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Research Article
Published On: August 28, 2019

Family Health Culture and Young Adult Health Behaviors’ and Wellbeing

Cassidy T* and Hinds M
The aim of this study was to explore the relationship between family health culture and the health behaviour of young people, using a cross-sectional survey of 379 children and young adults aged between 14-25 years. Results show that SES, mother’s education...

Research Article
Published On: October 11, 2019

Losing an Unborn Baby: Support after Miscarriage

O’Kane E and Cassidy T*
Objectives: The lack of professional healthcare support can exacerbate negative emotions, making it extremely difficult for women to cope following miscarriage. This study sought to further understand the experiences of women who miscarry in relation to the healthcare support they received....

Research Article
Published On: October 23, 2019

A Cross-Sectional Study on Patient Satisfaction at International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) Family Health Clinic, Kuantan Pahang Malaysia

Mohammad CM*, Muhammad Zubir Y, Amsyareezmi J, Amira Sofiyah A and Fakhri Syahmi K
Introduction: Patient satisfaction may be defined as a representation of attitude, emotion and perception towards health services provided. It may be measured using tools such as patient satisfaction surveys thereby allowing healthcare provider to improve their quality of service....

Research Article
Published On: October 29, 2019

A Study on Prevalence of Depression among Adults Attending International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) Family Health Clinic, Kuantan Pahang, Malaysia

Mohammad CM*, Muhammad Zubir Y, Ahmad Azri A, Muhammad Mustaufiq S and Mohammad Afif MR
Introduction: Depression is a common mental disorder among the general population. According to WHO, people with depression is experiencing boredom in things they usually enjoy, loss of capability in self-care and have long standing period of sadness?...

Research Article
Published On: November 20, 2019

Non-Communicable Diseases among Orang Asli of Kampung Ulu Tual

Shalihin SE*, Mohamad S, Mustapha S, Nabli S, Athirah N, Mamat A, Mardhiah A, Athirah A, Mohamad D, Anesha Y, Aiman A, Hasif A, Fuad M, Sabirin S and Osman A
Introduction: Non communicable disease is increasing in trend and becoming one of significant major global problem that involves all strata of population including the aborigines. In fact, the prevalence might be higher in this population due to lack of access for regular screening...