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Research outputs: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTRES
2018 Identifying micro-level generative mechanisms of ICT-enabled performance improvement in resource-constrained healthcare organisations: a critical realist perspective
Healthcare studies in the information and communication technology for development (ICT4D) domain have attempted to understand how technolog...Download this report
2016 A qualitative exploration of the meaning and understanding of male partner involvement among men in pre- and post-natal care: a study at health care clinics, Mpumalanga province, South Africa
Male partner involvement (MPI) in the implementation of PMTCT programmes has recently been highlighted as a key aspect that can lead to impr...Download this report
2012 Prevalence of psychological distress and associated factors in tuberculosis patients in public primary case clinics in South Africa
Psychological distress has been rarely investigated among tuberculosis patients in low resource settings despite the fact that mental ill he...
2012 Prevalence of post-traumatic stress symptoms and associated factors in tuberculosis (TB), TB retreatment and/or TB-HIV co-infected primary public health-care patients in three districts in South Africa
High rates of tuberculosis (TB) and TB/HIV co-infection is often linked with mental health issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PT...