha (2014)
      Infant care is an essential part of the healthcare industry and an aspect of healthcare where the multi-disciplinary teams work closely together. Within this collaboration of teams, the term "infant wellbeing" is frequently ...
    • Occupational stress of professional nurses in South Africa 

      Jacoba Johanna van der Colff; Sebastiaan Rothmann (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      The objective of this study was to identify occupational stressors for professional nurses in South Africa. A cross-sectional survey design was used. A stratified random sample of professional nurses (n=818; females = 97%) ...
    • Professional nurses' perceptions of the skills required to render comprehensive primary health care services 

      Hlahane, Modiane Salamina (2003)
      In South Africa professional nurses undergo training which gives them different levels of skills. It is difficult for professional nurses to render comprehensive primary health care services without specific knowledge ...
    • Quality of doctoral education in nursing in South Africa 

      Coetzee, Siedine Knobloch (North-West University, 2010)
      The number of doctoral programmes in nursing has rapidly multiplied in many countries of the world, with each doctoral programme varying not only between countries, but also between higher education institutions within ...
    • Work-related well-being of registered nurses in South Africa 

      Van der Colff, Jacoba Johanna (North-West University, 2005)
      The nursing profession in South Africa currently faces a climate of uncertainty and change as governments struggle to contain healthcare while improving access, equity and health outcomes. These factors are placing an ...