Vol 13, No 2 (2021)

Table of Contents


Contents PDF

Short Communication

Teaching in the time of COVID-19: Shared perspectives from South Africa and the USA PDF
V Bangalee, O Garza, F Oosthuizen, V Perumal-Pillay, Hanna Rotundo 94-95

Short Research Report

Exploring experiences of using a case study as a teaching strategy to learn about spirituality in occupational therapy education PDF
T G Mthembu, A Rhoda 96-98


Curriculum mapping: A tool to align competencies in a dental curriculum PDF
R Maart, R Adam, J Frantz 99-104
Promoting deeper learning in pharmacy education using team-based learning PDF
M J Eksteen, G M Reitsma, E Fourie 105-109
The workplace as a learning environment: Perceptions and experiences of undergraduate medical students at a contemporary medical training university in Uganda PDF
M N Kagawa, S Kiguli, W J Steinberg, M P Jama 110-117
Do we assess what we set out to teach in obstetrics: An action research study PDF
S Adam, I Lubbe, M van Rooyen 118-122
Late-night simulation: Opinions of fourth- and fifth-year medical students at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa PDF
C Theron, T-L van Zyl, A Joubert, B Kleynhans, P van der Walt, M Hattingh, G Joubert 123-128
Evaluating palliative care training in the oncology registrar programme in South Africa PDF
R Krause, J Parkes, N Hartman, D Anderson, L Gwyther 129-134
Medical students using the technique of 55-word stories to reflect on a 6-week rotation during the integrated primary care block PDF
A R Dreyer, M G Mlambo, N O Mapukata 135-140
Factors associated with emotional exhaustion in undergraduate and postgraduate nursing students PDF
M Engelbrecht, M Wilke 141-145
Improving South African medical curricula related to traditional health systems PDF
C Lawrence, J Bollinger, K A Stewart, Mosa Moshabela 146-149


CPD questionnaire PDF