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Research outputs: MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS
2005 Physicians' transmission-prevention-assessment and counseling practices with their HIV-positive patients in Limpopo province, South Africa
2004 Book review: Illiffe, J. (2002) East African doctors: a history of the modern profession. Kampala: Fountain Publishers. 336 p. ISBN 9970023039
The aim of this study was to identify job stress and burnout symptoms among randomly selected South African medical practitioners from a nat...
Male(volent) medicine: tensions and contradictions in the gendered re/construction of the medical profession in South Africa
This paper reports on findings from a recent study, which investigated the reasons underlying, possible gendered attrition trends in the Sou...