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Newly qualified professional nurses’ experiences providing postoperative care to children in CTICU  
Thereza M. Mehlape, Sidwell Matlala
29 March 2024

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Nurses’ practices in stroke-related dysphagia in low- and middle-income countries  
Kirsten Rowe, Maria N. Du Toit, Sarveshvari B. Pillay, Esedra Krüger
28 March 2024

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Guidelines to support newly qualified professional nurses for effective clinical practice  
Warriodene Hansen, Sibusiso M. Zuma
26 March 2024

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Identifying avoidable causes of perinatal deaths in a district hospital in Lesotho  
Rose Nonyane, Emmerentia du Plessis, Jeannette Clase
29 February 2024

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Development of a conceptual framework for teaching-learning of spiritual care in nursing education  
Ntombizodwa S.B. Linda, Hester C. Klopper, Deliwe R. Phetlhu
29 February 2024

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Psychological distress among South African healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic  
Shandir Ramlagan, Ronel Sewpaul, Yolande Shean, Tenielle Schmidt, Alicia North, Sasiragha P. Reddy
19 February 2024


Corrigendum: Experiences of healthcare staff in forensic care facilities supporting sexual violence survivors, in Tshwane, South Africa  
Moreoagae B. Randa, Julie McGarry
13 February 2024


Corrigendum: Accessing care services after sexual violence: A systematic review exploring experiences of women in South Africa  
Moreoagae B. Randa, Julie McGarry, Sarah Griffiths, Kathryn Hinsliff-Smith
10 January 2024

Original Research

The psychosomatic experiences of women who had intrauterine foetal death in rural South Africa  
Martha Kharivhe, Mary Maluleke, Thingahangwi Masutha, Takalani Thabathe, Duppy Manyuma, Ndivhaleni Lavhelani, Muofheni Nemathaga, Muvhango Ramovha, Mutshinyalo Netshikweta, Mulatedzi Mulaudzi
05 December 2023

Original Research

Concept analysis: Community-based postnatal care  
Katekani J. Shirindza, Thivhulawi Malwela, Maria S. Maputle
04 December 2023
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Posted: 2024-04-11

Call for Papers: Curationis 2024 Special Collection: We invite you to submit


We invite you to participate in the special collection to be published in 2024 in the open-access scholarly journal, Curationis.


Title: Humanising health care in Society 5



Submissions open: 15 March 2024

Deadline for submission: 31 May 2024

Expected publication date: 30 November 2024


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We would be honoured to receive your positive reply and look forward to receiving your manuscript.

Posted: 2024-03-15

Press Release: Explore AOSIS Scholarly Book’s latest published open-access scholarly books


AOSIS Scholarly Books is pleased to announce the latest addition of four new open-access scholarly books to our catalogue. These publications represent the latest scholarly research and insights. View the list here.

Posted: 2024-02-28

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