Health Sciences and Pharmacy Online Masters graduation list and research topics
- the list is in order of graduation date with no other criteria
- Research links marked with * are available on the UKZN research space
- Links marked with ** are available via open source journals
|Surname||Firstname||Qualification||Date of Graduation||Research Topic||Research Supervisor|
|Chikeya||Grace||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacoeconomics)||15 May 2021||Annual costs incurred on managing adverse drug reactions attributable to fixed dose combination Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy (HAART) in outpatient ARV clinics in Gauteng. See|
Chikeya, G., Oosthuizen, F., & Bangalee, V. (2021). Annual Costs Incurred in Managing Adverse Drug Reactions Attributable to Fixed-Dose Combination Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy in an Outpatient Antiretroviral Clinic in Gauteng: A Budget Impact Analysis. Value in Health Regional Issues, 25, 142-149.
|Ballaram||Sholene||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||15 May 2021||An evaluation of knowledge, attitude and behaviour amongst patients regarding antibiotic use and misuse in South Africa||Suleman, F|
|Tlaila||Malebogo||Master of Health Sciences (Pharmacovigilance)||15 May 2021||Awareness, attitudes and experiences of patients taking antiretrovirals towards adverse drug reactions at a public health facility in KwaZulu-Natal||Ojewole, E|
|Jacob||Valencia||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||15 May 2021||Antimicrobial prescribing in the surgical and medical wards at a private hospital in KwaZulu-Natal See also|
Jacob, V., & Mahomed, S. (2021). Antimicrobial prescribing in the surgical and medical wards at a private hospital in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 2019. South African Medical Journal, 111(6), 582-586. doi:10.7196/SAMJ.2021.v111i6.15403
|Singh||Reeya||Master of Health Sciences (Pharmacovigilance)||18 November 2021||A comparison of the safety and cost profiles of Tyrosine kinase inhibitors used in the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia||Bangalee, V & Oosthuizen, F|
|Soto||Anatérica||Master of Health Sciences (Antibiotic Stewardship)||18 November 2021||Environmental-structural, relational and individual factors influencing HIVpositive female patients’ adherence to HIV Antiretroviral Treatment at Polana Caniço General Hospital, Maputo, Mozambique||Solomon, VP|
|Bojuwoje||Adetola Olaniyi||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||18 November 2021||Polypharmacy and the occurrence of potential drug-drug interactions among geriatric patients at the outpatient pharmacy department of a regional hospital in Durban, South Africa. See|
Bojuwoye, A.O., Suleman, F. & Perumal-Pillay, V.A. Polypharmacy and the occurrence of potential drug–drug interactions among geriatric patients at the outpatient pharmacy department of a regional hospital in Durban, South Africa. J of Pharm Policy and Pract 15, 1 (2022).
|Perumal-Pilay, VA & Suleman, F|
|Chimhini||Kudzanai||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacoeconomics)||18 November 2021||A comparison of the cost of negative pressure wound therapy and conventional moist wound therapy for treating diabetic foot ulcers in Rustenburg, South Africa||Suleman, F & Mcgee, SM|
|Mantanga||Nontuthuzelo||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmaeconomics)||18 November 2021||Prevalence, the costs and treatment patterns of haemophilia at the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital, Mthatha, South Africa||Mathibe, LJ|
|Nakambale||Hilma Nambili||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacoeconomics)||18 November 2021||Global outsourcing and local tendering supply chain systems in the public healthcare sector: A cost-comparison analysis, Namibia. See|
Nakambale, H. N., & Bangalee, V. (2022). Global Outsourcing and Local Tendering Supply Chain Systems in the Public Healthcare Sector: A Cost Comparison Analysis, Namibia. Value in Health Regional Issues, 30, 1-8.
|Padayachee||Priyanda||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacoeconomics)||18 November 2021||Pharmacoeconomic analysis of primary prophylaxis versus episodic treatment, for individuals with severe Haemophilia A in South Africa||Bangalee, V & Padayachee, N|
|Shambira||Garikai||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacoeconomics)||18 November 2021||Retail pharmacy prescription medicines availability, prices, and affordability in Eswatini. See|
Shambira, Garikai, & Suleman, Fatima. (2021). Retail pharmacy prescription medicines' availability, prices and affordability in Eswatini. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine , 13(1), 1-11.
|Sibisi||Nkosinathi Jerry||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||18 November 2021||Challenges to the use of combination Antiretroviral Therapy: A retrospective cohort study at ACTS Clinic||Gray, AL|
|Dhindayal||Sherishka||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||18 May 2022||Mental health outcomes, workplace quality of life and acceptability of the COVID-19 vaccine amongst South African Pharmacists during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study||Gengiah, TN|
|Dube||Donovan||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||18 May 2022||Knowledge, practice and attitudes of community Pharmacists on pharmaceutical care in the Kingdom of eSwatini||Mathibe, LJ|
|Haripersad||Bernita||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacoeconomics)||18 May 2022||Availability of Medical Schemes’ formulary medicines at retail pharmacies in Durban, South Africa||Bangalee, V & Padayachee, N|
|Kadwa||Fahmida||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||18 May 2022||The incorporation of the standard treatment guidelines and essential medicines lists into the pharmacy curriculum at a university in South Africa: Perceptions from students and academics||Perumal-Pillay, VA|
|Shibabaw||Alemnew D||Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Practice)||18 May 2022||Inventory management practices: Implications on the pharmaceuticals’ expenditure of rabies vaccine in Namibia Public Health facilities||Bangalee, V & Nakambale HN|