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  • Editorial 
    van der Wal, Dirk (Unisa, 2012)
    This year, 2012, marks the fifteenth consecutive year of publication of the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) and its fifth year of publication as an academic journal accredited by South Africa's Department ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2009)
    At the first editorial board meeting of 2009, it was decided that the AJNM should strive to publish nine worthwhile articles per issue, and continue to publish two issues per year. Some past issues contained only five ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2009)
    Nurses and midwives throughout Africa face dire consequences of HIVAIDS in their daily lives. Much of Africa's healthcare resources are spent on HIV / AIDS. Worldwide many research reports have been published on HIV / ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2012)
    Getting an issue of the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) ready for submission to the printers poses numerous challenges. Most of these challenges are attributable to its three divergent objectives which the ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (2013)
    When the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) was evaluated to become an academic accredited journal in 2007 (and to be listed by South Africa's Department of Higher Education and Training as such since 2008), ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2010)
    The AJNM (Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery) published nine articles in both issues of 2009 and 2010. During 2011 we hope to publish three issues, and in 2012 four issues, with ten articles in each. This will improve ...
  • Editorial 
    Mogotlane, S.M. (Unisa, 2008)
    The Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery is proud to announce its inclusion in the South African list of 8 approved journals from January 2008. This is a milestone of great importance as the journal (AJNM) will provide ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2006)
    At the beginning of the 5th century, Jerome sent a letter to Laeta, the daughter of his co-ascetic Paula, on how to raise a female child. Jerome, in short, views disembodiment as redemption, and therefore also as ...
  • Mazibuko, Sibonginkosi Godfrey (2000-11)
    The importance of formal education in socioeconomic development is an established fact. Formal education leads to better living standards through improved productivity, health and earnings. However, opportunities to acquire ...
  • Ratlhagane, Kgomotso J. (2009-08)
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  • Rich, Eileen Patricia (2009-08)
    The present study explored the effect of the birth of a child with a cleft lip and palate on family functioning within the context of family systems theory. Five families, each with a child who was born with a cleft lip ...
  • Walsingham, Vicky Joan (2010-02)
    The goal of the study was to determine whether there would be a significant improvement in preschool children’s emotional intelligence when a Gestalt intervention programme was implemented. The research was conducted ...
  • Okon, Edet Ani; Ngulube, Patrick; Onyancha, Omwoyo Bosire (Science Publishing Group, 2014)
    The aim of the paper was to investigate the effect of accessibility and utilization of electronic resources on productivity of academic staff in Nigerian universities. A survey method was used in the study, with a questionnaire ...
  • Constantinou, Melany (2009-08-25)
    A child diagnosed with a life-threatening illness such as cancer, and is hospitalized for extensive periods of time, is faced with innumerable stressful and traumatic circumstances. This emotionally challenging life ...
  • Peterson, William (1995-11)
    Modern organisations are facing many challenges that are threatening their survival. These challenges come in the form of social, political, economic and rapid ongoing technological change. As organisations search for ...
  • Cave, Jeanie (2009-08-25)
    Neuropsychologists are becoming increasingly aware that there is a complex interplay of cognitive, personality, and sociocultural factors that affect an individual's performance on neuropsychological tests. The current ...
  • Oyetunji, Christianah Oluwatoyin (2011-11)
    At every educational level reading is a powerful tool for academic success because it provides students with access to information. Comprehension is crucial to reading. Many students at Lobatse College of Education, Botswana, ...
  • Abd Al-Magid, Mohammed Al-Mamun (2009-08-25)
    This study is an attempt to determine the impact of teachers' attitudes on their classroom behaviour and therefore on their implementation of the Communicative Approach. A descriptive case study was conducted at six ...
  • De Wet, Karen Jeanne (2009-08-25)
    This research was undertaken to establish the effect incarceration of individuals in the total institution called prison has on the incarcerated individuals. A literature study along with an empirical study, with 17 ...
  • Venter, Henriette (2011-02)
    Performing multiple tasks simultaneously is proposed to have an influence on the amount of mental resources available for attending to incoming stimuli’s. Concentration is presumed to be divided between focussing on ...

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