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Professor Ramadimetja Mogale
University of Pretoria

Professor Ramadimetja Shirley Mogale is a Professor and Head of the Department of Nursing Sciences at the University of Pretoria. Her research interest is in women’s health, broadly focusing on marginalization and vulnerability that stems from clinical practice experience in community and primary healthcare. Thematically, the program is about women’s issues that cut across social status of women on aspects such as violence against women, homelessness, human trafficking, (en)-gendering institutions, disability, and inclusivity as well as indigenous Afrikan knowledge. From 2014, she secured several grants nationally and institutionally for transdisciplinary scholarship on how the reported cases of violence against women are managed by state institutions in South Africa.

Recent Publications

Aphane, M.S., Khumisi, E.T. and Mogale, R.S., 2020. “I have a name, I am not mop trolley”; The working relationships in the operating theatre at a selected academic hospital. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences12, p.100185.

Moeta, Mabitja, Mogale Ramadimetja Shirley, Mgolozeli Siyabulela Eric, Moagi Miriam Mamphamo & Pema-Bhana Varshika. Practices into Health Sciences Curricula in Higher Education: An Imbizo Approach. International Journal of African Renaissance Studies-Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinary, 14(1), 67-82.

Sepeng Nombulelo, & Mogale, S. 2019. (Editorial piece) Activism against Women and Children Abuse – 16 Days versus 365 Days. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 21(), 1-2.

Mogale, R. S., & Richter, S. (2019). Prosecuting violence against women in South African courts: a reflection of the legal culture from an Afrocentric perspective. Journal of International Women’s Studies20(7), 90-101.

Msibi, N, Mogale R, Van der Waal M, & Ngcobo N 2018. Using e-Delphi to formulate and appraise the guidelines for women’s health concerns at a coal mine: A case study. Curationis, 1-6

Froneman, C, van Wyk, NC & Mogale, RS 2018. Enhancing the professional dignity of midwives: a phenomenological study Journal of Nursing Ethics, 1-13.

Moloko-Phiri, S. S., Mogale, R. S., & Hugo, J. 2017. ‘A shelter is not a home’: Voices of homeless women in the City of Tshwane. Development Southern Africa, 1-11.

Calder, M., Richter, M.S., Mao, Y., Kovacs Burns, K., Mogale, S., Danko M. 2016. International Students Attending Canadian Universities: Their Experiences with Housing, Finances, and Other Issues. Canadian Journal of Higher Education,46(2),92-110.

Mogale, R., Mulaudzi, F., Peu, M., Mataboge, M., Ngunyulu, R., & Moloko-Phiri, S. 2016 Climate change as a social determinant of health and mitigating indigenous interventions: a hermeneutic literature review. Indillinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems, 15, 19-33.

Mogale, R., Mulaudzi F.M., Peu, M.D., Mataboge, S.M., Ngunyulu, R., & Phiri, S.S. 2016.The constraints and concerns regarding the size and/or shape of the second generation female condom (FC2): the narratives from the healthcare providers. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine,8 (2) a1146.

Mulaudzi, F.M., Moloko-Phiri, S. S., Peu, M.D., Mataboge, S., Ngunyulu, R, & Mogale, R. 2016. The challenges experienced by South Africa on the implementation of interventions to attain MDG 4, 5 & 6 outcomes. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 8(2), a947. v8i2.947

Mogale R., Kushner, K.E & Richter, M.S. 2016. “If it is a tear let it be a tear, not a laceration”: Form J88 as evidence in prosecution of violence against women in South Africa. African Safety Promotion Journal, 13(2),17-30.

Peu, M.D, Mataboge, M. L.S., Ngunyulu, R.N., Mogale, S., Mulaudzi, F.M. 2015. Female condom two (FC2) marketing strategies for health care workers in Tshwane district, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance, Supplement 1:1, 37-52.

Mataboge, M.S., Ngunyulu, R.N., Mogale, S., Mulaudzi, F.M. & Peu, M.D 2015. Culture and marriage: The dual barriers to condom use among health care providers in Tshwane, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance, Supplement 1(2), 291-305.


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