Teaching and Learning

Dean: Teaching and Learning: Professor Sinegugu Duma

School Academic Leaders of Teaching and Learning:

Schools of Health Sciences: Verusia Chetty

SLLMS: Irene Mackraj

SCM: Serela Ramklaas

SNPH: Mergan Naidoo

SSS: Saloschini Pillay

JOURNAL SUBMISSIONS FOR COMPILATION 2017 EDITION

  1. A pilot of the use of Short Message Service (SMS) as a training tool for anaesthesia nurses. (Duys, R, Duma, S and Dyer R, 2017)
  2. Upskilling nursing students and nurse practitioners to initiate and manage patients on ART: An outcome evaluation of the UKZN NIMART course. (Mnqibisa, R,Muzigaba. M, Ncama, BP, Pillay, S and Reddy, N.N, 2017)
  3. Developing, implementing and evaluating a simulation learning package on post-partum haemorrhage for undergraduate midwifery students in KwaZulu-Natal. (Amod H.B and Brysiewicz, 2017)
  4. An evaluation of the emergency care training workshops in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. (Naidoo, M, 2017)
  5. Benefits of Group Learning As a Collaborative Strategy in a Diverse Higher Education Context (Van Wyk, J and Hafajee, F, 2017)
  6. Use of role-play and community engagement to teach parasitic diseases (Hafejee, F, Van Wyk and Hira, 2017)
  7. Fanning and refueling the flickering flame of faculty development (Van Wyk, 2017)
  8. A Rose By Other Names: Some General Musings on Lawrence and Colleagues’ Hidden Curriculum Scoping Review (Hafferty, F.W and Martimianakis, M.A, 2017)
  9. The relevance and role of homestays in medical education: a scoping study. (Hughes, B.M, Moshabela, M, Owen, J and Gaede, B, 2017)
  10. Impact of the learning environment on career intentions of paediatric interns. (Naidoo, K.L, Van Wyk, J and Adzikari, M, 2017)
  11. The Hidden Curricula of Medical Education:A Scoping Review. (C, Mhlaba, T, Moletsane, R, Gaede, B and Moshabela. M, 2017)
  12. Mastering your Fellowship. (Von Pressentin, Naidoo, M and Mabuza, L.H, 2017)
  13. Mastering your Fellowship. (Naidoo, M, Mabuza, H.L, Ross, A and Scweitzer, B, 2017)
  14. Mastering your Fellowship. (Naidoo, M, Mabuza, H AND Ross, A, 2017)
  15. Mastering your Fellowship. (Von Pressentin, K.B, Naidoo, M and Mabuza, L.H, 2017)
  16. EXPERIENCES OF NURSE GRADUATES OF AN INTEGRATED HIV CURRICULUM FROM A SELECTED UNIVERSITY IN SOUTH AFRICA. (Naidoo, R.J, Ngcobo, S, Ncana, B and Brysiewicz, P, 2017)
  17. Community stakeholders’ perspectives on the role of occupational therapy in primary healthcare: Implications for practice. (Naidoo, D, Van Wyk, J and Joubert, R, 2017)
  18. Supervision on Social Media: Use and Perception of Facebook as a Research Education Tool in Disadvantaged Areas. (Pimmer, C, Chipps, J, Brysiewicz, P, Walters, F and Lixen, S, 2017)
  19. Physiotherapy postgraduate studies in South Africa: Facilitators and barriers. (Cobbin, S, Maddocks, S, Govender, S, Khan, S, Mbhele, M, Naidoo, K, Tootla, S and Weston, C, 2017)
  20. Developing social accountability in 1st-year medical students: A case study from the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, Durban, South Africa. (Van Wyk, J.M, Knight, S.E, Dlungwane, T and Glajchen, S, 2017)
  21. Medical Education in Decentralized Settings: How Medical Students Contribute to Health Care in 10 Sub-Saharan African Countries. (Talib, Z, Van Schalkwyk,S, Couper,I, Pattanaik, S, Khadija Turay,

Sagay, S.A, Baingana, R, Baird, S, Gaede, B, Kibore, M, Manongi, R, Matsika, M, Mogodi, M, Ramucesse, R, Heather Ross, Simuyeba, M and Haile-Mariam, D

 

  1. Does gender impact on female doctors’ experiences in the training and practice of surgery? A single centre study.(Umoetok, F, Van Wyk, J and Madiba, T.E, 2017)