2020 Publications
1 Tshabalala, N.M., van Wyk, N.C. and Rossouw, S.C., 2019. 
Measures to enhance the cooperation of primigravida patients during vaginal examinations in a midwifery obstetric unit in South Africa.
Gender and Behaviour, 17(4), pp.14169-14179.
2. Miriam Moagi, Mavis Mulaudzi & Annatjie Van Der Wath (2019): 
Support programs for students at higher education institutions in South Africa: an appreciative inquiry study on managing alcohol abuse
Journal of Substance Use, DOI: 10.1080/14659891.2019.1664664
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3. Aphane, M.S., Khumisi, E.T. and Mogale, R.M., 2020. 
“I have a name, I am not mop trolley”; the working relationships in the operating theatre at a selected academic hospital.
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, p.100185.
4. Rasweswe, M.M. & Peu, M.D., 2020, 
‘Occupational exposure to blood and body fluids and use of human immunodeficiency virus post-exposure prophylaxis amongst nurses in a Gauteng province hospital’
Health SA Gesondheid 25(0), a1252. v25i0.1252
5. Ngunyulu RN, Sepeng N, Moeta M, Gambu S, Mulaudzi FM, Peu MD. 
The perspectives of nursing students regarding the incorporation of African traditional indigenous knowledge in the curriculum.
Afr J Prm Health Care Fam Med. 2020;12(1), a2171. phcfm.v12i1.2171
6. Curtis, K., Brysiewicz, P., Shaban, R.Z., Fry, M., Considine, J., Gamboa, F.E.A., Holden, M., Heyns, T. and Peden, M., 2020. 
Nurses responding to the world health organization (WHO) priority for emergency care systems for universal health coverage.
International Emergency Nursing.
7.  Sekgobela, C.B., Peu, D. & De Waal, M., 2020, 
‘Roles of role players in the implementation of schoolbased human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome prevention programmes in local high school settings’
Health SA Gesondheid 25(0), a1301. hsag.v25i0.1301
8. Nkosi, L.J., Mulaudzi, F.M. and Peu, M.D., 2020. 
Challenges Related to the Structure of the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Services in Public Health Facilities in the Tshwane District of Gauteng.
African Journal of Reproductive Health, 24(1), pp.106-114.
9. Sekgobela, G.L., Peu, D.M. & van der Wath, A.E. 2020.
Health-support needs of widows in South Africa: A phenomenological inquiry.
OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying 81(3), 507–522.
10. Janse van Rensburg, E & van der Wath, A. 2020. 
Risk assessment in mental health practice: an integrative review.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing,
11. Ramavhoya, I.T., Maputle, M.S. and Lebese, R.T., 2020. 
Can Women’s Lives be saved from Hypertensive Disorders during Pregnancy? Experiences of South African Midwives.
African Journal of Reproductive Health, 24(2).
12. Phiri, M., Heyns, T. and Coetzee, I., 2020. 
Patients' experiences of triage in an emergency department: A phenomenographic study.
Applied Nursing Research, p.151271.
13. Ntuli, M., Filmalter, C.J., White, Z. and Heyns, T., 2019.
Length of stay and contributing factors in elderly patients who have undergone hip fracture surgery in a tertiary hospital in South Africa. International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing, p.100748.
14. Mostert, K., Sethole, K.M., Khumisi, O., Peu, D., Thambura, J., Ngunyulu, R.N. and Mulaudzi, M.F., 2020.
Sexual knowledge and practice of adolescent learners in a rural South African school. African Health Sciences, 20(1), pp.28-38.
15. Motswasele, G.T.M., Peu, M.D. and Moloko-Phiri, S.S., 2020.
Experiences of Community Health Nurse Specialists in the Tuberculosis Burden Setting. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 22(1), pp.16-pages.
16. Van Heerden, C., Maree, C., Yazbek, M., Janse van Rensburg, E.S. and Leech, R., 2019. One-day workshops, a platform for continuous professional development of nursing staff in a neonatal intensive care unit. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 25(2), pp.252-266.  
17. Maputle, M., Ramavhoya, I., Makhado, L. and Lebese, R., Experiences of midwives and accoucheurs in implementation of pregnancy HIV guidelines in Limpopo province, South Africa. HIV & AIDS Review. International Journal of HIV-Related Problems, 19(2), pp.116-124.
18. Khensane Mengwai, Sphiwe Madiba * and Perpetua Modjadji 
Low Disclosure Rates to Sexual Partners and Unsafe Sexual Practices of Youth Recently Diagnosed with HIV; Implications for HIV Prevention Interventions in South
Department of Public Health, School of Health Care Sciences, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, Pretoria 0001, South Africa; [email protected] (K.M.); [email protected] (P.M.) 
* Correspondence: [email protected]; Tel.: +27–12–521–3093 
Received: 16 June 2020; Accepted: 17 July 2020; Published: 3 August 2020
19. Murigi, M.W., Mogale, R.S. and Moagi, M.W. (2020) Youth’s Perspectives on a Sustainable Model for the Provision of Youth Friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Kenya: A Quantitative Approach. Journal of Biosciences and Medicines, 8, 100-115.
20. MAKHADO, L., Davhana-Maselesele, M., Lebese, R.T. and Maputle, S.M., 2020. Factors facilitating trained NIMART nurses’ adherence to treatment guidelines: A vital matter in the management of TB/HIV treatment in South Africa.
21 Mthethwa, E., de Waal, M., Peu, M.D. and Yazbek, M., 2019. Recommendations to improve antenatal care uptake through community participation and local accountability. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 21(2), pp.1-13.
22. Mothwa NG, Moagi MM, Van der Wath AE. Challenges experienced by South African families caring for state patients on leave of absence. S Afr J Psychiat. 2020;26(0), a1453. 10.4102/sajpsychiatry. v26i0.1453
23. van der Wath, A. and van Wyk, N., 2019. A hermeneutic literature review to conceptualise altruism as a value in nursing. Scandinavian journal of caring sciences.
24. Chapter
Understanding the Science of Indigenous Health System: Key to Sustainable Collaborations
Mbulaheni S. Nemutandani, SJH Hendrick and FM Mulaudzi
25. Combrinck, Y., van Wyk, N.C. and Mogale, R.S., 2020. Nurses’ professional dignity in private health care: a descriptive phenomenological study. International Nursing Review.
26. Morton, D., Topper, K., Bowers, C., Jardien-Baboo, S., Nyangeni, T. and Mabitja, M., 2020. Job satisfaction of nurses working in public hospitals: perceptions of nurse unit managers in South Africa. British Journal of Nursing, 29(17), pp.1024-1029.
27. Skosana, M.T., Peu, M.D. and Mogale, R.S., 2020. Disconnections and exclusions of parents in the prevention of teenage pregnancy: A phenomenological approach. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, p.100251.
28. Ramavhoya, I.T., Maputle, M.S., Ramathuba, D.U., Lebese, R.T. & Netshikweta, L.M., 2020, ‘Managers’ support on implementation of maternal guidelines, Limpopo province, South Africa’, Curationis 43(1), a1949. curationis.v43i1.1949
29. Rasweswe, Melitah M.; Peu, Mmapheko D. 2020. "The South African Nurse’s Knowledge of Occupational Human Immunodeficiency Virus Postexposure Prophylaxis in the Era of Controlled and Stable HIV Prevalence." Appl. Sci. 10, no. 21: 7784.
30.  Peu, MD., Mulaudzi, FM., Rikhotso, SR., Ngunyulu, RN., Rasweswe, MM.  2020.  Reflections on accessing indigenous research settings:  Encounters with traditional health practitioners and leaders in Vhembe district, South Africa.  Culture & Psychology., 0(0) 1-6
31. Scheepers, M., Maree, C. and van Rensburg, E.J., 2020. Competencies for structured professional development of neonatal nurses in South Africa. African Journal of Health Professions Education, 12(3), pp.154-160.
32. Tellie, M.J., Leech, R. & van Wyk, N.C. 2020. Compassion fatigue among nurses: The cost of having a relationship with HIV-positive patients. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 22, 2, 19 pages,
33. Ngunyulu, R.N., Mulaudzi, F.M. and Peu, M.D., 2020. Traditional birth attendants’ experiences during the provision of post-natal care in Mopani District, Limpopo province of South Africa. Health SA Gesondheid, 25, p.8.
34. Van Wyk, NC. 2020 Care for carers: A concept analysis of support for carers of ill relatives. Nursing Forum, DOI:10:1111/nuf.12520.


  2019 Publications
1 Heyns, T., Bresser, P., Buys, T., Coetzee, I., Korkie, E., White, Z. and Mc Cormack, B., 2018. Twelve tips for supervisors to move towards person-centered research supervision in health care sciences. Medical teacher, pp.1-6.
2 Omer, T.Y., Moola, S.M.  2019.  The importance of the Preceptor-Preceptee Relationship in Creating Well Prepared Professionals:  A Make or Break Experience.  Global Journal of Health Sciences, Vol 11, No 1, pp1-14
3 Yazbek, M., Jomeen, J. 2019. Use of the partogram in a private hospital in South Africa. Midwifery 69:128-134.
4 Irene C. Venter & Neltjie C. van Wyk (2019) Experiences of vulnerability due to loss of support by aged parents of emigrated children: a hermeneutic literature review, Community, Work & Family, 22:3, 255-266, DOI: 10.1080/13668803.2018.1517729
5 Nombulelo Veronica Sepeng & Lufuno Makhado (2019) Psychological management intervention guidelines for rape survivors with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): A brief exploratory systematic literature review, Journal of Psychology in Africa, 29:2, 135-140, DOI: 10.1080/14330237.2019.1594631
6 Boersema, G.C., Van Wyk, N.C. and Louw, E.M., 2019. Adaptation and validation of a self‐report measure of youth‐friendly primary healthcare services. International nursing review.
7 Mabala, J., van der Wath, A. and Moagi, M., 2019. Newly qualified nurses’ perceptions of working at mental health facilities: A qualitative study. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing.
8 Froneman, C., Van Wyk, N.C. and Mogale, R.S., 2017. Enhancing the professional dignity of midwives: A phenomenological study. Nursing ethics, p.0969733017739781.
9 Moeta, M.E. and Suzette, M., 2019. Use of scenarios to explore conflict management practices of nurse unit managers in public hospitals. Curationis, 42(1), p.11.
10 Redley, B., Phiri, L.M., Heyns, T., Wang, W. and Han, C.Y., 2019. Family needs during critical illness in the Emergency Department: A retrospective factor analysis of data from three countries. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28:2813-2823.
11 Tjale, M.P., Bhana, VM, Mulaudzi, FM.  2017. The utilisation of performance management and development system for continuous professional development of nurse educators in Gauteng Nursing Colleges (Doctoral dissertation, University of Pretoria).
12 Chapter in a Book
Book:  Basic Nursing Ethics in Practice
Third Edition – FM Mulaudzi
Chapter 1:  The meaning and value of nursing
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Book:  Basic Nursing Ethics in Practice
Third Edition – FM Mulaudzi
Chapter 5:  Patient advocacy
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Book:  Basic Nursing Ethics in Practice
Third Edition – FM Mulaudzi
Chapter 6:  Caring
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Book:  Basic Nursing Ethics in Practice
Third Edition – FM Mulaudzi
Chapter 8:  Ethical dilemmas
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Book:  Basic Nursing Ethics in Practice
Third Edition – FM Mulaudzi
Chapter 9:  Health research ethics
17 Mashia, E.O., Van Wyk, N.C. and Leech, R., 2019. Support of adolescents to resist peer pressure and coercion to sexual activity. International nursing review.
18 van der Wath A. Women exposed to intimate partner violence: a Foucauldian discourse analysis of South African emergency nurses’ perceptions.
Afri Health Sci.2019;19(2): 1849-1857.
19 Vangi E. Ngwane & Anna E. van der Wath (2019) The psychosocial needs of parents of adolescents who attempt suicide, Journal of Psychology in Africa, 29:4, 375-382, DOI: 10.1080/14330237.2019.1647494
20 Mogale, Ramadimetja S. and Richter, Solina (2019). Prosecuting Violence against Women in South African Courts: A Reflection of the Legal Culture from an Afrocentric Perspective. Journal of International Women's Studies, 20(7), 90-101. Available at:
21 Ireen T. Ramavhoya, Maria S. Maputle, Rachel T. Lebese, Dorah U. Ramathuba & Lizzy M. Netshikweta (2019): Managing hypertensive disorders during pregnancy in low resource settings, Hypertension in Pregnancy, DOI: 10.1080/10641955.2019.1651333 To link to this article:
22 Musie MR, Peu MD, Bhana-Pema V. Factors hindering midwives’ utilisation of alternative birth positions during labour in a selected public hospital. Afr J Prm Health Care Fam Med. 2019;11(1), a2071.
23 van Wyngaarden, A., Leech, R. and Coetzee, I., 2019. Challenges nurse educators experience with development of student nurses’ clinical reasoning skills. Nurse Education in Practice, p.102623.
24 Gopolang Sekgobela, Mmapheko Peu & Annatjie van der Wath (2019): “They brought my smile back”: A phenomenological description of widows’ experiences of psychosocial support, Death Studies, DOI: 10.1080/07481187.2019.1671542 To link to this article:
25 Tellie, M.J., Leech, R. and van Wyk, N., 2019. Strategies for Nurses in Antiretroviral Clinics to Mitigate Symptoms of Compassion Fatigue. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 21(1), pp.18-pages.
26 To cite this article: Nombulelo Veronica Sepeng & Lufuno Makhado (2019) Present practices of rape care management in Thuthuzela Care Centres of the North West Province, Journal of Psychology in Africa, 29:5, 516-519, DOI: 10.1080/14330237.2019.1677057
To link to this article:
27 Chapter in a Book
Brysiewicz, P.; Redley, B.; de Beer, J.; Gondwe, W.T.M. & Heyns, T. 2019. Communication with patients and families. In Checkett, K.A., Wallis, L.A. & Reynolds, T. AFEM Handbook of Acute and Emergency Care. 2nd Edition. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.
55 Chapter in a Book
Redley, B., Brysiewicz, P. & Heyns, T. 2019. Communication within the acute care-team. In Checkett, K.A., Wallis, L.A. & Reynolds, T. AFEM Handbook of Acute and Emergency Care. 2nd Edition. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.
28 Nombulelo, NV. & Mogale, S.  2019.  Activism against Women and Children Abuse - 16 Days versus 365 Days.   Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery ISSN 2520-5293 (Online) Volume 21 | Number 1 | 2019 | #5290 | 2 pages © Unisa Press 2019
29 Rheeder P, Marcus T, editors.  Living with Diabetes: Starting insulin - adding years to your life and quality to your years.  Pretoria: TIP University of Pretoria; 2019   (Contributing Authors:  Prof T Heyns & Dr CJ Filmalter)
30 Moeta, M., Mogale, R.S., Mgolozeli, S.E., Moagi, M.M. and Pema-Bhana, V., 2019. Integrating African Traditional Health Knowledge and Practices into Health Sciences Curricula in Higher Education: An Imbizo Approach. International Journal of African Renaissance Studies-Multi-, Inter-and Transdisciplinarity, 14(1), pp.67-82.
31 Van Heerden, C., Maree, C., Yazbek, M., Janse van Rensburg, E.S. & Leech, R. 2019. One-day workshops, a platform for continuous professional development of nursing staff in a neonatal intensive care unit. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education 25(2):252-266.
32 van der Wath, A. and van Wyk, N., 2019. A hermeneutic literature review to conceptualise altruism as a value in nursing. Scandinavian journal of caring sciences.
33 Annah Sefolosha, Neltjie van Wyk & Annatjie van der Wath (2019): Reframing Personal and Professional Values: A Substantive Theory of Facilitating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Youth-Inclusive Primary Health Care by Nurses, Journal of Homosexuality, DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2019.1696106 To link to this article:
  2018 Publications
1 Mogale RS.  2018. Responding to the ancestors’ call: dissemination and translation of Afrikan-based research within scientific territory In (ed) (2018) State and Development in Post-Independent Africa. Pan-African University Press,1st edition ISBN 978-1943533312
2 Nemutandani SM, Hendricks SJ, Mulaudzi MF. 2018. Decolonising the mindsets, attitudes and practices of the allopathic and indigenous health practitioners in postcolonial society: An exploratory approach in the management of patients. Afr J Prm Health Care Fam Med.10(1), a1518.
3 Manaka, D., van der Wath, A. and Moagi, M., 2018. People with severe and profound intellectual disability: Nurse carer experiences in a South African setting. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 28(1), pp.69-72.
4 De Lange, S., Van Eeden, I. and Heyns, T., 2017. Patient handover in the emergency department: ‘How’ is as important as ‘what’. International emergency nursing,36:pp46-50.
5 Moagi, M., Wyatt, G., Mokgobi, M., Loeb, T., Zhang, M., and Davhana-Maselesele, M.  2018.  Mozambican immigrants to South Africa:  Their xenophobia and discrimination experiences.  Journal of Psychology in Africa. 28(3):  196-200.  https:
6 Sekgobela, G., L., Peu, M., D., and van der Wath, A.E.  2018.  Health-Support Needs of Widows in South Africa:  A Phenomenological Inquiry.  OMEGA – Journal of Death and Dying.  0(0) 1-16. DOI:  10.1177/0030222818786416
7 Rossouw, S., Heyns, T. and Botma, Y., 2018. Towards a conceptual framework to guide the education of paediatric nurse experts. Gender and Behaviour, 16(1), pp.10686-10699
8 Maree, C., Yazbek, M. & Leech, R., 2018, ‘Process of development of a contemporary curriculum in advanced midwifery’, Health SA Gesondheid 23(0), a1037. v23i0.1037
9 Filmalter, C.J., Heyns, T. and Ferreira, R., 2017. Forensic patients in the emergency department: Who are they and how should we care for them?. International emergency nursing.
10 Mulaudzi, F.M., Mogale R.S & Masoga, M. A. (2018). Revisiting Current Nursing Ethics:  Can Ubuntu Foster an Environment for Ethics of Care? In (ed 2018). Ubuntu  and Personhood  Africa World Press, Trenton, New Jersey. ISBNs:9781569025819( HB) 9781569025826 (PB)
11 Van Wyk, N., 2018, ‘The experiences of female ministers in counselling female rape survivors: A phenomenological study’, HTS Teologiese Studies/ Theological Studies 74(4), a5052. 10.4102/hts.v74i4.5052
12 Msibi, P.N., Mogale, R., De Waal, M. & Ngcobo, N., 2018, ‘Using e-Delphi to formulate and appraise the guidelines for women’s health concerns at a coal mine: A case study’, Curationis 41(1), a1934. curationis.v41i1.1934
13 Mgolozeli, S.E., Shilubane, H.N., Khoza, L.B. and Nesamvuni, C.N., 2018. Perceived Roles of Fathers in the Promotion, Support and Protection of Breastfeeding. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 20(2), p.1-19.
14 De Jager, GL., Yazbek, M & Heyns, T. 2018. Exploring Pregnant Women’s Choice of Elective Induction of Labour. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery 20(2).
15 Dibakwane ST, Peu MD. Experiences of school health nurses regarding the provision of the school health service delivery in the Tshwane district. Afr J Prm Health Care Fam Med. 2018;10(1), a1807. https:// 10.4102/phcfm. v10i1.1807
16 van Rensburg, GH, Botma, Y, Heyns, T & Coetzee, IM. 2018. Creative strategies to support student learning through reflection.  South African Journal of Higher Education,  32(6): 604-618.
24 Rasweswe, M.M., and Peu, M.D. 2018. Nurses’ opinions about occupational HIV PEP services at a public hospital in Tshwane district, South Africa. African Journal for Physical activity and Health Sciences (AJPHES), pp40-49.
25 Coetzee, I.M., Heyns, T., Botma, Y. and van Rensburg, G.H., 2018. Collaborative learning: key considerations for nurse educators. Gender and Behaviour, 16(3), pp.12111-12117.

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