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    • Critical reflection on the integration of HIV into the health science curriculum 

      Smit, K.; Greeff, M.; Kruger, I.M.; Kruger, A. (Stellenbosch Univ, 2016)
      Health professionals need to have a multi-layered, nuanced understanding of HIV to become aware of the complexity of HIV and how it interacts with all aspects of life, ultimately affecting health and wellbeing. In this ...
    • Food insecurity and associated factors among university students 

      Ukegbu, Patricia; Nwofia, Blessing; Ndudiri, Uchechi; Uwakwe, Nnenna; Uwaegbute, Ada (Sage, 2019)
      Background: Food insecurity is a growing public health issue and a barrier to students achieving adequate nutrition. Data regarding food insecurity among university students in Nigeria are scarce. Objective: The study ...
    • The subjective well-being of first-year tertiary students during an induction programme 

      Chigeza, Shingairai; De Kock, Johannes H.; Roos, Vera; Wissing, Marie P. (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
      This article describes the perceptions of first-year students’ subjective appraisal of ttheir wellbeing before, during and after participation in an induction programme at a higher education institution (HEI). Twenty-two ...