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  1. Experiences of community service health professionals working in rural hospitals of Limpopo Province, South Africa
    Shipalana, Evans, 2020-01-23T07:23:54Z
    Thesis(MPH.) -- University of Limpopo, 2019 ...
  2. The impact of the Raymond Ackerman Academy of entrepreneurial development (RAA) in creating improved and sustainable livelihoods amongst academy graduates.
    Yiannakaris, Elli Cherissa, 2020-01-23T12:59:53Z, Faculty of Commerce
    In response to a youth unemployment crisis, the South African government has placed a strong emphasis on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education (EE) as a strategy for job creation. Using the Raymond Ackerman Academy of Entrepreneurial Development (RAA) as a case study, this dissertation see ...
  3. A review of the use of inhaled nitric oxide in the PICU at Red Cross Children"s Hospital, 2011-2015: A retrospective cohort study
    Padayachee, Sandhia, 2020-01-23T13:04:51Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Background: Inhaled Nitric Oxide (iNO) functions as a selective pulmonary vasodilator. It is an expensive treatment that is often employed as rescue therapy for refractory hypoxaemia in acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and pulmonary hypertension (PHT) following cardiac surgery. Objectives: ...
  4. Seeking arm’s length: An evaluation of formulary apportionment and predetermined margins as alternative or supplementary methods to establish proxy arm’s length transfer prices for multinational intercompany transactions in South Africa
    Raymond, Bonita, 2020-01-23T13:05:56Z, Faculty of Commerce
    Since the inception of democracy in South Africa and the subsequent lifting of sanctions and trade embargos placed upon South Africa, the country’s economy has evolved from a much protected, inward looking economy into an internationally robust and competitive environment. Multinational enterprises ...
  5. Medical student and faculty perceptions of undergraduate surgical training: A comparison between South Africa and Sweden
    Scott, Alex J., 2020-01-23T13:07:12Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    INTRODUCTION: There is a paucity of literature comparing the views and perceptions of medical students and surgical faculty regarding the surgical curriculum. Additionally, little evidence is available illustrating the prevalence of surgical mentors and role models, as well astheirspecific character ...
  6. Why are there so few minimum service level agreements? A case study of a metropolitan municipality.
    Ronnie, Roger, 2020-01-23T13:08:22Z, Faculty of Law
    In terms of the South African Constitution, every worker has the right to strike. This right is regulated in the Labour Relations Act. Workers engaged in essential services are prohibited from striking. The prohibition does not apply if a minimum service level agreement, guaranteeing services in the ...
  7. Factors associated with loss to follow-up after occupational HIV exposure among health care workers attending the Groote Schuur Hospital Occupational Health Clinic
    Papavarnavas, Nectarios Sophocles, 2020-01-23T13:10:01Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Background There is limited data on factors associated with loss to follow-up (LTFU) of health care workers (HCWs) following occupational exposure to HIV, and most studies were conducted in an era when poorly tolerated antiretrovirals (ART) like zidovudine were used. Methods A retrospective co ...
  8. The role of computerised tomographic angiograms (CTA) and lateral neck radiographs in penetrating neck oesophageal injuries
    Oompie, Ferdinand Musawenkosi, 2020-01-23T13:12:00Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Background South Africa has a high rate of injuries related to violence which includes penetrating neck injuries (PNI’s). Of the 163 patients that are annually referred for contrast swallow studies to exclude associated pharyngo-oesophageal injuries (PPOI’s), only 0-14% contrast studies confirm in ...
  9. An appropriateness review of urgent in-hours nontrauma CT brain scans at a single tertiary referral centre in South Africa - are we scanning rationally?
    Jacobs, Donovan George, 2020-01-23T13:14:47Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Aim: To determine if urgent, non-trauma in-hours CT head scan requests in the GSH department of radiology are being appropriately requested and completed, as well as determining the radiation dose for each study. Secondly, to make recommendations to improve local practice based on the findings of th ...
  10. Sectoral dynamics of financial co-integration between BRICS and developed stock markets
    Lima, Roland Nubiga, 2020-01-23T11:30:43Z, Faculty of Commerce
    This study examines the sectoral dynamics of co-integration between the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India China and South Africa) and developed stock markets, represented by Germany, Japan, the UK and the US, during the four phases of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), the three phases of the European So ...