Prof Nwamuhohova Hilda Shilubane is an Associate Professor in the Department of Advanced Nursing Science. She has worked for over 19 years in the higher education sector. She specialises in Nursing Education, and her research interests include child and adolescent health and mental health and has published extensively in peer reviewed and accredited journals. Among her recent publications are:

1) Shilubane H, Mazibuko N. 2020. Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and coping mechanism by parents: an explorative study. International Journal of Nursing Sciences, 7(4):413-418. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnss.2020.08.003

2) Mgolozeli SE, Shilubane HN, Khoza LB. 2019. Nurses’ attitudes towards the implementation of the Mother-Baby-Friendly initiative in selected primary healthcare facilities at Makhuduthamaga Municipality, Limpopo province, Curationis 42(1), a1929. https://doi.org/10.4/curationis.v42i1.1929

3) Shilubane HN, Bos AER, Ruiter RAC, Reddy PS, Van den Borne B. 2015. High School Suicide in South Africa: Teachers’ knowledge, views and training needs. BMC Public Health, 15:245 DOI 10.1 186/s 12889-015-1599-3.

She has supervised Honours, Masters and PhD students. Prof Shilubane is a member of the Research and Publication Committee in the Faculty of Health Sciences and the member of the same committee at university level, for the University of Venda.

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Google Scholar:

https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?view_op=new_articles&hl=en&imq=Hilda+Shilubane#

Research gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hilda-Shilubane

Orcid https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6121-0488

Full name      : Prof Nwamuhohova Hilda Shilubane
Designation    : Associate Professor

Department: Department of Advanced Nursing Science
Qualifications : RN (Giyani college of nursing) (SANC), BA (Cur), BA (Cur) (Hons), MA Cur (UNISA), PhD (Maastricht University, The Netherlands), PG Dip in Health Professional Education (UCT)
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Email address: hilda.shilubane@univen.ac.za
Office No        : 03 – Block 107 Health Sciences