Main Organiser

Julius Centre University of Malaya


Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malay

Supported by

University of Malaya

Conferece Day 1; Saturday, 7 July 2012
Time Event
0730-0900 Registration
  1. Arrival of VIPs
  2. Welcoming speech
  3. Opening speech
0930-1000 Tea Break
1000-1100 Keynote Address: Linking Clinical Epidemiology to Evidence-Based Medicine –Issues and Challenges Professor Dr. Paul Glasziou, Bond University
Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Wong Yut Lin, University of Malaya
1100-1200 Plenary 1: Clinical Epidemiology in the 21 st Century –Strategies for Success Professor Dr. Diederick E. Grobbee, University Medical Center Utrecht
Chair: Professor Dr. Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud, University of Malaya
1200-1300 Forum Current Situation of CEEBM in Asia Pacific Region
Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Tin Tin Su, University of Malaya
  Thailand Professor Pichet Sampatanukul, Chulalongkorn University
  Indonesia Professor Sudigdo Sastroasmoro, University of Indonesia
  India Professor Prathap Tharyan, Christian Medical College, India & Director of the South Asian Cochrane Network and Centre
  Taiwan Professor Peter WS Chang, Taipei Medical University & Hospitals
  Australia Professor Vivian Lin, La Trobe University
  Malaysia Professor Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud, University of Malaya
1300-1400 Lunch & Poster Presentations
1400-1500 Symposium 1 METHODS – Longitudinal Studies
Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Noran Naqiah Hairi, University of Malaya
  Epidemiological Issues In Longitudinal Studies
Professor Dr. Liam Murray, Queen’s University Belfast
  Methodological Issues In Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Cohort Studies
Associate Professor Dr. Cuno Utterwaal, University Medical Centre Utrecht
  Statistical Issues In Longitudinal Studies
Associate Professor Dr. Karuthan Chinna, University of Malaya
1400-1500 Symposium 2 CEEBM Capacity Building
Chair: Dr. Jennifer Lim, University of Leeds
  Indonesia, Professor Sudigdo Sastroasmoro, University of Indonesia
  Malaysia, Professor Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud, University of Malaya
  Thailand, Professor Pichet Sampatanukul, Chulalongkorn University
  Taiwan, Professor Peter WS Chang, Taipei Medical University & Hospitals
1500-1530 Tea Break
1530-1800 Free Paper Presentation: Track 1 - Track 5
Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Claire Choo & Dr. Hazreen Majid

01-01 Association Between Physical Activity And Metabolic Syndrome Among A Malay Population In Malaysia. Anne Chu Hin Yee

01-02 Pedometer-Determined Physical Activity, Screen-Time And Weight Status Of Suburban And Semi-Rural Malaysian Adolescents. Rosalia Saimon

O1-03 High Prevalence of Diabetic Complications Amongst The I Taukei (Indegenous Fijians) Populations In Fiji. Latileta Mataitini

O1-04 Progression Of Kidney Function In Type 2 Diabetic Patients: A 10 Year Old Cohort Study. Chia Yook Chin

O1-05 Effects Of Physical Activity In Weight Maintenance And Weight Reduction Among Women: A Systematic Review. Sareh Dashti

O1-06 Association Of Hypertriglyceridemic Waist With Cardiometabolic Risk Factors Among Multi-Ethnic Work-Cohort In Malaysia. Moy Foong Ming

O1-07 Role Of Uric Acid In Predicting The Decrease Of Renal Function In Normal And Diabetes Subject. Laurentius Aswin Pramono

O1-08 Anthropometric Measurements Of The Geriatricmedical Patients In Peninsular Malaysia. Tan Sze Lin

O1-09 Motion Ability And Fibronectin Level In Relation To Flexibility In Prefrail Older Adults. Chien Kuei-Yu

O1-10 Factual Effectiveness Of Physiotherapy Management For Diabetic Foot. A Review Of Literature. Tarun Amalnerkar

O1-11 Factors Influencing The Transition Of Smoking Stages Among Secondary School Students: The Prevalence Of Different Stages And Its Associated Factors. Premila Devi Jeganathan

O1-12 Predictors Of Handgrip Strength Among Adults Of A Rural Multi-Ethnic Community In A Developing Country. Moy Foong Ming

O1-13 A Study On Finding Influencing Factors On Diabetic Retinopathy Among Diabetic Patients Using Multiple Regression Approach. Senthilvel V.

O1-14 Factors Associated With Poor Glycaemic Control Among Older Diabetic Patients Attending A Primary Care Clinic. Zaiton Ahmad

O1-15 A Comparison Of Smoking Behaviour Characteristics Between Caucasian And Malay Smokers. Noorzuraini Robson

1530-1800 Track 2 INFECTIOUS DISEASES (I)
Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Karuthan Chinna & Dr. Maslinor Ismail

O2-01 Behaviour Of Transvestite Prostitutes To HIV/AIDS In Makassar. Esse Puji

O2-02 Audit Of Tuberculosis Cases With Severe Chest X-Ray Findings. Paranthaman V

O2-03 Implementation HIV/AIDS Prevention And Treatment Program In South Sumatera, Indonesia. Najmah

O2-04 Reliability And Validity Of The Malay Version Of Homosexuality Attitude Scale (MVHAS): A Study On A Group Of Medical Students In Malaysia. Ng Chong Guan

O2-05 A 20-Years Retrospective Cohort Study Of HIV/AIDS Situation Among Hill Tribe Vulnerable Population, Thailand. Tawatchai Apidechkul

O2-06 Factors Affecting Adherence Level To HAART (Adherence Predictors) In A Major Hospital In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Umar Yagoub Mohammed

O2-07 Predictors of Survival in Malaysian HIV Infected Patients on Anti-Retroviral Therapy (T1). Rahayu Lubis

O2-08 Determinants Of Unsuccessful Tuberculosis Treatment Outcomes In HIV Infected Patients In Klang Valley, Malaysia. Ismawati Binti Ismail

O2-09 Impact Of Isoniazid For Tuberculosis Prevention In Malaysia: An Age Structured Model. Nurhuda Ismail

O2-10 What Are Independent Predictors For Recent Onset Latent Tuberculosis In Nurses? Kittisak Sawanyawisuth

O2-11 Prevalence And Factor Associated With HIV/AIDS Related Stigma And Discriminatory Attitudes: A Cross Sectional Nationwide Study Wong Li Ping

O2-12 Molecular Epidemiology Of Risk Factors And Transmission Route Of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Among Iraqi Pregnant Women. Al-Kubaisy Waqar

O2-13 IFN Gamma And Il-10 Plasma As An Inflammation Maker On Child Living With Active Adult Tuberculosis. Pudji Lestari Dr Mkes

O2-14 Population Attributable Risk Estimates For Risk Factors Associated With Hepatitis B And C In Pakistan, Implications For Prevention Policy And Planning. Bilal Ahmed

O2-15 Strategic Management Of Chronic Hepatitis B Research Project In The Event Of Major Inundation In Thailand: Chulabhorn Hospital’s Experience. Saoraya Leuangarun

1530-1800 Track 3 CANCERS (I)
Chair: Dr. Si Lay Khaing & Dr. Fauziah Abdullah

O3-01 Managing Anxiety Among Breast Cancer Patients: The Moderating Effect Of Religious Orientation. Baqutayan Shadiya

O3-02 Cervical Cytology In Women With Abnormal Cervix. Veena Rahatgaonkar

O3-03 Quick And Easy Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool To Detect Cancer Related Malnutrition Among Surgical Outpatients In University Medical Centre Utrecht, The Netherlands. Loh Kwong Weng

O3-04 Breast Health Issues Among Rural Females: How Much They Know And What Do They Practice? Maznah Dahlui

O3-05 Habitual Physical Activity Reduces Risk Of Ovarian Cancer: A Case Control Study In Southern China. Andy Lee

O3-06 Impact Of Applied Progressive Deep Muscle Relaxation Training On The Health Related Quality Of Life Among Prostate Cancer Patients- A Quasi Experimental Trial. Mohamad Rodi Bin Isa

O3-07 CASP3, CASP9 Polymorphisms And Their SNP-SNP Interaction May Influence Stomach Cancer Risk. Qin Ni

O3-08 Use Of Thiazolidinediones And Risk Of Bladder Cancer: Disease Or Drugs? Marloes Bazelier

03-09 Rapid Screening For Depression And Anxiety In Cancer Using ECOG Performance Status. Caryn Chan Mei Hsien

03-10 A Genetic Variant In Mir-196a2 Increased Digestive System Cancer Risks: A Meta-Analysis Of 15 Case Control Studies. Kun Chen

03-11 Risk Factor Cervical Cancer At Dr.Wahidin Sudirohusodo Makassat In 2009-2010. Wahiduddin Kamaruddin

03-12 A Comparison Of Psychosocial Factors Related To Participation Levels In Breast Cancer Prevention Programs Among Iranian Women. Maryam Ahmadian

03-13 Antiproliferative Activity Of Brucea Javanica And Apoptosis Death In Human Breast Carcinoma, MCF-7. Fariza Juliana Nordin

03-14 Predictors Of Five Year Survival Among Colorectal Cancer Patients In University Malaya Medical Centre, Malaysia. Bello Arkilla Magaji.

03-15 Delays In Treatment Do Affect The Survival Of Breast Cancer. Noor Mastura Binti Mohd Mujar

Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Sanjay Rampal & Dr. Anselm Su Ting

O4-01 In-Vivo Study Of Lumbrokinase Extracted From Lumbricus Rubellus As Fibrinolytic In Cardioprotective Effect. Yogi Agung Prima Wardhana

O4-02 Risk Perception On Cardiovascular Disease Among Adults In Rural Population In Malaysia: A Pilot Study. Nazar Mohd Zabadi Bin Mohd Azahar

O4-03 A Simple Risk Score For In-Hospital Complications After Percutaneous Coronary Intervention In A Developing Asian Country. Noorhaire Sumarlie Bin Nordin

O4-04 How Adherent Are Asian Patients To Health Recommendations After Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS)? Lee Wan Lin

O4-05 Impact Of Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) On Outcomes Of Isolated CABG Surgey. Baki Billah

O4-06 Validation Of The Framingham General Cardiovascular Risk Prediction Score In A Multi- Ethnic Primary Care Cohort. Chia Yook Chin

04-07 Impact Of Prooperative Factors On Mortality Following CABG With Renal Dysfunction. Mohsina T Sumanta

04-08 Coexisting Factors And Complications Following Isolated CABG In Diabetic Patients. Molla Md Rashidul Huq

04-09 Clinical And Genetic Risk Factors Of CVD Among Malaysian Familial Hypercholetrolemic Patients. Alyaa R Al-Khateeb

04-10 Type D Personality And Distress In Coronary Artery Disease Patients: A Preliminary Study. Satpal Kaur

04-11 Early Postoperative Hemodynamics And Clinical Outcomes Of Patients Receiving Freedom Solo Aortic Valve Replacement In UMMC. Hasrina Binti Hassan

04-12 Carboxyhaemoglobin Levels Of Patients Admitted To Royal Adelaide Hospital. Hemantha Wickramatillake

04-13 Evaluation Of Cardiac And Other Clinical Malformations Of Cleft Palate Patients In Sri Lanka. Lande Bandarage Lahiru Prabodha

04-14 Identifying High Risk Patients Of Long Mortality Following CABG In Australia. Baki Billah

04-15 AusSCORE II in Predicting 30 Day Mortality Of Isolated CABG Patients. Molla Md Rashidul Huq

Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Mas Ayu Said & Dr. Azlan Darus

O5-01 Formetric Measurement Of Posture And Spinal Alignment For South Sulawesi National Athletes. Muhammad Nadjib Bustan

O5-02 Disease Patterns And Lifestyle Factors Associated With Stress Among Police Officers In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Retneswari Masilamani

O5-03 Physical And Psychosocial Determinants Of Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Hospital Based Nurses In Australia. Victor Hoe

O5-04 The Role Of Sun Light Exposure As Evidence Based And Other Risk Factors Of Epidemiology Of Senile Cataract. Khadega Ahmed Salem

O5-05 Association Between Salivary Biomarkers And Stress In Law Enforcement Officers. Retneswari Masilamani

O5-06 Case Series Of Work-Related Hand Injuries (WRHIS) Assessed Using Modified Hand Injury. Severity Score (MHISS) Ameer Alhusuny

O5-07 Sharp Injuries Among Medical, Dentistry And Nursing Students In A Teaching Hospital, Indonesia. Hartiah Haroen

05-08 Depression, Anxiety And Stress Among Workers In A Public University. Marzuki Isahak

05-09 Organizational Commitment And Resilience Among Healthcare Providers With NeedleStick Injuries. Chin-Mi Chen

05-10 Prevalence And Associated Factors Of Stress Among Police Officers In The Federal Territory Of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Retneswari Masilamani

05-11 Assessment Of Nurses Knowledge On CTG Interpretation In Hospital Putrajaya And Hospital Serdang, Malaysia. Saadat Parhizkar

05-12 Unintended Pregnancies And Contraceptive Practices Among Married Women Working In A Public University In Malaysia. Fatemeh Najafi

05-13 Vulnerable Road Users-Understanding Anatomical Injury Severity In Road Crashes For Injury Prevention. Hizal Hanis Bin Hashim

05-14 Significant Association Of APOE-E4 Allele And Unfavourable Outcome After Traumatic Brain Injury: Meta-Analysis. Anada Raj Poovindran

05-15 Testing The Agreement Of Medical Instruments: Overestimation Of Bias In The Bland- Altman Analysis. Rafdzah Ahmad Zaki