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Children’s perceptions of the causation and prevention of childhood burn injuries
South Africa has a high rate of children’s burn injuries with 1300 deaths annually. These burn injuries are considered preventable and South African research has identified this as a priority concern. South African childhood ...
Assessment of the knowledge and perceptions about tuberculosis among primary school children in NTCHEU district, Malawi
(University of the Western Cape, 2012)
Background: Case finding in Malawi is based on self-referral of symptomatic individuals who are suspected as tuberculosis (TB) cases in health institutions. Knowledge on TB and attitudes/perceptions about the disease can ...
The perceptions and experiences of violence on children in children's homes
(University of the Western Cape, 2010)
This study aimed at looking at children's perceptions of violence, exploring the experiences on child violence and lastly perceptions of children about intervention strategies in children's homes. The participants were ...
Caregivers perceptions on factors contributing to their children’s malnutrition
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
Complex factors contribute to child malnutrition. These include various factors for example stress, trauma, cognitive abilities and education, poverty, environmental and cultural practices. Caregivers’ situations and ...