Vol 12, No 4 (2020)

Table of Contents


Contents PDF

Guest Editorial

Collaboration: A potential solution to imminent issues facing nursing and midwifery education in Africa? PDF
C N Nyoni 165

Short Research Report

Exploring internal quality assurance for nursing education in the State University of Zanzibar, Tanzania: A preliminary needs analysis PDF
M Bilal, D Manning 166-168
Facilitators and challenges experienced by first-year nursing students at the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, when conducting home visits PDF
N L Gosangaye, K Mostert 169-171
Supportive framework for teaching practice of student nurse educators: An open distance electronic learning (ODEL) context PDF
T E Masango 172-174


A competence assessment tool that links thinking operations with knowledge types PDF
Y Botma, N Janse van Rensburg, J Raubenheimer 175-178
Mentors’ and student nurses’ experiences of the clinical competence assessment tool PDF
M Sserumaga, A G Mubuuke, J Nakigudde, I G Munabi, R B Opoka, S Kiguli 179-185
Practice guidelines for peer support among educators during a curriculum innovation PDF
M Shawa, Y Botma 186-190
Converging professional nurses’ perceptions and community service nurses’ experiences regarding clinical competence during community service placement PDF
K L Matlhaba, A J Pienaar, L A Sehularo 191-196
The emergence of a clinical skills laboratory and its impact on clinical learning: Undergraduate nursing students’ perspective in Limpopo Province, South Africa PDF
T M Mothiba, M A Bopape, M O Mbombi 197-200
Evaluating the outcomes of a faculty capacity development programme on nurse educators in sub-Saharan Africa PDF
J M van Wyk, J E Wolvaardt, C N Nyoni 201-205
Stakeholders’ community-engaged teaching and learning experiences at three universities in South Africa PDF
F Muzeya, H Julie 206-210
The use of an online learning management system by postgraduate nursing students at a selected higher educational institution in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa PDF
L I Buthelezi, J M van Wyk 211-214
Nurse educators’ views on implementation and use of high-fidelity simulation in nursing programmes PDF
E Powell, B Scrooby, A van Graan 215-219
Male students’ motivations to choose nursing as a career PDF
I Noordien, J Hoffman, H Julie 220-223
Promoting patient autonomy: Perspectives of occupational therapists and nurses PDF
P Govender, D Naidoo 224-226

From the editor

AJHPE special focus issue – call for papers: Innovations in health professions education during the COVID-19 era PDF
C N Nyoni, W Cordier, L Wolvaardt 227