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    • Challenges faced by the grandparents in caring for AIDS orphans in Koster 

      Makgato, Mothabela Jackson (North-West University, 2010)
      The prevalence of HIV/AIDS is increasing with immense influence and pressure on the grandparents as primary caregivers and the main supporters of orphans in families. The grandparents are faced with biophysical, socio–economic ...
    • Exploring resilience in nurses caring for older persons 

      Benadé, Petronella (2014)
      Background: A shortage of nurses is experienced in aged care as these nurses experience adverse working conditions. Resilience might empower these nurses to survive, thrive and even flourish. A paucity of research exists ...
    • Resilience of auxiliary nurses caring for intellectually disabled patients 

      Nthekang, Steven Dithapelo Mlungu (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      Background: Although mental health is regarded by the International Council of Nurses (ICN) as a very important element of wellness, healthcare to patients with intellectual disabilities still remains neglected and ...