Research outputs

Access is provided to research outputs generated by HSRC researchers since 2000. All research outputs are provided free of charge to the public, with the exception of confidential reports. Where possible the full-text is provided for immediate download. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of an output which is not immediately available for download, please contact the Digital Curation Team at researchoutputs@hsrc.ac.za.

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Research outputs: PATIENTS

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2016 The presence of a patient's voice in the care process: implications for patient-centeredness

A patient-centred approach to care is increasingly recognised as the hallmark of adequate healthcare delivery since it allows a holistic app...

2013 Screening and brief interventions for hazardous and harmful alcohol use among hospital outpatients in South Africa: results from a randomized controlled trial

High prevalence rates of hazardous and harmful alcohol use have been found in a hospital outpatient setting in South Africa. Hospital settin...

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2012 Patient experiences and health system responsiveness among older adults in South Africa

As populations age, health systems must adapt and develop approaches that meet the needs of older patients with increasing multiple chronic ...

2011 Patient satisfaction with primary health care services in a selected district municipality of the Eastern Cape of South Africa

Traditionally, decisions about health services were made on the basis of health-provider and health authorities' views on what is in the bes...