African Journal of Health Professions Education

AJHPE is an online, quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that covers matters related to education for health professionals.



Special issue on Nursing and Midwifery education in Africa

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Vol 12, No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents


Going viral in a digital world PDF
Vanessa Burch
Nursing education in Africa: Year of the nurse and midwife PDF
Champion N. Nyoni 3
Going viral in a digital world PDF
V Burch 2


Conflict of interest PDF
Liesel Gevers, Andrew William Makkink, Anthea Rhoda 6-8
Occupational therapists' views on the core competencies graduates need to work in the field of neurology. PDF
Lee-Ann Juliana Jacobs-Nzuzi Khuabi, Juanita Bester, Jacqueline van Wyk 26-30
Exploring barriers nurses experience regarding enrolment for postgraduate nursing qualification at higher education institution PDF
Masenyani Oupa Mbombi, Tebogo Maria Mothiba, Ntombifikile Sithole Mtshali 41-45
The Role of Assessment in Community-Based Education for Undergraduate Health Sciences Students PDF
Ilana Moodley, Shenuka Singh, Claudia Naidu 27-35
Social Determinants of Health in Emergency Care: An Analysis of Student Reflections on Service-Learning Projects PDF
Lloyd Christopher, Stephen Harrison, Jacqueline Scheepers, Navindra Naidoo, Anthea Rhoda 22-26
Exploring Student Persistence to Completion in a Master of Public Health Programme in South Africa PDF
Thembelihle Dlungwane, Anna Voce, Elizabeth Wolvaardt 17-21
Occupational therapy the process in acute psychiatry PDF
Zarina Syed, Claudia Naidu 9-11
Perceptions of changes made to a clinical skills curriculum in a medical programme in South Africa: a mixed method study PDF
Stuart Redvers Pattinson, Patricia McInerney, Elizabeth Wolvaardt 12-17
Calling all authors: Writing skills for family medicine residents in Kenya PDF
Stephanie Onguka, Dana M. Basnight-Brown, Vicki A. Pallo, Geoffrey M. Wechuli, Mary B. Adam, Claudia Naidu 4
Using Internationalisation at Home to provide international learning to all physiotherapy students PDF
Tone Dahl-Michelsen, Karen Synne Groven, Michael Rowe, Claudia Naidu 5
Contents PDF
Paula van der Bijl 1
Claudia Naidu 46