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Health Care Sciences Latest Research Output: 2015

School of Health Care Sciences

Accredited Journals

  1. Thompson J, Havenga Y and Naude S. The health literacy needs of women living with HIV/AIDS. Health SA Gesondheid 2015; 20: 11-21
  2. Kunene SH and Taukobong NP. Level of physical activity of health professionals in a district hospital in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. South African Journal of Physiotherapy 2015; 71(1): 1-6
  3. Schellack N, Wium AM, Ehlert K, van Aswegen Y and Gous A. Establishing a pharmacotherapy induced ototoxicity programme within a service-learning approach. South African Journal of Communication Disorders 2015; 62(1): 1-7
  4. Malangu N and Mngomezulu M. Evaluation of tuberculosis infection control measures implemented at primary health care facilities in Kwazulu-Natal province of South Africa. BMC Infectious Diseases 2015; 15(117): 1-7
  5. Malangu N, Ntuli S and Alberts M. Causes of death in patients treated at a tertiary hospital in the Limpopo province: a retrospective study from 2008-2010. Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection 2014; 29(2): 80-86
  6. Malangu N and Adebanjo OD. Knowledge and practices about multidrug-resistant tuberculosis amongst healthcare workers in Maseru. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2015; 7(1): 1-5
  7. Wium A-M and Louw B. The South African national school curriculum: Implications for collaboration between teachers and speech-language therapists working in schools. South African Journal of Childhood Education 2015; 5(1):19-41
  8. Mtshali BF; Mokwena K and Oguntibeju OO. Effect of submaximal warm-up exercise-induced asthma in African school children. West Indian Medical Journal 2015; 64 (2): 117-125
  9. Mokgatle MM and Motuma TR. Knowledge and use of contraceptives among college students in North Shoa, Central Ethiopia. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2014; 28(1): 81-89
  10. Madiba S and Mokgatle MM. “Students want HIV testing in schools” a formative evaluation of the acceptability of HIV testing and counselling at schools in Gauteng and North West provinces in South Africa. BMC Public Health 2015; 15: 3-9
  11. Mokgatle MM and Madiba S. The burden of disease on HIV-infected orphaned and non-orphaned children accessing primary health facilities in a rural district with poor resources in South Africa: a cross-sectional survey of primary caregivers of HIV-infected children aged 5-18. Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2015; 4(18):1-12
  12. Kelly CA, Friedland BA, Morar NS, et al. To tell or not to tell: male partner engagement in a Phase 3 microbicide efficacy trial in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality 2015; 17(8): 1-7
  13. Madiba S and Mokgatle MM. Health care workers’ perspectives about disclosure to HIV-infected children; cross-sectional survey of health facilities in Gauteng and Mpumalanga provinces, South Africa. PeerJ 2015; 1-15
  14. Mkwinda E, Lekalakala-Mokgele E and Sengane M. Needs of primary caregivers relating to care given to HIV/AIDS patients and support from palliative care nurses in Malawi. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 123-135
  15. Madumo MM, Havenga Y and van Aswegen EJ. Factors contributing to unplanned pregnancies in adolescent girls in Hammanskraal, South Africa: An emancipatory decision-making approach. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 185-199
  16. Mothibe ME. Knowledge and perceptions of community pharmacists about the commonly sold herbal medicines used as African traditional medicines in community pharmacies in Tshwane townships, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 354-365
  17. Bezuidenhout S. Patient satisfaction with the quality of pharmaceutical services offered at Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital, Ga-Rankuwa, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 218-227
  18. Moosa A, Bezuidenhout S and Meyer JC. Knowledge of type-2 diabetes among patients attending a community health centre in Pretoria, South Africa. South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 241-251
  19. Oladipupo RV, Bezuidenhout S and Helberg E. Reasons contributing to the success or failure of the down referral system of stable chronic patients at a tertiary hospital in South Africa. South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 343-353
  20. Mashile S, Bezuidenhout S and Helberg E. Factors influencing the dispensing of three months’ chronic medicines to patients in public health institutions in Gauteng Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 319-329
  21. Hlongwana S, Bezuidenhout S and Helberg E. Adherence to the primary health care standard treatment guidelines in a pediatric sample with respiratory conditions in Umkhanyakude Health District, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2:
  22. Mokwena K and Motsamai O. A profile of isoniazid tuberculosis preventive therapy treatment defaulters in Botswana. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 268-274
  23. Mokwena K and Phetlhe K. Assessment of health promotion content in undergraduate physiotherapy curricula. South African Journal of Physiotherapy 2015; 71(1): 1-6
  24. Mokwena K and Okore O. Use of active health promotion to increase the uptake of cervical cancer screening in Botswana. 306-318
  25. Mokwena K and Oswell B. Attitudes and barriers to healthy eating amongst adolescent girls in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2014; 28(1): 63-71
  26. Mokwena K and Fernandes L. Exploring the role of external locus of control in the use of Nyaope: a qualitative enquiry. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2014; 28(1): 41-50
  27. Nyangu I and Mokwena K. Experiences and views of HIV-positive patients regarding Sesotho traditional medicines for the management of HIV/AIDS IN Morija, Lesotho. African Journal of Nursing and Midwifery 2015; 17(1): 61-75
  28. Chauke ME, Matlakala MC and Mokoena JD. Folk practices regarding childbearing. Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies 2015, 25(1): 1-11
  29. Madiba S and Mokgatle M. HIV/AIDS related knowledge and attitudes towards learners infected with HIV among high school learners in Gauteng and North West Provinces in South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 136-150
  30. Malefo MA, Mokgatle M and Madiba S. Adolescents’ sexual behaviours and views about the sexual health education programme-a post intervention qualitative survey in Rustenburg, North West Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 173-174
  31. Madiba S . Parental disclosure of HIV positive status to HIV-uninfected children and their reactions to disclosure in Ekurhuleni district, Gauteng Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 75-87
  32. Madiba S. HIV/AIDS knowledge and practices of traditional health practitioners in Tutume sub-district: Implications for collaboration in HIV/AIDS care in Botswana. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2014; 28(1): 2-12
  33. Dzhugudzha NT, Mokgatle M and Madiba S. Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and perceptions about HIV-positive people among primary school learners in Soshanguve, Pretoria, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 112-122
  34. Madiba S and Ntuli B. Contraceptive knowledge and use: Views of teen mothers accessing a youth friendly clinic in a rural district of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 200-213
  35. Manye P and Madiba S. Communication between caregivers and children perinatally infected with HIV about the disease and medication without disclosure: Qualitative data from Nyangabgwe Hospital, Botswana. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2014; 28(1): 28-40
  36. Madiba S and Letsoalo B. Disclosure to sexual partner and associated factors among HIV positive adult clinic attendees in Johannesburg, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1: 100-111
  37. Madiba S. Factors associated with mixed feeding practices among HIV positive post-natal women in Merafong sub-district, Gauteng Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:1:25-38
  38. Danaviah S, de Oliveira T, Gordon M et al. Analysis of dominant HIV quasispecies suggests independent viral evolution within spinal granulomas coinfected with mycobaterium tuberculosis and HIV-1 subtype C. AIDS research and Human Retroviruses 2015; 31(00): 1-9
  39. Chelule P and Chihope N. Feeding practices among the child caregivers of 5 year-old children attended to for acute malnutrition at Nyangabgwe hospital, Botswana. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2014; 28 (1): 13-27
  40. Kotsokoane FM, Skaal L and Tshabalala MD. Factors influencing the utilisation of community-based rehabilitation services by people with disability in Tshwane, Gauteng Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015; Supplement 2:2: 287-295
  41. Mogale NM, Malangu N and Huma M. Occurrence of occupational slips, trips and falls amongt health workers in Limpopo Province of South Africa 2014; 28(1): 72-80
  42. Komane B, Vermaak I, Summers B and Viljoen A. Safety and efficacy of Sclerocarya birrea (A.Rich.) Hochst (Marula) oil: A clinical perspective 2015; 178: 327-335
  43. Voegeli R, Rawlings A.V and Summers B. Facial skin pigmentation is not related to stratum corneum cohesion, basal transepidermal water loss, barrier integrity and barrier repair 2015; 37: 241-252
  44. Voegeli R, Rawlings A.V and Summers B. A novel continuous colour mapping approach for visualization of facial skin hydration and transepidermal water loss for four ethnic groups 2015; 37: 595-605
  45. Rampou AM, Havenga Y and Madumo M. Parenting experiences of mothers living with a chronic mental illness 2015; 20: 118-127
  46. Mberi MN, Kuonza LR, Dube NM, Nattey C, Manda S and Summers R. Determinants of loss to follow-up in patients on antiretroviral treatment, South Africa, 2004-2012: cohort study 2015; 15(259): 1-11
  47. Rifkin RF, d’Errico F, Dayet-Boulliot L and Summers B. Assessing the photoprotective effects of red ochre on human skin by vitro laboratory experiments 2015; 111(3/4): 1-8
  48. Ntuli B and Modibedi K, Decision-making and practice on infant feeding: A case of women in a prevention of mother to child transmission programme in Gauteng Province, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:1: 12-24
  49. Chiperera P and Ntuli BE, Infant feeding practices and associated factors among HIV positive mothers in a prevention of mother-to-child transmission programme at a public health facility in Mbabane, Swaziland 2014; Supplement 1:1: 253-263
  50. Mamba ST and Ntuli BE, Activities and challenges in caring for chronically ill patients: Experiences of home-bases carers in Soweto, South Africa 2014; Supplement 2:1: 409-419
  51. Rifkin RF, Dayet L, Queffelec A, Summers B, Lategan M and d’Errico F, Evaluating the Photoprotective Effects of Ochre on Human Skin by In Vivo SPF Assessment: Implications for Human Evolution, Adaptation and Dispersal 2015; 10(9): 1-30
  52. Galane ML and Mdzebele SL, Dental students’ perceptions and behaviours towards dental patients living with HIV/AIDS in Pretoria, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:1: 139-151
  53. Mfolo MVH and Mndzebele SL, Factors associated with antenatal care bookings among pregnant women in Tshwane Health District, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:1: 1-11
  54. Nemakanga MN and Mndzebele SL, Life experiences and circumstances surrounding elderly people living with HIV and AIDS in Northern Gauteng, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:1: 77-87
  55. Ntombela DE and Mndzebele SL, Parents influence on early childhood caries among their children at a community health centre in Gauteng Province , South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:1: 39-49
  56. Mnzebelele SL and Mogale JW, Prostate cancer awareness and screening behaviour among men in Gauteng Province, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:2: 281-290
  57. Tlapu MM and Lekalakala-Mokgele S, Views and experiences of employees regarding wellness facilitation in nursing colleges in Gauteng and North West Provinces, South Africa 2015; 21(1:2): 353-362
  58. Machiya T, Burnett RJ, Fernandes L, Franҫois G, De Schryver, van Sprundel M and Mphahlele J, Hepatitis B vaccination of healthcare workers at the Princess Marina Hospital, Botswana 2015; 7:256-261
  59. Engler D, Schellack N, Naude A and Gous A, A pilot study on the use of amikacin in neonates: Who should be monitored for ototoxicity? 2015; 1(1): 1-5
  60. Schellack N, Gous AGS and Mawela PB, Caffeine versus aminophylline for the prevention of apnoea of prematurity in a teaching hospital in South Africa 2015; 1(1): 1-6
  61. Vagiri RV, Meyer JC and Gous AGS, Health-related quality of life and adherence to antiretroviral treatment over a 12-month period for patients attending two public sector clinic in South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:2: 228-240
  62. Ally S, Meyer JC, Schellack N and Summers RS, Improving patient safety with antiretroviral treatment by actively soliciting adverse drug reaction reports 2015; Supplement 2:2: 252-267
  63. Mkhabela PM, , Schellack N and Summers RS, Pharmacists’ knowledge on adult HIV treatment in a retail pharmacy group in South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:2: 366-376
  64. De Jager Z, Schellack N and Gous AGS, Optimising services by the clinical pharmacist in a neonatal intensive care unit of a tertiary hospital in Gauteng Province, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:2: 377-387
  65. Mohlala TJ, Schellack N and Gous AGS, Prevalence of drug-resistant tuberculosis at public district hospital in Gauteng Province, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:2: 388-397
  66. Mokou RC, Meyer JC and Schellack N, Initiation of antiretroviral therapy for newly admitted HIV positive paediatric patients at a teaching hospital: A health care teamwork approach 2015; Supplement 2:2: 398-411
  67. Vilakazi SV, Schellack N and Gous AGS, Assessing the level of understanding in the management of acute ischaemic stroke by medical doctors at a provincial hospital in Kwazulu-Natal Province, South Africa 2015; Supplement 2:2: 412-423
  68. Ramdas N, Meyer JC and Cameron D, Factors associated with retention in HIV care at Sediba Hope Medical Centre 2015; 16(1): 1-6.
  69. Summers B and Mphanda DI. Factors that influence MSc(Med) (Pharmacy) completion rates at the Medunsa Campus of the University of Limpopo, South Africa 2014; 6(2): 2-5
  70. Viljoen E, Visser J, Koen N and Musekiwa A. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect and safety of ginger in the treatment of pregnancy-associated nausea and vomiting 2014; 13(20): 1-14
  71. Malangu N and Ibrahim MO. Tuberculosis treatment outcomes in patients with resistant tuberculosis at a district hospital in Kwazulu-Natal Province of South Africa 2014; 28(1): 51-62

Books, Chapters in Books

Human A, Integration of service-learning into the paediatric module of the second-year BSc Physiotherapy program 2015

Non-accredited Journals and Nonsubsidised Articles

  1. Chelule PK, Mokgatle MM and Zungu L. South African rural community understanding of fermented foods preparation and usage. Journal of Education and Health Promotion 2015; 1-6
  2. Madiba S, Segobola M and Mokgatle MM. Assessing the acceptability and willingness to use HIV self-testing among student nurses in private nursing college, Gauteng Province, South Africa. World Journal of AIDS 2015; 5: 208-216
  3. Scientific letter: Mokwena K. Strategies to increase the health literacy needed to complement health-promoting legislation in South Africa. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2015; 28(4): 197
  4. Abstract: Matlala M, Meyer J and Gous A. Assessment of the structure and activities of pharmacy and therapeutics committees of public sector hospitals, Gauteng Province, South Africa 2015; 81(1): 182-183
  5. Abstract: Mayimele NN, Meyer H and Matlala M. Quality improvement of ward medicines management at a public sector hospital in the Southern Africa region 2015; 81(1): 68-69