Prof Verusia Chetty
Prof Verusia Chetty
Professor in Health Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Verified email at ukzn.ac.za
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Rehabilitation program for the quality of life for individuals on highly active antiretroviral therapy in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a short report
SS Maharaj, V Chetty
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 34 (4), 360-365, 2011
322011
Collaboration between health professionals in the era of antiretroviral therapy
V Chetty, SS Maharaj
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 24 (2), 166-175, 2013
252013
A rehabilitation model as key to comprehensive care in the era of HIV as a chronic disease in South Africa
V Chetty, J Hanass-Hancock
Aids Care 28 (sup1), 132-139, 2016
242016
Position Paper: The essential role of physiotherapists in providing rehabilitation services to people living with HIV in South Africa
S Cobbing, V Chetty, J Hanass-Hancock, J Jelsma, H Myezwa, SA Nixon
University of Cape Town, 2013
232013
The need for a rehabilitation model to address the disparities of public healthcare for people living with HIV in South Africa: opinion papers
V Chetty, J Hanass-Hancock
African Journal of Disability 4 (1), 1-6, 2015
182015
Committing to disability inclusion to end AIDS by 2030
J Hanass-Hancock, P Chappell, H Myezwa, B Kwagala, JM Boivin, ...
The Lancet HIV 3 (12), e556-e557, 2016
142016
Expert consensus on the rehabilitation framework guiding a model of care for people living with HIV in a South African setting
V Chetty, J Hanass-Hancock, H Myezwa
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 27 (1), 77-88, 2016
122016
The experience of acute burns of the hand–patients perspectives
T Dunpath, V Chetty, D Van Der Reyden
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (10), 892-898, 2015
112015
A Model of Care for the Rehabilitation of People Living with HIV in a Semi-Rural South African setting
V Chetty
South African Health Review, 183-194, 2015
112015
Development of a model of care for rehabilitation of people living with HIV in a semirural setting in South Africa
V Chetty, J Hanass-Hancock
JMIR research protocols 3 (4), e3580, 2014
112014
A study protocol “saving futures: developing an integrated model of rehabilitation and paediatric HIV care to foster success at school”
V Chetty, S Maddocks, S Cobbing, J Hanass-Hancock
Pilot and feasibility studies 4 (1), 1-6, 2018
102018
Integrated decentralized training for health professions education at the university of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: Protocol for the i-dect project
P Govender, V Chetty, D Naidoo, N Pefile
JMIR research protocols 7 (1), e19, 2018
102018
Caregiver satisfaction with a multidisciplinary community-based rehabilitation programme for children with cerebral palsy in South Africa
M Ngubane, V Chetty
South African Family Practice 59 (1), 35-40, 2017
102017
Satisfaction and adherence of patients with amputations to physiotherapy service at public hospitals in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
V Chetty, T Dunpath, S Meghnath, S Mothalal, V Sewmungal, U Kunene, ...
African health sciences 15 (2), 450-456, 2015
92015
'Treating a patient should be approached in a holistic manner': collaboration of doctors and physiotherapists in the rehabilitation of people living with HIV
S Maddocks, V Chetty, A Maghoo, N Mhlongo, N Mthembu, S Khanyile, ...
South African Family Practice 60 (2), 53-57, 2018
82018
“Knowing I can be helpful makes me feel good inside, it makes me feel essential”: community health care workers’ experiences of conducting a home-based rehabilitation …
S Cobbing, V Chetty, J Hanass-Hancock, H Myezwa
AIDS care 29 (10), 1260-1264, 2017
82017
Acute burns of the hands–physiotherapy perspective
T Dunpath, V Chetty, D Van Der Reyden
African health sciences 16 (1), 266-275, 2016
82016
Six Lessons for COVID-19 rehabilitation from HIV rehabilitation
DA Brown, KK O'Brien, J Josh, SA Nixon, J Hanass-Hancock, ...
Physical Therapy 100 (11), 1906-1909, 2020
72020
Physiotherapy clinical education at a South African university
M Naidoo, V Chetty, N Mnguni, S Maddocks, N Pefile, F Mthethwa, ...
African Journal of Health Professions Education 10 (1), 13-18, 2018
72018
Digital eye syndrome: COVID-19 lockdown side-effect?
AJ Munsamy, V Chetty
South African Medical Journal 110 (7), 569-569, 2020
62020
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