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Health Care Sciences Latest Research Output: 2017

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  • A.M. Wium, A. Human, H. Pitout and P.H Du Toit.  An analysis of thinking preferences across three health care disciplines.  Innovations in education and teaching international 2017; 54(1): 33-41
  • Zodwa M. Manyisa and Elsie J. Van Aswegen. Factors affecting working conditions in public hospitals: A literature review. International journal of Africa Nursing Sciences. 2017; 6: 28-38.
  • Anri Human, Lieselotte Corten, Jennifer Jelsma, and Brenda Morrow. Inspiratory muscle training for children and adolescents with neuromuscular diseases: A systematic review.Neuromuscular disorder 2017; 27: 503-517.
  • Siyabonga H. Kunene, and Nomathemba P. Taukobong, Dietary habits among health professionals working in a district hospital in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa. African journal of primary Health care and family Medicine.2017; 9(1):2071-2928.
  • Ehlert K. Perceptions of public primary school teachers regarding noise-induced hearing loss in South Africa. South African Journal of Communication Disorders 207; 64(1): 1-12
  • Mothokoa ME and Madumo M. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(1); 25-38
  • Phetla MC and Skaal L. Perceptions of healthcare professionals regarding their own body weight in selected public hospitals in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. South African Medical Journal 2017; 107(4): 338-341
  • Corten L, Jelsma J, Human A, Rahim S and Morrow BM. Assisted autogenic drainage in infants and young children hospitalized with uncomplicated pneumonia, a pilot study. Physiotherapy Respiratory 2017: 1-8
  • Ramocha LM, Louw QA and Tshabalala MD. Quality of life and physical activity among geriatrics living in institutions compared to the community. South African Journal of Physiotherapy 2017; 73(1): 1-6
  • Fernandes L and Onyensoh OOC. ‘Emergency contraception knowledge amongst female high school learners, in Tswaing sub-district of North-West Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences 2017; Supplement 1:1: 146-158


  • Pascoe M, Klop D, Mdlalo T and Ndhambi M. Beyond lip service: Towards human rights-driven guidelines for South African speech-language pathologists. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 2017, 2017:1-8

  • Mhariwa P, Myezwa H, Galantino ML and Maleka D. The relationship between lower limb muscle strength and lower extremity function in HIV disease. South African Journal of Physiotherapy 2017; 73(1): 1-6

  • Madiba S and Mokgatle M. Fear of stigma, beliefs, and knowledge about HIV are barriers to early access to HIV testing and disclosure for perinatally infected children and adolescents in rural communities in South Africa. South African Family Practice 2017; 59(5): 175-181

  • Moyo TMokgatle M and Madiba S. Opinions about and acceptability of HIV self-testing amongst students at the Institute of Health Sciences-Lebotse, Botswana. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(1): 6-17

  • Mtjene BP and Mokgatle M. Unplanned pregnancy and motherhood among adolescents-reports by adolescent mothers in a peri-urban area of Tshwane District, Gauteng province, South Africa. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(2): 6-17

  • Mokgatle M and Madiba S. High acceptability of HIV self-testing among Technical Vocational Education and Training College students in Gauteng and North West Province: What are the implications for the scale up in South Africa? PLoS One 2017:1-14

  • Mabunda A and Madiba S. The context of parent-child communication about sexuality and HIV prevention: The perspectives of high school learners in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(1): 162-173
  • Motiang KP and Chelule PK. Occupational health and safety in radiographic film processing in Limpopo province. Occupational Health Southern Africa 2017; 23(1): 2-6

  • Madiba S and Nkosi C. Teen fathers’ perceptions and experiences of fatherhood: A qualitative exploration with in-school teen fathers in a rural district in South Africa. Current Paediatric Research 2017; 21(3): 501-506

  • Mokgatle M, Molapisi E and Madiba S. The childbearing desires of perinatally infected female adolescents enrolled in an HIV clinic in Tshwane Distrrict, Gauteng Province, South Africa. Current Paediatric Research 2017; 21(2): 313-320

  • Madiba S and Ngwenya N. Cultural practices, gender inequality and inconsistent condom use increase vulnerability to HIV infection: narratives from married and cohabiting women in rural communities in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. Global Health Action 2017; 10: 1-8

  • Mokwena K and Mafisa M. The use of health promotion to increase the uptake of cervical cancer screening in a primary health setting in Tshwane, Gauteng Province, South Africa. Pula: Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(1): 175-186

  • Malangu N and vd Westhuisen J. Patients’ satisfaction with inpatient and outpatient aspects of care delivered at a District Hospital in Pretoria. Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(2): 135-153


  • Malangu N and Dia-Diop NM. A review of outcomes of treatment among 29 cases of extensively drug resistant tuberculosis in Johannesburg. Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(1): 150-158

  • Yohannes A, Zungu L and Malangu N. Use of evidence to inform policy change: The case of adequacy of antimalarial drug efficacy studies in Ethiopia. Botswana journal of African studies 2017; 31(2): 96-110


  • Chapter in book: Madiba S. The contextual environmental factors shaping disclosure of HIV status across populations groups in Sub-Saharan Africa (Chapter 6: 105-123). HIV/AIDS Contemporary Challenges 2017. InTech. Edited by Nancy Dumais