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The knowledge and utilization of contraception and the attitudes towards pregnancy prevention among undergraduate nursing students at the University of the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2009)
It is not mandatory for the student to declare a pregnancy to her educational institution. It does however become more complicated for the student nurse, because she has to provide a health service while she is a student ...
Establishing a community of practice in the information technology departments of South African higher education institutions: developing information technology capacity in higher education’s ITIL programme 2007 - 2009
Communities of practice have been described as supportive environments where knowledge creation, knowledge sharing, learning and problem resolution takes place (Hildreth and Kimble, 2002; Wenger, 1998a; Zhang and Watts, ...
Knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and adherence to antiretroviral therapy among people living with HIV/AIDS receiving treatment at Shongwe Hospital in Nkomazi region, Mpumalanga province
(University of Western Cape, 2009)
Background: HIV and AIDS is one of the major public health problems facing South Africa today. In 2005, it was estimated that 5.54 million people were living with HIV in South Africa, which means that 18.8% of the population ...
Infant feeding practices, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of mothers with 0-6 month’s babies attending baby friendly accredited health facility and non-baby friendly accredited health facilities in Blantyre, Malawi
The Ministry of Health in Malawi promotes exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life and continued breastfeeding with appropriate complementary feeding up to two years or beyond. This policy applies to all ...
Knowledge, attitudes and sexual practices of high school learners in the era of hiv/aids in a rural Free State town
The HIV/AIDS pandemic with its tremendous impact has been a major cause of death and disruption of people’s lives. The youth of South Africa continues to be the most at risk and vulnerable by both being affected and infected ...