Academic Profiles

Prof J Maritz

College of Human Sciences
School of Social Sciences
Department: Health Studies
Professor
Tel: 012 429 6534
Fax: 012 429 6688
E-mail: maritje@unisa.ac.za

Qualifications

  • DCur (PSYCH) (UJ)
  • MCur (PSYCH) (RAU)
  • BCur (EDetADM) (RAU)
  • Dipl (Nursing, Community, Psychiatry) Midwife (ALNC)

NRF Rating

C3

Fields of academic interests

  • Research development, innovation and support
  • Coaching, mentoring and supervision
  • Mental Health

Field of Specialisation

  • Research development, innovation and support
  • Coaching, mentoring and supervision
  • Mental Health

Books

  • Maritz, J. E. & Prinsloo, P., 2016. THE NEW NORMAL: NOMADIC IDENTITIES AND THE FUTURE OF DOCTORAL SUPERVISION. In: C. Aitchison, E. Bitzer, R. Albertyn & M. Fourie-Malherbe, eds. Postgraduate supervision: future focus for a knowledge society. Stellensbosch: SUN, pp. 220-240.

Journal articles

  • Henrico, K;  Maritz, J E &  Bezuidenhout J. 2019. Self-managing individual wellness for the health professional: a somatology perspective Health SA Gesondheid, 24: a 1119.).
  • Kizza, I.B & Maritz, J.E. 2019 June. Family caregivers for adult cancer patients: knowledge and self-efficacy for pain management in a resource-limited setting. Supportive Care in Cancer. 27(6): 2265-2274.)
  • Maritz, J. E & Prinsloo, P. 2019. The (d)(t)oxic lifeworld of early career supervisors. Teaching in Higher Education. 24:4, 563-577. DOI 10.1080/13562517.2018.1498075.
  • Mothokoa, N.B. & Maritz, J., 2018, Recognition of prior learning candidates’ experiences in a nurse training programme, Health SA Gesondheid  [S.l.], 23 (0): a1080 (7 pages). http://doi.org/ 10.4102/hsag.v23i0.1080.
  • Roets, L & Maritz, J. 2017. Facilitating the development of higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) of novice nursing postgraduates in Africa. Nurse Education Today 49: 51-56.  DOI:
  • Gurunda, H & Maritz, J. 2016. Alcohol use: Views of People Receiving In-Patient Care for Mental Health Conditions. Journal of Psychology in Africa 26(5):457-462. DOI: 10.1080/14330237.2016.1219559.
  • Henrico, K & Maritz, J. 2016. Self-coaching strategies to promote health professionals’ individual wellness. The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher 28(3): 288-302.
  • Chibaya, G & Maritz, J. 2016. Illicit drug use by secondary school learners: reclaiming a life. The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher 28(3): 264-277.
  • Sibanyoni, N & Maritz, J. 2015. Health planners and selected service provider perspectives on the challenges of implementing legislation on community-based mental health services. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery 17 (Supp): 90-105.
  • Maritz, J. E & Prinsloo, P. 2015. “Queering” and Querying Academic Identities in Postgraduate Education. Higher Education Research and Development 34 (4): 695-708.  DOI: 10.1080/07294360.2015.1051007
  • Maritz, J. E & Prinsloo, P. 2015. A Bourdieusian perspective on becoming and being a postgraduate supervisor: the role of capital. Higher Education Research and Development 34(5) 972-985. DOI=10.1080/07294360.2015.1011085
  • Jooste, K. & Maritz, J. 2015. Health Care Professionals and Family Perspectives of Youth’s Trauma: Suggestions for Coaching and Self-Leadership. The Open Family Studies Journal 7 (Suppl 1: M1) 1-10.
  • Jooste, K. & Maritz, J. 2014.  Youths’ experience of trauma: Personal transformation though self-leadership and self-coaching. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance November (Supplement 2:1), 91-106.
  • Lalloo, K., Khamisa, N., Maritz, J. & Visagie, R. 2013. Impact of organisational growth on employee wellbeing in a private higher education institution. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance November (Supplement 1), 12-22.
  • Maritz, J.E.; Visagie, R.G. & Johnson, B. 2013. External group coaching and mentoring: building a research community of practice at a University of Technology. Perspectives in Education 31(4): 155-167.
  • Maritz, J. 2013. A journey through Currere: Challenging hegemonies in research education and postgraduate supervision in tertiary open and distance learning. Progressio 35(2):157-176.
  • Maritz, J.E.; Roets, L. 2013. A virtual appreciative coaching and mentoring programme to support novice nurse researchers in Africa.  African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance September (Supplement 1); 80-92
  • Roets, L & Maritz J. 2013. Challenges, opportunities and achievements of nurses’ research supervision across language borders. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance September (Supplement 1); 68-79.
  • Maritz, J.E. 2013. Taming the wild west of business coaching training: An emerging conceptual framework. Acta Commercii 13 (1); 11 pages.
  • Moagi, M.M.; Janse van Rensburg, E.S. & Maritz, J. 2013. Student nurses' experiences of the clinical psychiatric learning environment in an education institution. Journal of Psychology in Africa 23(2); 359-362.
  • Jooste, K.; Khumalo, V. & Maritz, J. 2013. Sportmen’s experiences at a somatology clinic receiving a sport message. Health SA Gesondheid 18, (1) (2013), 9 pages. doi: 10.4102/hsag.v18i1.637
  • Maritz, J.E. Visagie, R.G. & Burger, D. 2013.  Exploring research coaching and mentoring as a strategy to promote research output and manage research diversity in Private Higher Education Institutions. The International Journal of Diversity in Education 11 (3); 1-8.
  • Maritz, J.E. & Visagie, R.G. 2011. A research coaching and mentoring framework to nurture the development of emerging researchers. Acta Academia Supplimentum (2); 169-197.
  • Maritz, J.E; Poggenpoel, M & Myburgh, C.P.H 2011. Exploring teaching strategies for business coaching training programmes. Acta Academia 43(4); 152-180.
  • Maritz, J.E. & Jooste, K. 2011. Debriefing interviews and coaching conversations: Strategies to improve student reflexivity. South African Journal of Higher Education 25(2); 972-986.
  • Maritz, J.E. 2010. Nurses’ Experience of the Early Identification of Depression in the Primary Care Setting of South Africa. Journal of Psychology in Africa 20(2)257-262.
  • Maritz, J.E. 2010. Follow-up of Mental Health Care Users in the Primary Care Setting in South Africa. Journal of Psychology in Africa 20(1) 63-70.
  • Maritz, J.E; Poggenpoel, M; Myburgh, C.P.H 2009. Core competencies necessary for a managerial psycho-educational training programme for business team coaches. SA Journal of Human Resource Management 7(1); 1-8.
  • Visagie, R.G. & Maritz, J.E. 2009. Diversifying business coaching in a South African higher education context to facilitate research output. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations 9 (3); 1-14.
  • Maritz, J; Poggenpoel, M & Myburgh, C.P.H. 2008. A Parent’s Experience of the Couple Relationship After Child Bereavement in South African. Journal of Psychology in Africa 18(4); 603-612.
  • Waterson,E; Harms, E; Qupe,L; Maritz,J; Manning,M; Makobe,K & Chabeli,M. 2006. Strategies to improve performance of learners in a Nursing College: Part 1. Curationis 29 (2); 56-65.
  • Waterson,E; Harms, E; Qupe,L; Maritz,J; Manning,M; Makobe,K & Chabeli,M .2006. Strategies to improve performance of learners in a Nursing College: Part 2. Curationis 29 (2); 66-76.

Professional positions, fellowships & awards

  • Fellow: Academy of Nursing in South Africa (FANSA)
  • Golden Key International Honour Society: Life member based on outstanding academic achievement - 2001
  • Sigma Theta  Tau International: Inaugurated on the 6th of August 2004 - full member
  • South African Nursing Council (SANC)- member

Projects

  • Developing professional pathways for postgraduate supervisors