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Experiences of healthcare staff in forensic care facilities supporting sexual violence survivors, in Tshwane, South Africa  
Moreoagae B. Randa, Julie McGarry
26 May 2023

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The roles of churches in HIV prevention among youth at Nqutu in KwaZulu-Natal South Africa  
Siphiwe T. Madlala, Sethembile Khanyile
15 May 2023

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Challenges regarding sexual health communication with secondary school learners in Limpopo Province: Parents views  
Humbulani S. Munyai, Lufuno Makhado, Dorah U. Ramathuba, Rachel T. Lebese
19 April 2023

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Psychometric properties of a clinical assessment tool in the postgraduate midwifery programme, Botswana  
Itumeleng Rasetshwane, Nombulelo V. Sepeng, Ramadimetja S. Mooa
04 April 2023

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Bullying, shortage of staff and resources in workplace: Qualitative experience of newly qualified nurses  
Agrinette N. Madolo, Siyathemba P. Hloba
31 March 2023

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Objective structured clinical examination: Do first-year nursing students perceive it to be stressful?  
Dorothee Line Adibone Emebigwine, Ntombizodwa S.B. Linda, Penelope Martin
27 March 2023

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A professional nurse’s understanding of quality nursing care in Limpopo province, South Africa  
Maggie Nyelisani, Lufuno Makhado, Takalani Luhalima
10 March 2023

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Do the parents of the youth abusing substances need to be supported? A literature review study  
Lina S. Hlahla, Charity Ngoatle, Tebogo M. Mothiba
20 February 2023

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Implementation of maternal guidelines for gravid teenagers with hypertensive disorders in KwaZulu-Natal  
Zwelihle B. Shongwe
01 February 2023

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Perspectives of nursing students on challenges of e-learning during early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic  
Vistolina Nuuyoma, Sydney S. Lauliso, Leonard Chihururu
01 February 2023
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Posted: 2022-01-27

Call for Book Submissions: Submit your book proposals on sustainable energy solutions today


AOSIS Scholarly Books invites established and emerging scholars to submit book proposals focused on UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goals 7 and 9. We're looking for in-depth analysis and practical solutions based on sound research and data. Your proposals will lay the foundation for accomplishing UNESCO's Agenda for Sustainable Development by 2030, creating a more sustainable world. Read more . Download our book proposal form at https://bit.ly/3WHK1sn or email us at books@aosis.co.za to submit your proposal. Let's work together towards a brighter future!

Posted: 2023-06-01

Book Release: A new book on indigenous healthcare practices


Discover the latest scholarly book titled 'Working with Indigenous Knowledge: Strategies for Health Professionals', which provides valuable insights into indigenous health attitudes, practices, and experiences. This scholarly book is now available as an open access PDF at https://tinyurl.com/yhnxtww4, published by the University of Pretoria in partnership with AOSIS. The book is edited by Fhumulani M. Mulaudzi and Rachel T. Lebese and promises to be a valuable addition to your reading list if you are interested in indigenous healthcare practices.

Posted: 2023-06-06

Book Release: Read AOSIS’s latest book


The new book Preventive audiology: An African perspective is a contribution to preventive audiology in an African context. Read the open access PDF: https://bit.ly/3HsbVDc Edited by Katijah Khoza-Shangase from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa.

Posted: 2023-01-11

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Posted: 2022-01-27
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