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Research outputs: SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE
It is not clear what effect socioeconomic factors have on adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) among patients in low- and middle-income...Download this report
2012 Reconceptualising engagement: a conceptual framework for analysing university interaction with external social partners
Currently in universities there is a widespread and formal promotion of ''community engagement'', but there is also conceptual confusion, de...
While access to postsecondary education in Canada has increased over the past decade, a number of recent studies demonstrate that youth from...
Educational reform in South Africa envisions schooling where all students, irrespective of their background characteristics, have the opport...