Vol 3, No 1 (2011)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF


Contents PDF


Standard setting in healthcare education in South Africa – a serious wake-up call PDF HTML
Scarpa Schoeman 2


The discourse of final year medical students during clinical case presentations PDF
Hugo Botha, Gerrit Ian van Schalkwyk, Juanita Bezuidenhout, Susan van Schalkwyk 3-6
Identifying strategies to increase research publication output in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences in South Africa: a review of literature PDF
Jose Merle Frantz, Seyi Ladele Amosun 7-10
Language and cultural competency training in South Africa: Effects on quality of care and Health Care Worker satisfaction PDF HTML
Michael Eliad Levin 11-14
Challenges and opportunities related to postgraduate evidence based practice module using blended learning PDF
Jose Merle Frantz, Simon Himalowa, Wallace Karaguti, Anne Kumurenzi, Mary Sakala, Davie Mulenga 15-18
Towards Understanding the Quantitative Literacy Demands of a First-year Medical Curriculum PDF
Vera Frith, Geney Gunston 19-23

Short Communication

The influence of confidence and experience on the competency of junior medical students in performing basic procedural skills PDF
Adele De Villiers, Elize Archer 24
Cracking the nut of service-learning in nursing PDF
Hester Julie 24-25
Integrating Primary Health Care principles in clinical teaching PDF
Melanie Alperstein 25
Introducing Case-Based Learning in Decentralised Nursing Programme PDF
Sindisiwe Zamandosi Mthembu 25