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Experiences of Fast Queue health care users in primary health care facilities in eThekwini district, South Africa
Background: Comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC), based on the principles of accessibility, availability, affordability, equity and acceptability, was introduced in South Africa to address inequalities in health service ...
Assessment of the experiences of users of the fast queue in selected primary health care facilities in the eThekwini Municipality
Background The South African health care system is guided by the primary health care approach (PHC), which is based on the principles of accessibility, availability, affordability, equity and acceptability which are the ...
The fast queue service point : the analysis of the quality of care for primary health care users in eThekwini district, KwaZulu-Natal
This mixed methods study aimed to assess the functioning and processes of the Fast Queue Service Point in order to analyse the quality of care rendered in primary health care (PHC) facilities in the eThekwini district of ...
Student nurses’ perceptions about the integrated management of childhood illnesses training received at the KwaZulu-Natal College of Nursing, South Africa
Integrated management of childhood illnesses (IMCI) is the WHO and UNICEF’s strategy developed in the 1990s to reduce child mortality and morbidity globally. This integrated approach guides health care workers and ensures ...
The use of standard treatment guidelines and essential medicines list by professional nurses at primary healthcare clinics in the uMgungundlovu District in South Africa
One of the major challenges for the Department of Health in South Africa today is inequity and the need to provide quality integrated health care for all its citizens. Primary healthcare (PHC) has been declared as the way ...
Experiences of homosexual patients’ access to primary health care services in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2015)
Background: Homosexual patients are affected by social factors in their environment, and as a result may not have easy access to existing health care services. Prejudice against homosexuality and homosexual patients remains ...