The effect of speaking English as a second language on the study of anatomy and physiology in the nursing programme

E.M. Langtree, A. Razak, F. Haffejee

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Anatomy and Physiology; English second language; Higher education; Nursing education; South Africa; Student

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20853/32-1-793

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