Vol 9, No 4 (2017)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF


Contents PDF


Scholarship for Africa: Are we taking it seriously enough? PDF
S van Schalkwyk 161


The medical elective: A unique educational opportunity PDF
R I Caldwell, A C Inglis, M Morgan, K Rasmussen, C Aldous 162-163

Short Research Report

Selfies 2015: Peer teaching in medical sciences through video clips – a case study PDF
J D Pillay 164-167
The use of low-cost simulation in a resource-constrained teaching environment PDF
M Mwandri, M Walsh, J Frantz, R Delport 168-170


Implementing the Angoff method of standard setting using postgraduate students: Practical and affordable in resource-limited settings PDF
A G Mubuuke, C Mwesigwa, S Kiguli 171-175
Medical students’ perspectives on the anatomy course at the University of Zimbabwe PDF
R Siwela, G Mawera 176-179
Clinical undergraduate medical student training at Kimberley Hospital, Northern Cape, South Africa: ‘A test of fire’ PDF
S Joubert, V J Louw 180-184
Designing interprofessional modules for undergraduate healthcare learners PDF
C Maree, P Bresser, M Yazbek, L Engelbrecht, K Mostert, C Viviers, M Kekana 185-188
Learning outcomes of occupational therapy and physiotherapy students during their community-based education attachment PDF
T Ndlovu, T M Chikwanha, N Munambah 189-193
Experiences of South African student midwives in following up on the care of a pregnant woman from pregnancy until 6 weeks after delivery PDF
L M Modiba 194-198
Self-leadership traits of academics to conform to a changing higher-education environment PDF
K Jooste, J Frantz 199-202
Clinical electives at the University of Michigan from the perspective of Ghanaian medical students: A qualitative study PDF
S Danso-Bamfo, N A Abedini, H Mäkiharju, K A Danso, T R B Johnson, J Kolars, C A Moyer 203-207
Factors that enable and constrain the internationalisation and Africanisation of Master of Public Health programmes in South African higher-education institutions PDF
J Witthuhn, C S le Roux 208-211


CPD questionnaire PDF