Publications

 

  1. Research outputs

Department

       

Human Nutrition

  1. Nel S, Pattinson RC, Vannevel V, Feucht UD, Mulol H, Wenhold FA. Integrated growth assessment in the first 1000 d of life: an interdisciplinary conceptual framework. Public Health Nutr. 2023 May 12:1-16. doi: 10.1017/S1368980023000940. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 37170908.

  2. Nel S, Feucht UD, Mulol H, Wenhold FA. Association of Prenatal Placental Function with Anthropometry and Body Composition through 2 years of Age in South African Infants: The UmbiBaby Study. J Nutr. 2023 Apr;153(4):958-969. doi: 10.1016/j.tjnut.2023.02.007. Epub 2023 Feb 10. PMID: 36775243.

  3. [P Pisa] Tomescu S, Crompton T, Adebayo J, et al. Factors associated with viral load non-suppression in people living with HIV on ART in Nigeria: cross-sectional analysis from 2017 to 2021. BMJ Open 2023;13:e065950. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2022-065950

  4. Tshiambara, P.; Hoffman, M.; Legodi, H.; Botha, T.; Mulol, H.; Pisa, P.; Feucht, U. Comparison of Feeding Practices and Growth of Urbanized African Infants Aged 6–12 Months Old by Maternal HIV Status in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Nutrients 2023, 15, 1500. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu15061500

  5. Jassat W, Abdool Karim SS, Ozougwu L, Welch R, Mudara C, Masha M, Rousseau P, Wolmarans M, Selikow A, Govender N, Walaza S, von Gottberg A, Wolter N, Terrence Pisa P, Sanne I, Govender S, Blumberg L, Cohen C, Groome MJ; DATCOV Author Group. Trends in Cases, Hospitalizations, and Mortality Related to the Omicron BA.4/BA.5 Subvariants in South Africa. Clin Infect Dis. 2023 Apr 17;76(8):1468-1475. doi: 10.1093/cid/ciac921. PMID: 36453094; PMCID: PMC10110264.

Nursing Science

  1. Nefale, F., Sepeng, N.V. & Ngunyulu, R., 2023, ‘Work-related support needs of registered nurses in a neonatal intensive care unitin the Tshwane District’, Health SA Gesondheid 28(0), a1764. https://doi. org/10.4102/hsag.v28i0.1764

 

  1. Masimula, Q.K., van der Wath, A.E. and Coetzee-Prinsloo, I., 2023. Implementing a program to transform the workplace culture towards person-centeredness in a public nursing education institution in South Africa. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, p.100541

  2. .Nefale, F., Sepeng, N.V. and Ngunyulu, R., 2023. Work-related support needs of registered nurses in a neonatal intensive care unit in the Tshwane District. Health SA Gesondheid, 28, p.8.

  3. Masimula, Q.K., van der Wath, A.E. and Coetzee-Prinsloo, I., 2023. Implementing a program to transform the workplace culture towards person-centeredness in a public nursing education institution in South Africa. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 18, p.100541.

  4. Madisa, M., Filmalter, C.J. and Heyns, T., 2022. Considerations for promoting the implementation of work-based interprofessional education programmes: A scoping review. Nurse Education Today, p.105617.

  5. Brittz, K., Madisa, M., Hugo-Van Dyk, L., Filmalter, C. and Heyns, T., 2023. A Cost-Effective Work-Based Interprofessional Collaboration Program for Healthcare Professionals. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD), 13(1), pp.1-16.

  6. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 1:  Communication discordance among health care professionals and indigenous patients – 2023 - Seepaneng S. Moloko-Phiri, Nombulelo V. Sepeng & Jeanette M. Sebaena

  7. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 2:  Indigenous practices in health care promotion and diseases preention – 2023 - Thifhelimbilu I. Ramavhoya & Tintswalo V. Nesengani

  8. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 3:  Wearing of artefacts for preventive and promotive care:  An African indigenous practice of go thekga during infancy – 2023 - Masetopana E. Ramaube, Moselene A.R. du Plessis & Ramadimetja S. Mogale

  9. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 6:  African indigenous beliefs and practices during pregnancy, birth and after birth – 2023 - Maurine R. Musie, Rafiat A. Anokwuru, Roinah N. Ngunyulu & Sanele Lukhele

  10. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 8:  Indigenous knowledge, beliefs, practices and treatments of menopause among females of African descent - Melitah M. Rasweswe & Fhumulani M. Mulaudzi 

  11. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 9:  Sexually transmitted infections:  An indigenous African context – Fhumulani M. Mulaudzi & Melitah M. Rasweswe. 

  12. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 11:  Same-sex intimate relationships and marriages among African indigenous people - Jeanette M. Sebaeng, Seepaneng S. Moloko-Phiri, Ramadimetja S. Mogale & Azwihangwisi H. Mavhandu-Mudzus 

  13. Book:  Working with indigenous knowledge - Strategies for health professionals Chapter 12:  The role of patriarchy and its influences on domestic violences against females and children in Africa:  An indigenous perspective - Nombulelo V. Sepeng, Seepaneng S. Moloko-Phiri & Fhumulani M. Mulaudzi

  14. Bella Sepalamelo, Prof S. Mogale and Rossouw, S. 2023. “Exploring the practices that occupational health nurse practitioners use when implementing the hearing conservation program in selected manufacturing and mining industries in Gauteng”, International Journal of Development Research, 13, (02), 61517-61519.

  15. Ramphisa, M.J., Rasweswe, M.M., Mooa, R.S. and Seretlo, R.J., 2023. The support systems offered by the sexual partners of people living with HIV/AIDS: A qualitative study. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, p.100562.

  16. Rasetshwane, I., Sepeng, N.V. & Mooa, R.S., 2023, ‘Psychometric properties of a clinical assessment tool in the postgraduate midwifery programme, Botswana’, Curationis 46(1), a2404. https://doi.org/10.4102/ curationis. v46i1.2404

  17. Balbadhur, R., Rudman, E., Janse van Rensburg, M. and Heyns, T., 2023. A Qualitative Study of Occupational Therapists’ Understanding of Spirituality in South Africa. Journal of religion and health, 62(2), pp.1194-1206.

  18. Namulondo, S., Rasweswe, M.M. and Mooa, R.S., 2023. Blended learning during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic: Attitudes of nurse educators in Gauteng. Health SA Gesondheid, 28, p.8.

  19. van der Wath, A., 2023. Role of nursing education to facilitate nursing students' competency to recognise and respond to intimate partner violence. Evidence based nursing.

  20. Mudau, D.O., Mulaudzi, F.M., Sepeng, N.V. and Anokwuru, R., 2023. Assessing HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Uptake and Retention Amongst Young Females in Gauteng Province. AIDS and Behavior, 27(4), pp.1182-1187.

  21. Themba, M.H., Yazbek, M. and Loots, T., 2022. Implementation of the National Cervical Cancer Screening Programme in the Thabachweu Region of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. Cancer Care Research Online, 2(4), p.e033.

  22. Shokane, M.A., Mogale, R.S. and Maree, C., 2023. Preparing for implementation of family-integrated neonatal care by healthcare providers in a district hospital of Limpopo Province. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, p.100575.

Occupational Therapy 

  1. van Niekerk, K., Dada, S., & Tönsing, M. K. (2023). A Framework for the Selection of Assistive Technology for the Classroom. In S. Halder, S. Dada, & R. Banerjee (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Inclusive Education for Teacher Educators: Issues, Considerations, and Strategies (First Ed.). Routledge India.

  2. Uys, C.J.E. (2023). Functional seating and positioning for classroom participation. In S. Halder, S. Dada, & R. Banerjee (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Inclusive Education for Teacher Educators: Issues, Considerations, and Strategies (First Ed.). Routledge India.

  3. R Balbadhur, E Rudman, M Janse van Resburg, T Heyns.  A qualitative study of Occupational Therapists understanding of Spirituality in South Africa Journal of Religious, and Health 2023 Apr;62(2):1194-1206. doi: 10.1007/s10943-022-01552-2. Epub 2022 Apr 28.

  4. K van Niekerk, SR da Silva, C Swart, M Hugo, ZP Flatela, AJ van Vuuren., 2023. Physical activity resource needs of occupational therapists in primary public health care in Gauteng, South Africa, SA journal of Occupational Therapy 53(1)

  5. K van Niekerk, S Dada, K Tonsing., 2023 Perspectives of rehabilitation professionals on assistive technology provision to young children in South Africa: a national survey. Disability and Rehabilitation:Assistive Technology,18(5)

Physiotherapy 

  1. de Jager, I., Schwellnus, M., Sewry, N., Viljoen, C., Korkie, E., Swanevelder, S. and Jordaan, E., 2022. Males, Older Age, Increased Training, Chronic Diseases, Allergies, and History of Injury Are Independent Risk Factors Associated With a History of Exercise-Associated Muscle Cramping in Distance Runners in 76 654 Race Entrants–SAFER XXIX. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, pp.10-1097.

  2. Mackay, L., Jones, B., van Rensburg, D.C.C.J., Hall, F., Alexander, L., Atkinson, K., Baldrey, P., Bedford, A., Cormack, S., Clarke, J., Carel Thomas Viljoen,and Croft, H., 2023. Consensus on a netball video analysis framework of descriptors and definitions by the netball video analysis consensus group. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 57(8), pp.441-449.

  3. Bezuidenhout, L., Rhoda, A., Moulaee Conradsson, D., Mothabeng, J. and Joseph, C., 2023. The Role of Environmental Factors on Health Conditions, General Health and Quality of Life in Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries in South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 20(9), p.5709.

  4. Gilfillan, I., Mothabeng, D. J., & van Heerden, A. (2023). Feasibility of ballistic strength training to improve mobility of inpatients with traumatic brain injury: A study protocol. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 51(1), S1–S8.https://doi.org/10.15619/NZJP/51.1.08

  5. Opoku, B., de Beer-Brandon, C.R., Quartey, J. and Mshunqane, N., 2023. Effects of brisk walking on fasting blood glucose and blood pressure in diabetic patients. Journal of Insulin Resistance, 6(1), p.7.

  6. Africa, L.E., Human, A. and Tshabalala, M.D., 2023. Participation patterns of children with cerebral palsy: A caregiver’s perspective. African Journal of Disability, 12, p.1058.

  7. Mohammed, T., Nyante, G.G. and Mothabeng, J.D., 2023. Perceptions of health professionals on structure and process of stroke rehabilitation in Ghana. African Journal of Disability (Online), 12, pp.1-11.

  8. Mohammed, T., Nyante, G.G. and Mothabeng, J.D., 2023. The impact of rehabilitation on the community life of stroke survivors in Accra, Ghana. South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 79(1), p.1839.

  9. Lord, S., Naidoo, V. and Mostert, K., 2023. Lifestyle interventions in comorbid mental and physical illness: A systematic review protocol. The South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 79(1).

  10. Magida, N., Myezwa, H. and Mudzi, W., 2023, June. Factors Informing the Development of a Clinical Pathway and Patients’ Quality of Life after a Non-Union Fracture of the Lower Limb. In Healthcare (Vol. 11, No. 12, p. 1810). MDPI.

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