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Purpose of the study was to develop, implement and evaluate a peer-based mental health programme.
Fifteen adolescent orphaned by AIDS, living in an urban area in South Africa aged 14-18 year participated in the study.
The study triangulated four qualitative methods namely, photography and photo-elicitation, reflective diaries, focus groups and the event history calendar.
Colaizzi’s method of data analysis was used.
The study was based on Erik Erikson stage of adolescence; psychoeducation process and peer-based approach.
The lived experiences were generated from the situational analysis and used as basis for the development of the programme.
The peer-based mental health support programme is effective in meeting the needs of orphaned adolescents.
Gloria Thupayagale-Tshweneagae has a PhD from Tshwane University of Technology and a Masters degree from Case Western Reserve University.
She attained a bachelors degree in nursing education from the University of Botswana.
Have researched on adolescents orphaned and affected by AIDS.
Have numerous publications in peer reviewed journals.
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