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  1. Teaching & learning in a South African school of social work
    Moir, Jeni, 2014-06-05T12:24:59Z
    This research explored social work education within a social development welfare paradigm in post-apartheid South Africa. The overall objective was to establish the suitability of an adult education orientation to the professional preparation of developmental social workers fo r practice in the S ...
  2. The relationship between adult basic education and training (ABET) and work opportunities
    Mohlotsane, Mapule, 2014-06-06T08:51:16Z
    A national education policy proposal to integrate adult basic education and training (ABET) in South Africa came about largely because of pressure from trade unions to introduce training at the workplace which would make workers more marketable in case of retrenchment. Workplace ABET programmes p ...
  3. Parents" perceptions of a private school: a case study of parents at Leribe District, Hlotse Town.
    Mohapi, Mataelo Maria-Gratia, 2014-06-06T08:58:09Z
    The purpose of this research is to investigate and describe parents’ perceptions of the private community school at Hareeng Enghs/i Medium Community School in Leribe district. The study uses the conceptual framework of parental choice of school. This is done with a view that parents’ choice of sc ...
  4. Risk factors associated with, and immediate management of, burns in children less than five years in Soweto
    Mogale, N J, 2014-06-06T09:04:06Z
    To describe the risk factors associated with burns, to ascertain immediate home and hospital management and to endeavour to establish appropriate recommendations to prevent or reduce the incidence of burns. DESIGN Descriptive, KAP [Knowledge, attitude, practice] study SUBJECTS All burns patie ...
  5. A comparison of the oral health status of children and adults living in low, optimal, and high fluoride areas
    Molefe, Meshack Itumeleng, 2014-06-10T08:46:58Z
    Dental caries prevalence in many developing countries is low but an increased prevalence has recently been reported from some of these countries. This is in contrast to the data from the industrialised countries which show a consistent decrease in caries prevalence, particularly in urban populati ...
  6. Adversity, psychological distress and sexual risk taking amongst 15-26 year olds in the Eastern Cape, South Africa |
    Nduna, Mzikazi, 2014-06-10T10:48:34Z
    Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 2012. ...
  7. A model for restructuring specialist nurse education in a university context
    Bruce, Judith Charmaigne, 2014-06-10T11:30:32Z
    Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 1992. ...
  8. The role and function of the chief professional nurse in academic hospitals in the Transvaal Provincial Administration
    Hart, Margaret Helen, 2014-06-10T12:04:23Z
    Thesis (M.Sc.) (Nursing))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 1994. ...
  9. Parental responsibility, autonomy and genetic enchancement.
    Annegarn, Eric, 2014-06-11T07:05:38Z
    This report analyses the responsibilities and harms that are imposed upon parents when genetic enhancement is made institutionally available and shows that there is a counter-intuitive impact upon parental autonomy. The institutional availability of genetic enhancement may be a good thing and may in ...
  10. The socio-economic bearing of donor aid suspension in Malawi between 2007 and 2011 : a case study of the World Food Programme (WFP) school meals programme in Chiradzulu District.
    Malikebu, Charles, 2014-06-11T08:05:05Z
    In Sub-Saharan Africa, one of the world’s poorest regions, governments heavily rely upon donor Aid in order to sustain their national budgets and address the exacerbation of poverty. Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the region is no exception and part of the cause of the poverty is donor a ...