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Research outputs: MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS
2010 Drug prescription habits in public and private health facilities in 2 provinces in South Africa
The aim of this study was to explore drug prescription habits using WHO standard indicators in 15 public hospitals and 36 private surgeries ...
This paper explores the motivations underlying the specialisation choices of six female specialist doctors working in Cape Town, South Afric...
2010 The use of EUROPEP in South Africa: an internationally standardised instrument to evaluate general practice
The study examined the psychometric properties of the South African (isiXhosa) version of the European Task Force for Patient Evaluation of ...