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Paediatric HIV/AIDS disclosure : towards a developmental and process-oriented approach
(Taylor & Francis, 2007)
As antiretroviral therapy becomes more widely available in low-resource settings and children with HIV/AIDS live for longer periods, disclosure of HIV diagnosis to infected children is becoming increasingly important. This ...
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Patterns of alien plant distribution at multiple spatial scales in a large national park: Implications for ecology, management and monitoring
Aim Spatial scale is critical for understanding and managing biological invasions. In providing direction to managing alien plant invasions, much emphasis is placed on collecting spatially explicit data. However, insufficient ...
Africa's first emergency medicine training program at the University of Cape Town/Stellenbosch University: History, progress, and lessons learned
Africa's first residency training program in emergency medicine (EM) was established at the University of Cape Town (UCT)/Stellenbosch University (SUN) in 2004. There have since been four classes for a total of 29 graduates ...
Controls to hydrothermal gold mineralization in the Witwatersberg Goldfield; situated in the floor to the south of the Bushveld Complex, South Africa
An exploration programme over the Blaauwbank group of gold deposits in the Witwatersberg Goldfield, which lies to the south and in the footwall of the Bushveld Complex, South Africa, has shown that these deposits possess ...
Semenology training programs: 8 years' experience
Objective: To evaluate the immediate effect of hands-on training on the quality of technical skills of laboratory technicians. Design: Retrospective analytical study. Setting: Academic institutions and private infertility ...
Klein River Estuary (South Africa): 2D numerical modelling of estuary breaching
2D numerical modelling of the breaching process of the Klein River Estuary in South Africa was carried out. The model was calibrated on field data and performs reasonably well, and is able to simulate the ebb and flood ...
Nitrogen dynamics in land cleared of alien vegetation (Acacia Saligna) and impacts on groundwater at Riverlands nature reserve (Western Cape, South Africa)
Woody invading alien plants, many of which are nitrogen-fixing legumes (Fabaceae family), are currently cleared in South African catchments to reduce water loss and preserve streamflow, and for the restoration of the ...
In support of water-resource planning - Highlighting key management issues using DRIFT: A case study
The DRIFT (downstream response to imposed flow transformation) methodology was applied as part of a comprehensive Reserve determination study on the Olifants-Doring River, Western Cape, South Africa. DRIFT was used to ...