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Health Care Sciences Latest Research Output: 2016

School of Health Care Sciences

Accredited Journals

1. Fernandes L and Mokwena KE. The role of locus of control in nyaope addiction treatment. South African Family Practice 2016- 1(1)
2. Mokwena K. “Consider our plight”: A cry for help from nyaope users. Health SA Gesondheid2016-(21)
3. Mogale O, Schellack N and Motswaledi MH. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN): an update. South African Family Practice 2016-58(5)
4. Burger M, Fourie J, Loots D, Mnisi T, Schellack N, Bezuidenhout S and Meyer JC. Knowledge and perceptions of antimicrobial stewardship concepts among final year pharmacy students in pharmacy schools across South Africa. Southern African Journal of Infectious Diseases 2016-31(3) pp 84-90
5. Wium A-M and du Plessis A. The usefulness of a tool to assess reflection in a service-learning experience. African Journal of Health Professions Education 2016-8(2) pp 178-183
6. Human A, Tshabalala MD, Milton MM, Becker E, Lourens PA and Cochrane ME. The effect of Kinesio Tape on the sitting posture of learners with cerebral palsy. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences 2016 ; 22 (3:2); 812-821
7. Skaal L, Mtshali B, Human A and Sobantu N. Body mass index and level of physical activity among primary school children in Pretoria, South Africa. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1):112-122
8. Mndzebele S and Matsi M. Perspectives and experiences of healthcare workerrs on the National Health Insurance at tertiary hospitals in the Limpopo Province, South Africa. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 123-130
9. Mndzebele S and Tshivhase S. Application of evidence-based nursing practice at a tertiary hospital in Pretoria, Gauteng Province, South Africa. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 166-173
10. Khoza TV and Mokwena K. Experiences of support and assistance given to high shool orphans in Winterveldt, Pretoria, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences (AJPHES) 2016; 22(2:2): 543-564
11. Mokwena K and Morabe M. Sexual abstinence: What is the understanding and views of secondary school learners in a semi-rural area of North West Province, South Africa? SAHARA J: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS 2016; 13(1): 81-87
12. Mandoreba T and Mokwena K. Factors associated with the late antenatal booking in Harare, Zimbabwe. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 131-138
13. Mokwena K and Bogale YR. Fertility intention and use of contraception among women living with the human immunodeficiency virus in Oromia Region, Ethiopia. South African Family Practice 2016; 1(1): 1-6
14. Wium A-M and Gerber B. Ototoxicity management: An investigation into doctors’ knowledge and practices, and the roles of audiologists in a tertiary hospital. South African Journal of Communication Disorders 2016; 63(1): 1-15
15. ‘Schellack N, Schellack G and Bronkhorst E. The role of proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 inhibitors in managing cardiovascular risk. South African Family Practice 2016; 58(1): 2-5
16. Smith N, Ismail H and Schellack N. Neuropathic pain: targeting the melatonin MTâ‚‚ receptor. South African Family Practice 2016; 58(3): 38-40
17. Bronkhorst E and Schellack N. Liraglutide for the treatment of obesity. South African Family Practice 2016; 58(3): 38-40
18. Bronkhorst E, Schellack N and Motswaledi MH. Effects of childhood atopic eczema on the quality of life. Current and Clinical Immunology 2016; 29(1): 20-24
19. Schellack N and Engler D. Sublingual immunotherapy for the treatment of allergies. South African Family Practice 2016; 58(2): 1-4
20. Schellack G, Meyer JC and Schellack N. Gastro-oesophageal reflux: An overview of the cost-effectiveness of pharmacotherapeutic treatment options. South African Family Practice 2016; 58(2): 18-24
21. Malangu N and Yamutamba M. Differences in the health profile and outcomes of treatment between non-retreatment and retreated groups of tuberculosis patients in Botswana. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 3-10
22. Dheda M, Kambafwile H, Oosthuizen F, Bakor A, Soka A and Malangu N. A cross-sectional baseline assessment of the pharmacovigilance systems, processes and challenges faced by healthcare professionals in three South African districts prior to pharmacovigilance training and programme roll-out. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 100-111
23. Madiba S and Mokgatle M. Assessing risk perceptions, condom use, and sexual behaviour of student at Technical Vocational Education and Training colleges in Gauteng and North West Provinces in South Africa. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 150-165
24. Madiba S. The content of disclosure messages to children with perinatal acquired HIV: Implications for disclosure interventions and guidelines for caregivers in resource-limited settings. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 35-46
25. Kablay IN and Chelule PK. Factors influencing the use of N95 respirator among healthcare professionals at Nyangabgwe Hospital in Botswana. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 24-34
26. Legodi SI and Chelule PK. Occurrence of occupational injuries at a railway construction industry in Pretoria, South Africa. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 65-75
27. Fourie J, Schellack N, Engler D, Ehlert K, Wium A-M and Moagi T. Screening for possible nevirapine induced ototoxicity in neonates, when administered as part of the prevention of mother-to-child transmission at Dr. George Mukhari Academic Hospital, Gauteng, Soth Africa Programme: A pilot study. BMC Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders 2016; 1(1): 2-8
28. Mabila N, Schellack N and Gous AGS. Antibiotic prescribing patterns among healthcare professionals at Van Velden Memorial Hospital in Tzaneen, Limpopo Province, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences 2016; Vol 22 (1:): 79-97
29. Muller M, Gous AGS and Schellack N. Measuring adverse events using a trigger tool in a paper at a teaching hospital in South Africa. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2016; 18 (2): 103-112
30. Schellack G, Schellack N and Malan L. An overview of childhood dyslipidaemia. SA Pharmaceutical Journal 2016; 83(7): 14-18
31. Schellack N and Matimela M. Paediatric pain management. South African Family Practice 2016; 58(3): 42-47
32. Upton E, Schellack N and Motswaledi MH. A review of the management of childhood atopic aczema at the primary healthcare level. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2016; 29(1): 32-34
33. Pitout H, Human A, Treadwell I and Sobantu NA. Innovations in Education and Teaching International 2016; 53(3): 338-348
34. Schellack N and Annor AS. Optimising pain management-An update. . South African Family Practice 2016; 58(2): 1-7
35. van Aswegen Y, Schellack N, Gous AGS, Ehlert K and Wium A-N. Screening and monitoring of pharmacotherapy-induced ototoxicity in patients at Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital. BMC Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders 2016; 191): 3-8
36. Sibanda M, Summers RS and Meyer JC. Publication trends of clinical trials performed in South Africa. South African Medical Journal 2016; 106(5): 519-523
37. Mokgatle MM and Abasho DC. Treatment outcomes of antiretroviral therapy among pediatric patients in Zewditu Memorial Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethopia. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 139-149
38. Madiba S and Mokgatle MM. Perceptions and experiences about self-disclosure of HIV status among adolescents with perinatal acquired HIV n poor-resourced communities in South Africa. AIDS Research and Treatment 2016; 2016 ; 1-10
39. Madiba S and Mokgatle MM. Parents support implementation of HIV testing and counselling at school: Cross-sectional study with parents of adolescent attending high school in Gauteng AND North West Provinces, South Africa. AIDS Research and Treatment 2016; 2016 ; 1-9
40. Maithufi R and Ntuli B. The perspectives of supporters of tuberculosis direct observation treatment on volunteering in an informal settlement of Johannesburg. PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies 2016; 30(1): 92-99
41. Schellack N, Pretorius R and Messina AP. ‘Esprit de corps’ Towards collaborative integration of pharmacists and nurses into antimicrobial stewardship programmes in South Africa. South African Medical Journal 2016; 106(10)1-2
42. Raj N, Voegeli R, Rawlings AV, Gibbons S, Munday MR, Summers B and Lane ME. Variation in stratum corneum protein content as a function of anatomical site and ethnic group. Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics 2015; 2015:1-8

Conference Proceedings and books

Chapter in book: Malangu G. Risk factors and outcomes of food poisoning in Africa (Chapter3: 59-97). Significance, prevention and control of food related diseases. 2016, ISBN9789535122777. Websites: URL:http://www.intechoen.com/books/significannce-prevention-and-control-of-food-related-diseases. PublisherInTECH, Editor Hussaini Anthony Mkun

Non-Accredited Journals and nonsubsidised articles

1. Lecture: The 23rd Vona du Toit Memorial Lecture 2nd April 2014: Economic Occupations: The hidden key to transformation. South African Journal of Occupational Therapy 2015-45 (3)
2. Madiba S. Caregivers lack disclosure skills delays disclosure to children with perinatal HIV in resource-limited communities: Multicenter qualitative data from South Africa and Botswana. Nursing Research and Practice 2016; 2016: 1-7
3. Schellack N, Schellack G and Omoding R. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: an update. South African Pharmaceutical Journal 2015; 82(6): 24-29