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Dr Lauraine Vivian
Senior Lecturer: primary health care; medical anthropology;
culture, psyche and illness; medical education;
electromagnetic radiation health implications from cell
phone technology
Mrs Johannah Keikelame
Lecturer: primary health care; health promotion; community
needs assessment; patient and carers perspectives on
Mrs Sarah Crawford-Browne
Lecturer: primary health care; culture, psyche and illness;
psychological trauma; community based mental health
Dr Des Michaels
Lecturer: primary health care; health promotion; integrated
clinical practice; Collaboration for Health Equity through
Education and Research; social accountability
Mrs Claudia Naidu
Junior Research Officer: Collaboration for Health Equity
through Education and Research; social accountability
Contact Details
Cha Johnston
Primary Health Care Directorate
Old Main Building, Groote Schuur Hospital
E47-25, Observatory, 7925
Telephone: +27 21 406 6031/6761
Fax: +27 21 448 5653
Research output
Chapters in books
Favish, J., Ross, D.A., Inggs, S.C., Kathard, H., Clarkson, C.P.,
Case, J.M., Collier-Reed, B.I. and Reid, S. 2012. Reflections
on developing distinctive University of Cape Town graduate
attributes. In M. Coetzee, et al. (eds), Developing Student
Graduateness and Employability, pp. 207-225. Randburg:
Knowres Publishing. ISBN 9781869221898.
Irlam, J.H. 2012. Evidence-based paediatric practice. In M.
Kibel , H. Saloojee and T. Westwood (eds), Child Health for
All, pp. 560-565. 5
Edition. Cape Town: Oxford University
Press Southern Africa. ISBN 9780199042357.
Crawford-Browne, S., Benjamin, L. et al. 2012. More than
a drop in the ocean: Breaking the cycle of violence. A
reflection on the theory and practice of Community Action
towards a Safer Environment. Chapter 2: The context of
continuous trauma in South Africa, 5-6, Community Action
Towards A Safer Environment (CASE), Cape Town. ISBN
Articles in peer-reviewed Journals
Baum, R. 2012. Stretching the limits of cognitively disabled
performers through dance/ movement therapy. Academic
Journal of Creative Arts Therapies, 2(2): 201-211.
Crawford-Browne, S.H. and Kaminer, D.B. 2012. The use
of concept mapping in engaging women to identify the
factors that influence violence. Journal of Psychology in
Africa, 22(4): 529-538.
Diab, P.N., Flack, P.S., Mabuza, L.H. and Reid, S.J.Y. 2012.
Qualitative exploration of the career aspirations of rural
origin health science students in South Africa. Rural and
Remote Health: The International Electronic Journal of
Rural and Remote Health Research, Education Practice &
Policy, 12(2251):1-11.
Solomon, G.A.E., Greenberg, J., Futter, M.J., Vivian, L.M.H.
and Penn, C. 2012. Understanding of genetic inheritance
among Xhosa-speaking caretakers of children with
hemophilia. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 21: 726-740.
Hartman, N., Kathard, H., Perez, G., Reid, S., Irlam, J.H.,
Gunston, G.D., Janse van Rensburg, V.C., Burch, V.C.,
Duncan, E.M., Hellenberg, D.A., Van Rooyen, I.W., Smouse,
M.R., Sikakana, C.N.T., Badenhorst, E.S. and Ige, B. 2012.
Health sciences undergraduate education at University of
Cape Town: a story of Transformation. SAMJ South African
Medical Journal, 102(6): 477-480.
Keikelame, M.J., Hills, R.M., Naidu, C., De Sa, A.M.R. and
Zweigenthal, V. 2012. General practitioners perceptions on
management of epilepsy in primary care settings in Cape
Town, South Africa: an exploratory pilot study. Epilepsy &
Behavior, 25: 105-109.
Naidu, C., Zweigenthal, V., Irlam, J.H., London, L. and
Keikelame, M.J. 2012. An evaluation of University of Cape
Town medical student’s community placements in South
Africa. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family
Medicine, 4(1): 1-7.
Naidu, C. and Irlam, J.H. 2012. Evaluating the rural health
placements of the rural support network at the Faculty of
Health Sciences, University of Cape Town. South African
Family Practice, 54(4): 352-357.
Nash, J., Rapatsa, A., Reid, S. and Gaunt, B. 2012.
Reflections: a rural perspective: four stories. SAMJ South
African Medical Journal, 102(6): 433-435.