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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SELF-STUDY
2016 Networkism: transcontinental dialoguing about co-facilitating transdisciplinary self-study professional learning communities
In South Africa, every postgraduate (master's or doctoral) student is usually assigned one academic advisor, known as a supervisor. The trad...
2015 Breathing under water: a transcontinental conversation about the "why" of co-facilitating transdiscilinary self-study learning communities
The preceding chapters in this book exemplify polyvocal professional learning through self-study research as phenomenon (what) and method (h...
2014 'Walking our talk': exploring supervision of postgraduate self-study research through metaphor drawing
The authors of this article portray their learning as a group of eight academics who met to examine the roles and relationships of superviso...