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Health SA Gesondheid - Journal of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences is an open access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary and interprofessional scholarly journal that aims to promote communication, collaboration and teamwork between professions and disciplines within the health sciences to address problems that cross and affect disciplinary boundaries. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Commentary

 
Distanced behind the mask: The use of non-verbal communication when counselling the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic  
Mary Ann Jarvis, Lourett Smith
26 November 2021

Original Research

 
Validation of a clinical competence evaluation tool for community service nurses in North West province, South Africa  
Kholofelo L. Matlhaba, Abel J. Pienaar, Leepile A. Sehularo
12 November 2021

Original Research

 
Midwives’ knowledge and practices regarding the screening for and management of chorioamnionitis: A qualitative study  
Allison H. du Plessis, Dalena van Rooyen, Wilma ten Ham-Baloyi
09 November 2021

Original Research

 
Multidisciplinary team members’ perceptions regarding advanced psychiatric nurses’ attitudes on mental healthcare  
Eve P. Jacobs, Sipho W. Mkhize
08 November 2021

Original Research - Special Collection: Mental Health and COVID-19

 
Stress and coping – Perceptions of final year nursing students returning to clinical practice during the COVID-19 pandemic, South Africa  
Mary Ann Jarvis, Penelope Martin, Margaret Williams, Fiona Walters, Olivia Baloyi, Jeffrey Hoffman, Jennifer Chipps
05 November 2021

Original Research

 
Professional nurses’ perceptions regarding clinical competence of community service nurses in North West province, South Africa  
Kholofelo L. Matlhaba, Abel J. Pienaar, Leepile A. Sehularo
02 November 2021

Correction

 
Erratum: Effort and reward imbalance factors motivating Namibian professional nurses to participate in continuous professional development: A confirmatory factor analysis  
Tekla S.N. Mbidi, Anneleen Damons
02 November 2021

Original Research

 
Experiences of nursing students regarding clinical placement and support in primary healthcare clinics: Strengthening resilience  
Beauty M. Zulu, Emmerentia du Plessis, Magdalena P. Koen
29 October 2021

Original Research

 
Discovering presence as part of nurse educators’ role modelling at a public nursing college in the North West province  
Tiisetso A. Mofokeng, Emmerentia du Plessis, Kathleen Froneman
29 October 2021

Original Research

 
Newly qualified midwives’ perceptions of their level of midwifery clinical competence during community service in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa  
Amanda B. Ngcobo, Olivia B. Baloyi, Mary Ann Jarvis
28 October 2021
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