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A dissertation submitted to the SCHOOL OF NURSING AND PUBLIC HEALTH COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU-NATAL DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Public Health By: Sibongile Wusumani Student No: 210545328 Supervisor: Dr Anna Voce 29 November 2013.
The aim of the paper is to elucidate a systematic approach to convert a Masters dissertation into a journal article. This approach has involved a fundamental thematic review of the literature concerning the conversion of dissertations into journal articles. From these sources pertinent approaches, processes, lessons, and guidance have been noted and analysed.
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate, Ms Mamphela Cleopatra Matlawe was bestowed with the Top Research Dissertation Award at the Management College of Southern Africa’s (MANCOSA’s) May 2014 graduation for her research that analysed the compliance levels of management competency policies at a State owned enterprise.
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