About Dr. Peter Masibinyane
Dr Peter Masibinyane Dimo trained as a social worker at North West University. He attained Master of Arts degree in 2013 at University of Limpopo. He holds a PhD in Social Work, and the focus of the study was Organ Donation. He practiced as a social worker at the Department of Social Development, Johannesburg Metro Region from 2003-2009. He joined University of Johannesburg in 2022 as a lecturer. He is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate studies as a lecturer and a supervisor. His research interests are public health social work, Employee Wellness, Social Policy and Human Rights and children.
Dimo, P.M & Delarise M. Mulqueeny. 2021. Low rates of organ donation and transplantation: Causes and solutions. Journal of Social Sciences and humanities, 18 (9): 147-157.
Dimo, P.M. 2019. Participating in organ donation: Issues among black South Africans. Global journal of health science, 11 (9): 71-80.
Dimo, P.M. 2019. Evaluation of environmental and social factors that contribute to teenage pregnancy. Gender and behaviour, 17 (2): 13040-13049.
Dimo, P.M. 2019. Evaluating marketing strategies in organ donation and transplantation. Global journal of health. 11 (10) :160-167.
Dimo, P.M. 2019. Organ donation and transplantation: Implications for social work practice. Gender and behaviour, 17 (4):14147-141157.
Dimo, P.M. 2020. Progress in organ donation and transplantation, Global journal of health science. 12 (10):133-140.
Dimo, P.M. 2018. Organ donation behaviour: Debates amongst black South Africans, Gender and behaviour, 16 (3): 12200-122210.
Nxumalo, S. S & Dimo, P.M. 2019. Challenges in Social Work Fieldwork practice: A case study of a rural-based university. ASASWEI social work conference, 2019.
Dlamini, M.T, Dimo, P.M & Mulqueeny, D.M 2021. Investigating contributory factors that prevent men from reporting gender-based violence crimes. 12th annual HSS virtual conference.
Dimo, P.M. 2021. Exploring factors that influence organ donation consent in a rural community of Limpopo province in South Africa. 2021 Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering virtual symposium.
Duma, F.P., Ndlovu, N.B & Dimo, P.M. 2021. Investigating factors that influence work burnout among social work practitioners. ASASWEI social work conference, 2021.