Global Health Action Special Issue on Transforming Nursing in South Africa

Global Health Action Special Issue on Transforming Nursing in South Africa

The papers below are part of the Special Issue: Transforming Nursing in South Africa.

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Published online: 11 May 2015

Utilisation and costs of nursing agencies in the South African public health sector 2005-2010

Using diaries to explore the work experiences of primary health care nursing in two South African provinces

Transforming Nursing policy, practice and management in South Africa

The health system consequences of agency nursing and moonlighting in South Africa

The activities of hospital nursing unit managers and quality of patient care in South African hospitals – a paradox

The indirect costs of agency nurses in South Africa – a case study in two sector hospitals

Social accountability and nursing education in South Africa Practice what you preach – nurses perspectives on the Code of Ethics and Service Pledge in five South African hospitals

Nursing education reform in South Africa – lessons from a policy analysis study

Exploring the characteristics of nursing agencies in South Africa

Exploring the characteristics of nursing agencies in South Africa

Does moonlighting influence South African nurses intention to leave their primary jobs

Contenstations and complexities of nurses participation in policy-making in South Africa