Programme: PUBLIC HEALTH
Course: ACADEMIC SKILLS FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
Code: RESE 1065
Coordinator: CHRISTINE STACEY
The purpose of this task is to attend the library workshop as new students to familiarize with the library resources because this is going to be an important source of information throughout this course. Then use Gibbs reflective cycle to explain the experience of the Library services for my learning.
Gibbs (1975) emphasizes different stages starting with what happened? What were you thinking? What were the thoughts of others? How do you know? What other options were open to you and what would you do if the situation arose again.
I started off by getting into Moodle to book myself in for a Library works shop, this was a new system to me but it did not feel so strange. I though going to the library was just a matter of going shelves to look for books which is not the case until I was introduced to Dewey which is called the Dewey Decimal Classification System which is made up of Ten classes into divisions and then sections using numbers system and within numbers represents the type of study and put under sub divisions, so locating the books was made easy.
After the Library workshop locating books was not a problem anymore, and in addition to the available books, up to date journals and Articles which provides recent and up to date information, there are E-books as well. There are of different Database systems for example Swetswise, EBBSCO making it accessible from home without physically visiting the Library.
Therefore a library is very important to my studies because it offers up to date materials through Journals and Articles which i have learnt to use through the Library Workshop I attended, I can sit at home and go into the library and search for material I want in other words its time consuming
Another way the Library is important to my studies is that it has got friendly Librarians who are always willing to help in any case of a problem that is to say on how to locate books in the library and if a certain material is not available you can reserve it for pick up, and other sorts of help when required.
In conclusion therefore with the workshop was very vital in understand the usefulness of the library and it made me get full awareness of the wealth of resources to enhance my success in my studies for example before I was no aware of the available Database and how to access the Library from home.
. Where is Swaziland?
Swaziland can be found in the south of Africa
.Does Swaziland has a coastline?
It is a landlocked country and therefore, it is has no coastline In the study by Jewkes et al (2002) what percentage of females were found to have experienced forced or coerced intercourse before the age of 15 years? One point six per cent (1.6%)
In Swaziland what percentage of women have experienced some form of sexual violence (express as a %) 33.3 % of the population in Swaziland have experienced some form of sexual violence
What was life expectancy in 1992 and 2007
Life expectancy was 60.6 years and 45.3 years respectively
What is the main language of Swaziland?
SiSwati is the main language for Swaziland
Name one of the previously tested survey instruments that the questionnaire was based on? It was based on HIV/AIDS/STD behaviour surveillance surveys
List the demographics characteristics of the female respondents demographic characterizes of the female respondents included, Age, place of residence, that is to say rural or urban, attendance of female students at school, and Marital status of parents. Which statistical tool was used to examine each risk factor in relation to childhood sexual violence? Bivariate logistic and multivariate regression tools was used Which ethical guidelines were strictly followed?
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