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Re​cent Publications


Hassen, M., Archer, E., Pellizzon, A., Chikte, U.M. and Davids, M.R., 2020. Human resources for nephrology in South Africa: A mixed-methods study. PloS one15(2), p.e0228890.

Kulenkampff C., Archer E. and Meintjes W.A.J. 2020. Post-exposure prophylaxis protocol for exposure to blood-borne pathogens: an intervention to improve knowledge and practice among medical students in a South African hospital. Occupational Health Southern Africa, 26(1), p.15-20.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Couper, I., Blitz, J., Kent, A. and de Villiers, M., 2020. Twelve tips for distributed health professions training. Medical teacher42(1), pp.30-35.


2019


Archer, E. and Turner, R., 2019. Measuring empathy in a group of South African undergraduate medical students using the student version of the Jefferson Scale of Empathy. African journal of primary health care & family medicine11(1), pp.1-5.

Blitz, J., De Villiers, M. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2019. Designing faculty development: lessons learnt from a qualitative interpretivist study exploring students' expectations and experiences of clinical teaching. BMC medical education19(1), p.49.

Decloedt, E.H. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2019. Students shooting videos to learn pharmacology. The clinical teacher16(5), pp.490-496.

Field, S., Abrahams, Z., Woods, D.L., Turner, R., Onah, M.N., Kaura, D.K. and Honikman, S., 2019. Accessible continued professional development for maternal mental health. African journal of primary health care & family medicine11(1), pp.1-7.

Joynt, G.M., Gopalan, P.D., Argent, A., Chetty, S., Wise, R., Lai, V.K.W., Hodgson, E., Lee, A., Joubert, I., Mokgokong, S., Tshukutsoane, S., Richards, G.A., Menezes, C., Mathivha, L.R., Espen, B., Levy, B., Asante, K. and Paruk, F. 2019. The Critical Care Society of Southern Africa Consensus Guideline on ICU Triage and Rationing (ConICTri). SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 109(8), pp. 630-642.

Marais, D.L., Kotlowitz, J., Willems, B., Barsdorf, N.W. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2019. Perceived enablers and constraints of motivation to conduct undergraduate research in a Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: What role does choice play? PloS one14(3).

McNamee, L.S. and Rule, P.N., 2019. Dispositions of newly qualified doctors encountering a language-related dilemma in South Africa. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies37(2), pp.158-170.

Meyer, I.S., Louw, A. and Ernstzen, D., 2019. Perceptions of physiotherapy clinical educators' dual roles as mentors and assessors: Influence on teaching–learning relationships. The South African journal of physiotherapy75(1).

Molwantwa, M.C., Van Schalkwyk, S., Prozesky, D.R., Kebaetse, M.B. and Mogodi, M.S., 2019. Enhancing learning in longitudinal clinical placements in community primary care clinics: undergraduate medical students' voices. Education for Primary Care30(5), pp.301-308.

Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Hafler, J., Brewer, T.F., Maley, M.A., Margolis, C., McNamee, L., Meyer, I., Peluso, M.J., Schmutz, A.M., Spak, J.M. and Davies, D., 2019. Transformative learning as pedagogy for the health professions: a scoping review. Medical education53(6), pp.547-558.


Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)

Archer, E. and Turner, R., 2019. Empathy: An essential tool in any doctor's skillset. SAMJ: South African Medical Journal109(1), pp.11-12.

Mash, R., Malan, Z., Blitz, J. and Edwards, J., 2019. Improving the quality of clinical training in the workplace: implementing formative assessment visits. South African Family Practice61(6), pp.264-272.

Van Schalkwyk SC. 2019. Thinking about context: Consciously and critically. The Clinical Teacher. 16, pp. 435-436.


Chapters in Books

Jacobs C. 2019. "I just felt like I was trying to swim through molasses": Curriculum renewal at a research-intensive university. In: Quinn L (ed.) Re-Imagining Curriculum spaces for disruption, African SUN Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, pp. 345-361.


Masters completed

Kakia A. The perceptions of preceptors regarding assessment of clinical associate students at Walter Sisulu University. MPhil in HPE, 2019. 68 pp.

Kirstein L. Exploring nursing educators' perceptions about the use of technology in teaching. MPhil in HPE, 2019. 90 pp.

Madzimbamuto FD. How do non-attenders of Faculty Development offerings perceive their development as educators? MPhil in HPE, 2019. 81 pp.

Phalwane MG. Perceptions of newly qualified oral healthcare professionals about their exposure to service learning in their final year of training at the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, South Africa. MPhil in HPE, 2019. 85 pp.

Ray CS. Changes in attitudes, behaviour and practices following an educational intervention for midwives using reflective writing journals. MPhil in HPE, 2019. 63 pp.

Smit I. Evaluation of an undergraduate psychiatric clinical rotation: Exploring student perceptions. MPhil in HPE, 2019. 62 pp.

Swart HA. Exploring the perceptions of registrars on communication skills training at the department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Stellenbosch University. MPhil in HPE, 2019. 69 pp.


2018 


Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Archer, E. and Meyer, I., 2018. Teaching empathy to undergraduate medical students:'one glove does not fit all'. Medical education52(11), pp.1191-1191.

Archer, E. and Meyer, I., 2018. Interventions aimed towards the development of patient-centredness in undergraduate medical curricula: A scoping review. African Journal of Health Professions Education10(3), pp.171-175.

Blitz, J., De Villiers, M. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2018. Implications for faculty development for emerging clinical teachers at distributed sites: a qualitative interpretivist study. Rural & Remote Health18(2).

Corral J, Hejri SM, Van Schalkwyk SC, Gordon M. 2018. Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) review process redesigned for methodological rigor, short timeline and author support. Medical Teacher, 39(8), pp. 898-899.

Couper, I., Ray, S., Blaauw, D., Ng'wena, G., Muchiri, L., Oyungu, E., Omigbodun, A., Morhason-Bello, I., Ibingira, C., Tumwine, J. and Conco, D., 2018. Curriculum and training needs of mid-level health workers in Africa: a situational review from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda. BMC health services research18(1), p.553.

Cleland, J., Cilliers, F. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2018. The learning environment in remediation: a review. The clinical teacher15(1), pp.13-18.

De Villiers, M., Hoffie Conradie, P. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2018. Teaching medical students in a new rural longitudinal clerkship: opportunities and constraints. Annals of global health84(1), p.58-65.

De Villiers, M., Van Heerden, B. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2018. 'Going the extra mile': Supervisors' perspectives on what makes a 'good' intern. South African Medical Journal108(10), pp.852-857.

Peluso, M.J., Rodman, A., Mata, D.A., Kellett, A.T., Van Schalkwyk, S. and Rohrbaugh, R.M., 2018. A comparison of the expectations and experiences of medical students from high-, middle-, and low-income countries participating in Global Health clinical electives. Teaching and learning in medicine30(1), pp.45-56.


Masters completed

Govender MM. The perceptions of basic science lecturers at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University on their need for health professions educator development. MPhil HPE, 2018. 56 pp.

Haroun F. Teaching medication administration to nursing students – A scoping review with a decolonial lens. MPhil HPE, 2018. 97 pp.

Molwantwa MC. Medical Students' perceptions of their learning during longitudinal primary care clinical placements. MPhil HPE, 2018. 110 pp.

Murray B. The first African regional collaboration for emergency medicine resident education: the influence of a clinical rotation in Tanzania on Ethiopian emergency medicine residents. MPhil HPE, 2018. 63 pp.

Mutabani PA. Exploring enrolled nursing and midwifery students' opinions on professionalism in their clinical placements. MPhil HPE, 2017.74pp.

Nuuyoma VN. Feedback in clinical settings: perceptions of nursing students at a small rural district hospital in the southern part of Namibia. MPhil HPE, 2018. 84 pp.

Rahim MF. Exploring the Intricacies of Physiotherapy Supervision Interactions: Perceptions of Clinical Educators and Students. MPhil HSE, 2018. 103 pp.

Schmutz AMS. Exploring the Intricacies of Physiotherapy Supervision Interactions: Perceptions of Clinical Educators and Students. MPhil HPE, 2018. 73 pp.

Sepako E. Alignment of current graduate attributes required of medical graduates of the University of Botswana to the expressed needs of users of the Botswana Health Service. MPhil HPE, 2018. 147 pp.

Solomon PA. Exploring the factors that impact on the non-attendance of physiotherapy clinical educators at faculty development training programmes at Stellenbosch University: a descriptive study. MPhil HPE, 2017. 72 pp.

Steyn J. A retrospective content analysis of the ambulance emergency assistant refresher course outcomes as covered by FOAMed resources. MPhil HPE, 2018. 63 pp.

Sukrajh V. The use of peer trenching to promote learning amongst senior medical students. MPhil HSE, 2018. 67 pp.

Thomas H. Exploring lecturers' perceptions and understanding of reflective practice in a newly implemented BSc Radiography curriculum at a South African University of Technology. MPhil HSE, 2018. 95 pp.

Van Niekerk LP. Exploring medical laboratory scientist students' experiences during their fourth-year clinical practice period. MPhil HSE, 2018. 76 pp.

Visser M. The influence of a flipped classroom on the learning approaches of first year Speech-Language and Hearing Therapy students. MPhil HSE, 2018. 84 pp.


2017


Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Archer, E., Bitzer, E.M. and Van Heerden, B.B., 2017. Interrogating patient-centredness in undergraduate medical education using an integrated behaviour model. South African Family Practice59(6), pp.219-223.

Bovijn, J., Kajee, N., Esterhuizen, T.M. and Van Schalkwyk, S.C., 2017. Research involvement among undergraduate health sciences students: a cross-sectional study. BMC medical education17(1), p.186.

Mapukata, N.O., Couper, I.D., Dreyer, A.R. and Mlambo, M., 2017. Health sciences students' contribution to human resources for health strategy: A rural health careers day for grade 12 learners in the North West Province of South Africa. African Journal of Health Professions Education9(3), pp.92-93.

Mapukata, N.O., Couper, I. and Smith, J., 2017. The value of the WIRHE Scholarship Programme in training health professionals for rural areas: Views of participants. African journal of primary health care & family medicine9(1), pp.1-6.

Michaels, D., Couper, I., Mogodi, M.S., Hakim, J.G., Talib, Z., Mipando, M.H., Chidzonga, M.M., Matsika, A. and Simuyemba, M., 2017. A peer evaluation of the community-based education programme for medical students at the University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences: A southern African Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) collaboration. African Journal of Health Professions Education9(3), pp.138-143.

De Villiers, M.R., Blitz, J., Couper, I., Kent, A., Moodley, K., Talib, Z., Van Schalkwyk, S. and Young, T., 2017. Decentralised training for medical students: Towards a South African consensus. African journal of primary health care & family medicine9(1), pp.1-6.

De Villiers, M., Van Schalkwyk, S., Blitz, J., Couper, I., Moodley, K., Talib, Z. and Young, T., 2017. Decentralised training for medical students: a scoping review. BMC medical education17(1), p.196.

Leibowitz B, Bozalek V, Farmer JL, Garraway JW, Herman N, Jawitz J, Mistri G, Ndebele C, Nkonki V, Quinn L, Van Schalkwyk SC, Vorster J, Winberg C. 2017. Collaborative Research in Contexts of Inequality: The Role of Social Reflexivity. Higher education, 74(1), pp.56-80.

Mubuuke, A.G., Louw, A.J.N. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2017. Self-regulated learning: A key learning effect of feedback in a problem-based learning context. African Journal of Health Professions Education9(1), pp.34-38.

Meyer, I.S., Louw, A. and Ernstzen, D., 2017. Physiotherapy students' perceptions of the dual role of the clinical educator as mentor and assessor: Influence on the teaching–learning relationship. The South African journal of physiotherapy73(1). pp.349

Nottidge, T.E. and Louw, A.J.N., 2017. Self-directed learning: Status of final-year students and perceptions of selected faculty leadership in a Nigerian medical school–a mixed analysis study. African Journal of Health Professions Education9(1), pp.29-33.

Talib, Z., van Schalkwyk, S., Couper, I., Pattanaik, S., Turay, K., Sagay, A.S., Baingana, R., Baird, S., Gaede, B., Iputo, J. and Kibore, M., 2017. Medical education in decentralized settings: How medical students contribute to health care in 10 sub-Saharan African countries. Academic medicine: journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges92(12), p.1723-1732.

Tannor, E.K., Archer, E., Kapembwa, K., Van Schalkwyk, S.C. and Davids, M.R., 2017. Quality of life in patients on chronic dialysis in South Africa: a comparative mixed methods study. BMC nephrology18(1), p.4.

Van Schalkwyk, G.I., Katz, R.B., Resignato, J., Van Schalkwyk, S.C. and Rohrbaugh, R.M., 2017. Effective research mentorship for residents: Meeting the needs of early career physicians. Academic Psychiatry41(3), pp.326-332.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Blitz, J., Couper, I., De Villiers, M. and Muller, J., 2017. Breaking new ground: lessons learnt from the development of Stellenbosch University's Rural Clinical School. South African Health Review2017(1), pp.71-75.

Peluso, M.J., Van Schalkwyk, S., Kellett, A., Brewer, T.F., Clarfield, A.M., Davies, D., Garg, B., Greensweig, T., Hafler, J., Hou, J. and Maley, M., 2017. Reframing undergraduate medical education in global health: Rationale and key principles from the Bellagio Global Health Education Initiative. Medical teacher39(6), pp.639-645.

Leibowitz, B., Bozalek, V., Farmer, J., Garraway, J., Herman, N., Jawitz, J., McMillan, W., Mistri, G., Ndebele, C., Nkonki, V., Quinn, L., Van Schalkwyk, S., Vorster, J., Winberg, C. 2017. Collaborative research in contexts of inequality: the role of social reflexivity. Higher Education74(1), pp.65-80.


Articles in non-peer reviewed journals

Kotze, K. and Archer, E., 2017. Validating an adapted questionnaire to determine perceptions of the clinical learning environment. MedEdPublish6(2): pp.27.

Archer, E. and van Heerden, B.B., 2017. Undergraduate medical students' attitudes towards patient-centredness: a longitudinal study. MedEdPublish6(3): pp.47.


Research Reports

Herman N, Van Schalkwyk SC. Learning to Teach in Higher Education in South Africa. 2017: 123 pp.

 

Chapters in books

Steyn R; Van Schalkwyk S. 2017. Beyond supervisor development: changing institutional practices to enhance postgraduate education. In: Boughey C; McKenna S & H Wels. (eds). Strengthening Postgraduate. Supervision. SunMedia: Stellenbosch.


PhD's completed

Mubuuke AG: Exploring health science students' experiences of feedback in a problem-based learning tutorial: A Case Study in an African Medical School. Supervisors: Louw AJN and Van Schalkwyk SC.

C Tan: An investigation into the exit level assessment of the clinical competence of medical graduates for the sub-Saharan African context. Supervisors:  Van Schalkwyk SC and Cilliers F (UCT).


International Oral Presentations

Archer E.  Engaging patient-centeredness in an undergraduate medical curriculum. (PHD oral presentation) AMEE Helsinki. 23 – 30 August 2017.

Blitz J, Van Schalkwyk S. Should faculty development include how to foster students' agentic capability for learning? 4th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions. Helsinki, Sweden. 25-27 August 2017.

Bolander Laksov K, Van Schalkwyk S. Striving for balanced research supervision in medical education. 4th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions. Helsinki, Sweden. 25-27 August 2017.

McNamee L. Learning processes and identity construction of newly qualified doctors: a narrative study. (PhD oral presentation) AMEE Helsinki. 23 – 30 August 2017.

Louw A. Selecting the right individuals for a motivated health workforce. RESYST – London UK – 21-22 September 2017.

Van Schalkwyk S. Using a framework to understand how institutional culture influences the uptake of faculty development opportunities: a case from health professions education. 4th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions. Helsinki, Sweden. 25-27 August 2017.

Van Schalkwyk S, Blitz J, Conradie H, De Villiers M, Fish T, Kok N, Van Heerden B. Longitudinal rural clinical training in challenging contexts: the outcome of a five-year mixed methods study. AMEE Conference, Helsinki, Sweden. 27-30 August 2017.


National Oral Presentations

Archer E.  The value of renewing a curriculum: An evaluation of the revised MPhil in Health Professions Education Postgraduate Supervision Conference.  29 – 31 March 2017. Stellenbosch.

Archer E.  The value of renewing a curriculum: An evaluation of the revised MPhil in Health Professions Education   SAAHE.  5 – 9 July 2017. Potchefstroom.

Archer E.  Exploring educational approaches and interventions to acquire the various dimensions of patient-centeredness in undergraduate medical curricula: A Scoping Review.  SOTL 23 – 25 October 2017. Somerset West.

Couper I, Blitz J, Van Schalkwyk S. The Hidden Curriculum. Workshop. SAAHE Conference, 5-8 July 2017. Potchefstroom.

De Villiers M, Van Schalkwyk S, Blitz J, Couper I, Moodley K, Talib Z, Young T. Decentralised training in the health professions: Quantitative findings from a scoping review. Oral presentation. SAAHE Conference, 5-8 July 2017. Potchefstroom.

Louw A. Formative curriculum evaluation informs curricula refinement process.  SoTL in the South, 24-27 July 2017. Johannesburg. 

Louw A. Generic skills in the inter-professional phase of the curriculum: how do students experience it? Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), 23–25 October 2017. Somerset-West.

McNamee L, Smit EJ.  The Development of Competencies in an Outcome Based Paediatric Curriculum from a Student Perspective.  SAAHE Conference, 5 – 8th July 2017. Potchefstroom.

Van Schalkwyk S; Cilliers F. Article writing; taking intentional steps to publication. Workshop. SAAHE Conference, 5-8 July 2017. Potchefstroom.


Poster Presentation

Skosana B, Hendricks L, McNamee L, Chivese T. Plicker!-ing for Understanding. PREDAC 24th – 29 October 2017


2016


Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Daniels, K., Forinder, U., Clarke, M., Snyman, S. and Ringsberg, K.C., 2016. Preschool children's healthy lifestyles: South African parents' and preschool staff perceptions. Health Education Journal75(8), pp.897-910.

Van As, J., Fouché, I. and Immelman, S., 2016. Academic literacy for science: a starting point for recurriculation. Journal for Language Teaching= Ijenali Yekufundzisa Lulwimi= Tydskrif vir Taalonderrig50(2), pp.11-35.

Leonardi, M., Sykes, C.R., Madden, R.C., ten Napel, H., Hollenweger, J., Snyman, S., Madden, R.H., De Camargo, O.K., Raggi, A., van Gool, C.H. and Martinuzzi, A., 2015. Do we really need to open a classification box on personal factors in ICF. Disabil Rehabil38, pp.1327-1328.

McCulloch, A., Kumar, V., Van Schalkwyk, S. and Wisker, G., 2016. Excellence in doctoral supervision: an examination of authoritative sources across four countries in search of performance higher than competence. Quality in Higher education22(1), pp.64-77.

Meyer, R., Van Schalkwyk, S.C. and Prakaschandra, R., 2016. The operating room as a clinical learning environment: An exploratory study. Nurse education in practice18, pp.60-72.

Mubuuke, A.G., Louw, A.J. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2016. Utilizing students' experiences and opinions of feedback during problem-based learning tutorials to develop a facilitator feedback guide: an exploratory qualitative study. BMC medical education16(1), p.6.

Murdoch-Eaton, D., Louw, A.J. and Bezuidenhout, J., 2016. Effect of curriculum changes to enhance generic skills proficiency of 1st-year medical students. African Journal of Health Professions Education8(1), pp.15-19.

Parris, D., Van Schalkwyk, S.C. and Ernstzen, D.V., 2016. Home-based rehabilitation: Physiotherapy student and client perspectives. African Journal of Health Professions Education8(1), pp.59-64.

Tan, C.P.L., Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Bezuidenhout, J. and Cilliers, F., 2016. Mapping undergraduate exit-level assessment in a medical programme: A blueprint for clinical competence? African Journal of Health Professions Education8(1), pp.45-49.

Van As, J., Fouché, I. and Immelman, S., 2016. Academic literacy for science: a starting point for recurriculation. Journal for Language Teaching= Ijenali Yekufundzisa Lulwimi= Tydskrif vir Taalonderrig50(2), pp.11-35.

Van Schalkwyk, S. and McMillan, W.J., 2016. 'I have a chameleon-like existence': a duo-ethnographic account of border crossing by two academic development practitioners. South African Journal of Higher Education30(6), pp.207-223.

van Schalkwyk, S.C., Murdoch-Eaton, D., Tekian, A., Van der Vleuten, C. and Cilliers, F., 2016. The supervisor's toolkit: A framework for doctoral supervision in health professions education: AMEE Guide No. 104. Medical teacher38(5), pp.429-442.


Chapters in Books

Louw, A. and Archer, E., 2016. Developing higher education curriculum in the health sciences context. In: FRICK BL, TRAFFORD VN, FOURIE-MALHERBE M (eds.) Being Scholarly Festschrift in honour of the work of Eli M Bitzer, SUN MeDia, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2016: 107-114.

Snyman, S., van Zyl, M., Müller, J. and Geldenhuys, M., 2016. International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: Catalyst for interprofessional education and collaborative practice. In Leading research and evaluation in interprofessional education and collaborative practice (pp. 285-328). Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Van Schalkwyk, S., 2016. Academic literacy revisited: a space for emerging postgraduate voices. In: Frick BL, Trafford VN, Fourie-Malherbe M (eds.) Being Scholarly Festschrift in honour of the work of Eli M Bitzer, SUN MeDIA, Stellenbosch, South Africa, pp.145-153.


PhD's completed

Archer, EEngaging patient-centredness in an undergraduate medical curriculum. PhD, 2016. 267 pp.


Masters completed

Botha, GC. The status of curriculum in mapping undergraduate programmes in South Africa. MPhil HSE, 2016. 110 pp.

Geiger, JD. Learning about paediatric HIV an TB care - exploring participant experience and perceptions to apply what they have learnt in a blended learning course. MPhil HSE, 2016. 79 pp.

Masava, B. Student Nurses' experience of feedback during clinical learning at a rural nursing school: An exploratory study. MPhil HSE, 2016. 84 pp.

Ooko, FO. Alienation and engagement as framework for characterizing registrar's perceptions of their learning environment: An exploratory qualitative study. MPhil HSE, 2016. 74 pp.

Rambiritch, V. Professionalism for intern blood transfusion biomedical technologists - An exploration of perceptions and potential teaching strategies. MPhil HSE, 2016. 50 pp.

 

2015


Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Van Schalkwyk, S., 2015. Medical education to strengthen health systems in Africa: MEPI as a catalyst for change. African Journal of Health Professions Education7(1), pp.68-69.

Voss, M., Coetzee, J.F., Conradie, H. and Van Schalkwyk, S.C., 2015. 'We have to flap our wings or fall to the ground': The experiences of medical students on a longitudinal integrated clinical model. African Journal of Health Professions Education7(1), pp.119-124.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Kok, N., Conradie, H. and Van Heerden, B., 2015. Academic achievement of final-year medical students on a rural clinical platform: Can we dispel the myths? African Journal of Health Professions Education7(1), pp.115-118.

Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Bezuidenhout, J. and De Villiers, M.R., 2015. Understanding rural clinical learning spaces: being and becoming a doctor. Medical Teacher37(6), pp.589-594.

Kiguli-Malwadde, E., Talib, Z.M., Wohltjen, H., Connors, S.C., Gandari, J., Banda, S.S., Maggio, L.A. and Van Schalkwyk, S.C., 2015. Medical education departments: a study of four medical schools in Sub-Saharan Africa. BMC medical education15(1), p.109.

Snyman S, Von Pressentin KB, Clarke M. 2015. International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: Catalyst for interprofessional education and collaborative practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care29(4)

Leonardi, M., Sykes, C.R., Madden, R.C., ten Napel, H., Hollenweger, J., Snyman, S., Madden, R.H., De Camargo, O.K., Raggi, A., van Gool, C.H. and Martinuzzi, A., 2015. Do we really need to open a classification box on personal factors in ICF? Disabil Rehabil38, pp.1327-1328.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Leibowitz, B., Herman, N. and Farmer, J., 2015. Reflections on professional learning: Choices, context and culture. Studies in Educational Evaluation46, pp.4-10.

Young, T., Rohwer, A., Van Schalkwyk, S., Volmink, J. and Clarke, M., 2015. Patience, persistence and pragmatism: Experiences and lessons learnt from the implementation of clinically integrated teaching and learning of Evidence-Based Health Care–a qualitative study. PLoS One10(6).

De Villiers, A. and Louw, A., 2015. Teaching first aid in high schools: the impact on students in the health sciences extended degree programme. South African Journal of Higher Education29(1), pp.198-210.

Leibowitz, B., Bozalek, V., Van Schalkwyk, S. and Winberg, C., 2015. Institutional context matters: The professional development of academics as teachers in South African higher education. Higher Education69(2), pp.315-330.

Frantz, J.M., Bezuidenhout, J., Burch, V.C., Mthembu, S., Rowe, M., Tan, C., Van Wyk, J. and Van Heerden, B., 2015. The impact of a faculty development programme for health professions educators in sub-Saharan Africa: an archival study. BMC medical education15(1), p.28.


Chapters in Books

De Villiers M; Van Schalkwyk S. 2015. How to facilitate small-group learning. In: Mash B & J Blitz. (eds). South Africa Family Practice Manual (3rd. ed.). Van Schaik: Pretoria. 603-605.

Bezuidenhout, J. and van Schalkwyk, S., 2015. Developing the research question: setting the course for your research travels. Researching medical education. Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons, pp.35-42.

Hean S, Doucet S, Bainbridge L, Ball V, Anderson L, Baldwin C, Green C, Pitt R, Snyman S, Schmidtt S, Clark P, Gilbert J Oandasan I. 2015. Theoretical Approaches to Interprofessional Client-Centred Collaborative Practice. In C. Orchard & L. Bainbridge (Eds.), Interprofessional Client-Centred Collaborative Practice: What Does it Look Like? How Can it be Achieved? Nova Science Publishers. [Online].Available: https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=56064&osCsid=2ffa3cc44dfda623877ef9c2d5373a50 (ISBN: 978-1-63483-811-5).


International Oral Presentations 

Van Schalkwyk S; Voss M; Bezuidenhout J; De Villiers M. Final year medical students' reflections on their clinical learning experience in urban and rural settings. AMEE, Glasgow, Scotland. 5-9 September 2015.

De Villiers M; Blitz J; Van Schalkwyk S; Walsh S. Staff and student perspectives on the use of lecture podcasts in medical curriculum. AMEE, Glasgow, Scotland. 5-9 September 2015.

Blitz J; Archer E; De Villiers M; Van Schalkwyk S. Clinical teaching of undergraduate medical students: how do clinicians do it? AMEE, Glasgow, Scotland. 5-9 September 2015.

Tan C; Cilliers F; Van Schalkwyk S. Exit level assessment of undergraduate medical students' clinical competence for sub-Saharan Africa using the context of the Millennium Development Goals. AMEE, Glasgow, Scotland. 5-9 September 2015.

Young T; Rohwer A; Van Schalkwyk S; Volmink J; Clarke M. Experiences and lessons learnt from the implementation of clinically integrated teaching and learning of evidence-based health care. AMEE, Glasgow, Scotland. 5-9 September 2015.


National Oral Presentations 

Archer E, Bitzer EMB and Van Heerden BBTowards understanding how patient-centeredness is (not) learnt by undergraduate medical students: A student behaviour perspective. The Network and SAAHE Conference. Johannesburg 12-16 September 2015

Archer E, Bitzer EMB and van Heerden BBTowards understanding how patient-centeredness is (not) learnt by undergraduate medical students: A student behaviour perspective. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference. Stellenbosch. 27-18 October 2015 PRICE WINNER

Kok, N; Van Schalkwyk, S; Conradie, H. Community-based education on a rural platform: Through the eyes of our patients...Oral presentation. The Network: Towards Unity for Health and SAAHE Conference 12 – 16 September 2015. Gauteng.

Kok, N; Conradie, H; De Villiers, M; Van Heerden, B; Van Schalkwyk, S. A three-year study assessing the academic performance of Rural Clinical School (RCS) students. Oral presentation. Ukwanda Rural Research Day. 18 – 19 March 2015. Worcester, Cape Town.

 

2014


Journal Articles

Archer, E., Bezuidenhout, J., Kidd, M. and Van Heerden, B.B., 2014. Making use of an existing questionnaire to measure patient-centred attitudes in undergraduate medical students: a case study. African Journal of Health Professions Education6(2), pp.150-154.

Bezuidenhout, J., Van Schalkwyk, S., Van Heerden, B. and De Villiers, M., 2014. Building a research agenda in health professions education at a Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: Current research profile and future considerations. African Journal of Health Professions Education6(2), pp.169-173.

Blitz, J., Bezuidenhout, J., Conradie, H., De Villiers, M. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2014. 'I felt colonised': emerging clinical teachers on a new rural teaching platform. Rural and Remote Health, 14(2): article 2511.

Blitz, J., Kok, N., Van Heerden, B. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2014. PIQUE-ing an interest in curriculum renewal. African Journal of Health Professions Education6(1), pp.23-27.

De Villiers, M.R., Cilliers, F.J., Coetzee, F., Herman, N., Van Heusden, M. and von Pressentin, K.B., 2014. Equipping family physician trainees as teachers: a qualitative evaluation of a twelve-week module on teaching and learning. BMC medical education14(1), p.228.

Figueiró‐Filho, E.A., Amaral, E., McKinley, D., Bezuidenhout, J. and Tekian, A., 2014. Clinical teaching with minimal and indirect supervision. Medical education5(48), pp.530-530.

Figueiró‐Filho, E.A., Amaral, E., McKinley, D., Bezuidenhout, J. and Tekian, A., 2014. Minimal supervision out‐patient clinical teaching. The clinical teacher11(5), pp.365-369.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Bezuidenhout, J., Conradie, H., Fish, T., Kok, N., van Heerden, B. and De Villiers, M., 2014. 'Going rural': driving change through a rural medical education innovation. Rural and Remote Health, pp.14(2): article 2493.


Chapters in Books

De Villiers, M., Conradie, H., Snyman, S., Van Heerden, B. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2014. Experiences in developing and implementing a community-based education strategy–a case study from South Africa. Community-based education in health professions: global perspectives. Cairo: WHO, Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office, pp.176-206.

Snyman, S., 2014. Using the ICF in clinical practice and the education of health professionals. In World Health Organization. How to use the ICF: A practical manual for using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). Geneva: World Health Organization; WHO, Geneva, Switzerland, pp.29-45.

Van Schalkwyk, S., 2014. Evolving doctoral identities: understanding 'complex investments'. In Pushing Boundaries in Postgraduate Supervision, Sun Press, Stellenbosch, South Africa, pp.215-227.


 International Oral Presentations 

Blitz J, Van Schalkwyk S. Accessing professional development activities: a survey of health sciences clinicians in their teaching role. Ottawa Conference. Ottawa. 26-29 April 2014.

Blitz J, Van Schalkwyk S. Assessment for and of learning: a framework for implementing student patient portfolios. Workshop. Ottawa Conference, Ottawa. 26-29 April 2014.

Blitz J, De Villiers M. Residency education at Stellenbosch University, South Africa: Successes and challenges in a unique setting. International Conference on Residency Education. Toronto, Canada. 23-25 October 2014.

Blitz J, Archer E, Rhode H, Van Schalkwyk S. Clinical teaching of undergraduate medical students: how do clinicians do it? AMEE. Milan, Italy. 30 August-3 September 2014 (Accepted, but not presented)

Muller J, Conradie H, Snyman S. Rural undergraduate interprofessional education at a student run service-learning centre in South Africa. Seventh All Together Better Conference. Pittsburgh, USA. 6-8 June 2014.

Snyman S, Von Pressentin K, Clarke M. International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF): A framework for transformative interprofessional education. Seventh All Together Better Conference. Pittsburgh, USA. 6-8 June 2014.

Snyman S, Kraus de Camargo O, Sykes C, Saleeby P. FDRG mICF Collaborative. WHO-FIC Network Annual Meeting and Conference. Barcelona, Spain. 11-17 October 2014.

Van Schalkwyk S, Bezuidenhout J, Blitz J, Conradie H, Fish T, Kok N, Van Heerden BB, De Villiers M. Evaluating Community-based education (CBE) – The Ukwanda Rural Clinical School: a longitudinal evaluative study. The Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professions Education. Institute of Medicine, Washington DC, USA. 1-2 May 2014.

Van Schalkwyk S, Bezuidenhout J, Conradie H, Kok N, Van Heerden BB, De Villiers M. Crossing boundaries: The potential for innovative medical education models to challenge traditional assessment practices. Ottawa Conference, Ottawa. 26-29 April 2014.


National Oral Presentations 

Archer E, Tan C, Wolvaardt L.  The novice's guide to contemplating a PhD. Workshop. SAAHE Conference. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014

Archer E. In search of an effective teaching approach for skill acquisition and retention:  Teaching manual defibrillation to junior medical students. SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.  

Archer E, De Villiers A, Van Hoving N. Making use of different teaching methods: how does it influence the retention of clinical skills? SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.  

Blitz J, Archer E, Rhode H, Van Schalkwyk S. Clinical teaching of undergraduate medical students: how do clinicians do it? SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Blitz J, Van Schalkwyk S. Assessment for and of learning: a framework for implementing student patient portfolios. Workshop.  SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Couper I, Reid S, Cooke R, Blitz J, Zingela Z. Convergence and divergence in blueprinting a new medical school - a draft proposal for the Faculty of Health Sciences, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.  Workshop. SAAHE. Cape Town.  26-28 June 2014.

De Villiers MR, Van Heerden BB.  The intern landscape in South Africa – transition from student to doctor.  SA Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE). Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Kok N, Van Schalkwyk S, Conradie, H. Patient perspectives: community-based education on a rural platform. Ukwanda Rural Research Day. Worcester, Western Cape. 29-30 May 2014.

Kok N, Van Schalkwyk S, Conradie H, De Villiers M. Reflections on their year-long rural clinical training: junior doctors look back.  SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Louw A, Murdoch-Eaton D, Bezuidenhout J. Developing learners – evaluating the impact of curricular changes designed to enhance generic skills experience. Academic Year Day. FMHS, Stellenbosch University. 14 August 2014.

Van Schalkwyk S, Blitz J. Supporting academics in their teaching role: faculty development in context. SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Van Schalkwyk S, Blitz J, De Villiers M, Walsh S. A novel way of learning: staff and student perspectives on the use of lecture podcasts. HELTASA. Bloemfontein. 18-21 November 2014.

Van Schalkwyk S, Herman N. Portfolios as integral part of a curriculum: a framework for implementation. Pre-conference workshop. HELTASA. Bloemfontein. 18-21 November 2014.

Von Pressentin K, Blitz J, Smit E, Archer E. "I'm surrounded by students, what should I do next?" – Educational strategies for teaching in the clinical setting. Workshop, Rural Health Conference.  Worcester. 21-24 September 2014. 


 International Poster Presentation

Archer E, Patient-centred attitudes of undergraduate medical students:  Using the Patient Practitioner Orientation Scale in a South African context. AMEE. Milan, Italy. 30 Aug-3 Sept 2014.

Archer E, Van Heerden BB, Kidd M, Bezuidenhout J Making use of an existing tool to measure patient-centeredness in undergraduate medical students. AMEE. Milan, Italy. 30 Aug-3 Sept 2014.

Archer E, Bezuidenhout J, Kidd M, Van Heerden BB. Patient-centred attitudes of undergraduate medical students: Using the Patient Practitioner Orientation Scale in a South African context. AMEE.  Milan, Italy.  30 Aug-3 Sept 2014.

Bezuidenhout J, Van Schalkwyk S, De Villiers M. Students' Development of a Professional Identity in Rural Learning Spaces. The Network: TUFH XXXI Educational Meeting: 2014 Annual Conference. Fortaleza, Brazil. 19-23 November 2014.

Frattura L, Anttila H, Nurmi-Koikkalainen P, Snyman S, Bassi G, Simoncello A, Terreni S, Soranzio A, Green S. How to automatically expand ICF-EF in order to better describe care and living environment factors at country level: steps toward a multicenter project on the biopsychosocial determinants of outcomes. WHO-FIC Network Annual Meeting and Conference. Barcelona, Spain. 11-17 October 2014.

Kok N, Van Schalkwyk S, Conradie H, De Villiers M. Reflections on a year-long rural clinical exposure: what do junior doctors have to say? AMEE. Milan, Italy. 30 Aug-3 Sept 2014.

Louw A, Murdoch-Eaton D, Bezuidenhout J. Developing learners – evaluating the impact of curricular changes designed to enhance generic skills experience. AMEE, Milan, Italy. 30 Aug-3 Sept 2014.

Saleeby P, Sykes C, Martinuzzi A, Hough J, Lee H, Leonardi M, LePlege A, Maribo T, Ten Napel H, Paltamaa J, Snyman S, Tomes G. Development of Criteria to Review ICF Literature. WHO-FIC Network Annual Meeting and Conference. Barcelona, Spain. 11-17 October 2014. [Poster winner]

Saleeby P, Sykes C, Martinuzzi A, Snyman S, Kraus de Camargo O, Della Mea V, Paltamaa J, Van Gool C, Mostert W. Developing a mobile application for ICF - Literature review component. WHO-FIC Network Annual Meeting and Conference. Barcelona, Spain. 11-17 October 2014. [Poster winner]

Snyman S, Kraus de Camargo O; Gong J. The mICF Collaborators Group – A Worldwide Initiative. WHO-FIC Network Annual Meeting and Conference, Barcelona, Spain. 11-17 October 2014.

Snyman S; Kraus de Camargo O, Gong J. User requirements for a mobile ICF application. WHO-FIC Network Annual Meeting and Conference. Barcelona, Spain. 11-17 October 2014. [Poster winner]

Snyman S, Sykes C, Kraus de Camargo O, Bhattal N, Della Mea V, Van Gool C, Madden R, Paltama J, Mostert W, Frattura L, et al Developing a mobile application to improve continuity of care and strengthen health systems: A call for international collaboration. Seventh All Together Better Conference. Pittsburgh, USA. 6-8 June 2014.

Tan C, Van Schalkwyk S, Bezuidenhout J, Cilliers F. Pictorial representation of assessments used at exit level of a medical training programme: What does this tell us? Ottawa Conference. Ottawa. 26-29 April 2014.

Van Heerden BB, Van Schalkwyk S, Conradie HH, Kok NJ, De Villiers MR.  Assessment performance of students completing a year-long rural clinical clerkship at the Ukwanda Rural Clinical School of Stellenbosch University, South Africa.  AMEE. Milan, Italy. 30 Aug-3 Sept 2014.

Van Schalkwyk S, Bezuidenhout J, Blitz J, Conradie H, Fish T, Kok N, Van Heerden BB, De Villiers M. Evaluating Community-based education (CBE) – The Ukwanda Rural Clinical School: a longitudinal evaluative study. The Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professions Education, Institute of Medicine. Washington DC, USA. 1-2 May 2014.


National Poster Presentations

Louw A, Murdoch-Eaton D, Bezuidenhout J. Developing learners – evaluating the impact of curricular changes designed to enhance generic skills experience. SAAHE, Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Snyman S, Sykes C, Bhattal N, Madden R, Goliath C, Della Mea V, Van Gool C, Kraus de Camargo O, Paltama J, Frattura L, et al Mobile health application utilising functioning and environmental factors for patient-centred care: A call for international collaboration. SAAHE. Cape Town. 26-28 June 2014.

Snyman S, Sykes C, Bhattal N, Madden R, Goliath C, Della Mea V, Van Gool C, Kraus de Camargo O, Paltama J, Frattura L, et al Mobile health application utilising functioning and environmental factors for patient-centred care: A call for international collaboration. Rural Health Conference. Worcester. 21-24 September 2014.



2013


Journal Articles

Burch, V. and Van Heerden, B., 2013. Are community service doctors equipped to address priority health needs in South Africa? SAMJ: South African Medical Journal103(12), pp.905-905.

Keiller, L. and Louw, A., 2013. Approaches toward learning in physiotherapy. South African Journal of Physiotherapy69(1), pp.36-40.

Limburgh, C.M., van Schalkwyk, G.I., Lee, K.H., Buys, C., De Kock, M., Horn, M., Bhyat, A. and van Schalkwyk, S.C., 2013. Cutting to the chase: Participation factors, behavioral effects, and cultural perspectives of participants in an adult circumcision campaign. AIDS care25(10), pp.1278-1283.

Rohwer, A., Young, T. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2013. Effective or just practical? An evaluation of an online postgraduate module on evidence-based medicine (EBM). BMC medical education13(1), p.77.

Schmutz, A.M.S., Gardner-Lubbe, S. and Archer, E., 2013. Clinical educators' self-reported personal and professional development after completing a short course in undergraduate clinical supervision at Stellenbosch University. African Journal of Health Professions Education5(1), pp.8-13.

Talib, Z.M., Baingana, R.K., Sagay, A.S., Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Mehtsun, S. and Kiguli-Malwadde, E., 2013. Investing in community-based education to improve the quality, quantity, and retention of physicians in three African countries. Education for health (Abingdon, England)26(2), p.109.

Van Heerden, B., 2013. Effectively addressing the health needs of South Africa's population: The role of health professions education in the 21st century. SAMJ: South African Medical Journal103(1), pp.21-22.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Cilliers, F., Adendorff, H., Cattell, K. and Herman, N., 2013. Journeys of growth towards the professional learning of academics: understanding the role of educational development. International Journal for Academic Development18(2), pp.139-151.

 

2012


Journal Articles

De Villiers, A. and Archer, E., 2012. The development, implementation and evaluation of a short course in objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) skills. South African Family Practice54(1), pp.50-54.

Leibowitz, B., van Schalkwyk, S., Ruiters, J., Farmer, J. and Adendorff, H., 2012. “It's been a wonderful life": accounts of the interplay between structure and agency by “good" university teachers. Higher Education63(3), pp.353-365.

McGhie, V., Van der Walt, C. and Van Schalkwyk, S., 2012. Successful first-year learning: a social cognitive view of academic literacy. Journal for Language Teaching= Ijenali Yekufundzisa Lulwimi= Tydskrif vir Taalonderrig46(2), pp.27-41.

Van Schalkwyk, S., Bezuidenhout, J., Burch, V.C., Clarke, M., Conradie, H., Van Heerden, B. and De Villiers, M., 2012. Developing an educational research framework for evaluating rural training of health professionals: A case for innovation. Medical Teacher34(12), pp.1064-1069.

Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Farmer, J.L., Ruiters, J.M. and Young, G., 2012. Early assessment: part of a bigger plan? South African Journal of Higher Education, 26(1): 36-50.


Chapters in Books

Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Herman, N. and Muller, A., 2012. Graduate attributes for the public good: a case from a research-led university in South Africa. In Higher Education for the Public Good: Views from the South, Trentham Books in association with SUN MeDIA Stellenbosch, Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom, 2012: 87-100.


2011​


Journal Articles

Archer, E., 2011. Improving undergraduate clinical supervision in a South African context. African Journal of Health Professions Education3(2), pp.6-8.

Bezuidenhout, J., Cilliers, F., Van Heusden, M., Wasserman, E. and Burch, V., 2011. Alienation and engagement in postgraduate training at a South African medical school. Medical teacher33(3), pp. e145-e153.

Botha, H., Van Schalkwyk, G.I., Bezuidenhout, J. and Van Schalkwyk, S.C., 2011. Discourse of final-year medical students during clinical case presentations. African Journal of Health Professions Education3(1), pp.3-6.

De Villiers, A. and Archer, E., 2011. The influence of confidence and experience on the competency of junior medical students in performing basic procedural skills. African Journal of Health Professions Education3(1), p.24.

Van Schalkwyk, S.C., Bezuidenhout, J., Botha, H. and Van Schalkwyk, G.I., 2011. Issues of discourse: Exploring mixed messages in the interests of collaboration. Journal Across the Disciplines, Special ed: Collaboration for Content and Language Integrated Learning.

 

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