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A virtual appreciative coaching and mentoring programme to support novice nurse researchers in Africa
The conventional model of nurse research education and support has shown itself to be deficient in the face of the rapidly changing health care and educational environments. This is more so in the… Expand
Cyclic efforts to improve completion rates of masters' degree students in nursing.
Supervisors at Higher Education Institutions are challenged to shorten throughput of Master's degree students in nursing as researchers are needed to improve the art and science of the nursing… Expand
Supervision of post-graduate students in higher education
Knowledge transfer is an inevitable process in higher education where research outputs are largely associated with the production of Masters’ and Doctoral graduates. The supervision of postgraduate… Expand
TEACHING AND SUPERVISING RESEARCH: CHALLENGES OF NOVICE EDUCATORS
Nurse educators play a pivotal role in strengthening the nursing workforce. They serve as role models and provide the leadership needed to implement evidencebased practice. To be successful in this… Expand
Protection of the human research participant: A structured review.
- L. Roets
- South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse…
- 22 September 2017
The history of health research, and concerns about the protection of human participants, dates back as far as the 1800s. The regulation, legislation and ethics-review requirements regarding the… Expand
Scholarship of discovery : enhancing a research culture in nursing colleges
The scholarship of nursing depends on the research culture in institutions. Not all higher education institutions globally expect from diploma prepared nurses to be research trained, but it is… Expand
The Research Supervisor's Expertise or Postgraduate Student Preparedness: Which Is the Real Concern?
The increased number of postgraduate students has contributed to an increased need for competent researchers locally and internationally. This raises questions about the supervisor’s competency and… Expand
Learning through reflection: Supervising DRC master’s degree students within the open distance and learning context
- L. Roets
- Computer Science
- 10 July 2013
The internationalisation of higher education is a global imperative that impacts on students and supervision practices in various ways. Expand
Health system challenges: An obstacle to the success of isoniazid preventive therapy.
BACKGROUND The researchers identified infection with HIV as the strongest risk factor in the reactivation of latent tuberculosis (TB) infection or progression to active disease. Isoniazid preventive… Expand
Faculty's experience of a formal mentoring programme: the perfect fit
Background The aging academic cohort in the faculty of health sciences necessitates transfer of knowledge and skills as a crucial component of sustainability. Formal mentoring programmes at higher… Expand