Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery

The journal publishes articles on current nursing and health related issues, and encourages those that exhibit innovative and quantitative research methods and approaches. It promotes debate, both theoretical and practical, on a wide range of topics and cross-disciplinary interests.

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Managers’ Perceptions of the Availability of Medicines in the Free State District Health Services PDF
Sibusiso Memory Zuma, Lebitsi Maud Modiba
Dismissing De-Escalation Techniques as an Intervention to Manage Verbal Aggression Within Mental Health Care Settings: Attitudes of Psychiatric Hospital-Based Nigerian Mental Health Nurses PDF
Oyeyemi Oyelade, Amanda April Heather Smith, Mary Ann Jarvis
Experiences of Professional Nurses Using Computer Technology in the Intensive Care Unit Setting in Swaziland PDF
Bongani Terry Sibandze, Kevin R Mallinson
The Research Supervisor's Expertise or Postgraduate Student Preparedness: Which Is the Real Concern? PDF
Lizeth Roets, Delene Botha, Leana van Vuuren
The Contribution of a Health Extension Programme in the Utilisation of Maternal Healthcare Services in the Mecha District of the Amhara Region, Ethiopia PDF
Alemayehu Mesfin Enyew, BL Dolamo
Resource Challenges Experienced by Hiv-Positive Women on the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmision Programme at A Hospital in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe PDF
Idah Moyo, Azwihangwisi Helen Mavhandu-Mudzusi, Sarie Human
An Educational Strategy Supporting Kangaroo Mother Care: Interviews with Healthcare Practitioners PDF
Wilma ten Ham-Baloyi, Esmeralda Ricks, Dalena van Rooyen
“Sisonke - Together We Can”: Conceptualisations of Critically Reflective Communities of Practice Nurses Caring for Women Living with HIV PDF
Joanne Rachel Naidoo, Ntombifikile Mtshali
Experiences of Nurse Graduates of an Integrated HIV Curriculum from a Selected University in South Africa PDF
Joanne Rachel Naidoo, Silingene Ngcobo, Busisiwe Ncama, Petra Brysiewicz
Women’s Perceptions of Hospital-based Postnatal Care Following a Normal Vaginal Delivery in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa PDF
Charlene Suzanne Margaret Williams, Petra Brysiewicz
Persistent Challenges and Barriers Encountered by Women Attending Formal Antenatal Care in South East Nigeria PDF
Jo Murphy-Lawless, Magdalena Ohaja