1. Blitz J, Bezuidenhout J, Conradie H, De Villiers M, Van Schalkwyk SC. “I felt colonised’: emerging clinical teachers on a new rural teaching platform. Rural and Remote Health 2014; 14: 2511.
  2. Blitz J, Kok N, Van Heerden B, Van Schalkwyk SC. PIQUE’ing an interest in curriculum development. African Journal of Health Professions Education 2014; 6(1):23-27.
  3. Dudley L. Performing a programme evaluation. The African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2014.
  4. Forgus S, Delva W, Hauptfleisch W, Govender S, Blitz J. Community vs non-community assault among adults in Khayelitsha, Western Cape, South Africa: A case count and comparison of injury severity. South African Medical Journal 2014.
  5. Govender I, Mabuza LH, Ogunbanjo G, Mash B. African primary care research: performing surveys using questionnaires. The African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2014.
  6. Mash B, De Villiers M, Moodley K, Nachega JB. Guiding the Development of Family Medicine Training in Africa through Collaboration With the Medical Education Partnership Initiative. Academic Medicine 2014; 89(8) S73-S77. .
  7. Rohwer A, Rehfuess E, Young T. E-learning of evidence-based health care to increase EBHC competencies in healthcare professionals (protocol for systematic review). Campbell Library 2014.
  8. Rohwer A, Schoonees A, Young T. Methods used and lessons learnt in conducting document reviews of medical and allied health curricula – a key step in curriculum evaluation. BMC Medical Education. 2014; 14:235.
  9. Rohwer A, Young T, van Schalkwyk SC. Effective or just practical? An evaluation of an online postgraduate module on evidence-based medicine (EBM).BMC Medical Education 2013; 13:77.
  10. Simuyemba MC, Damen HM, Michelo C, Mokone GG, Moodley K, Mugagga K. Graduate Tracking Systems for Medical Schools in Africa: Process for Developing and Implementation Framework. Academic Medicine 2014 89;8.
  11. Van Deventer C, Mash B. African primary care research: quality improvement cycles. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2014.
  12. Van Schalkwyk SC, Bezuidenhout J, Burch V, Clark M, Conradie H, Van Heerden B, De Villiers M. Developing an educational research framework for evaluating rural training of health professionals: A case for innovation. Medical Teacher 2012; 34(12).
  13. Van Schalkwyk SC, Bezuidenhout J, Conradie H, Fish T, Kok N, Van Heerden B, De Villiers M. ‘Going rural’: driving change through a rural medical education innovation. Rural and Remote Health 2014; 14: 2493.
  14. Van Schalkwyk SC, Bezuidenhout J, De Villiers M. Understanding rural clinical learning spaces: Being and becoming a doctor. Medical Teacher 2014.
  15. Van Schalkwyk SC, Kiguli-Malwadde E, Baingana R, Mehtsun S, Sagay S, Talib Z. Investing in Community-Based Education to Improve the Quality, Quantity and Retention of Physicians in Three African Countries. Education for Health 2013
  16. Young T, Rohwer A, Volmink J, Clarke M. What are the effects of teaching evidence based health care (EBHC)? Overview of systematic reviews. PLoS ONE 2014 9(1): e86706
  17. Zunza M, Mercer GD, Thabane L, Esser M, Cotton MF. M. Effects of postnatal interventions for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV on infant growth and non-HIV infections: a systematic review” Journal of the International AIDS Society 2013.
  18. Rhoderick Machekano, Taryn Young, Willie Conradie, Simbarashe Rusakaniko, Lehana Thabane. Workshop report: building biostatistics capacity in Sub-saharan Africa-taking action. Pan African Medical Journal 21, 167, 02/07/2015
  19. Rhoderick Machekano, Taryn Young, Simbarashe Rusakaniko, Patrick Musonda, Ben Sartorius, Jim Todd, Greg Fegan, Lehana Thabaneh and Usuf Chikte.  The Africa Center for Biostatistical Excellence: a proposal for enhancing biostatistics capacity for sub-Saharan Africa.  Statistics in Medicine, 02/06/2015