Darlina Hani Fadil AzimPerdana University - Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (PU-RCSI) · Psychology & Behavioural Science
Darlina Hani Fadil Azim
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Background: Professionalism is the basis of trust in patient–physician relationships; however, there is very limited evidence focusing on attitudes towards professionalism among medical students. Hence, the main aim of our study was to investigate Malaysian medical students’ attitudes towards professionalism with specific emphasis on the comparison...
Objectives Considerable interest has been observed in ascertaining the actual pattern of empathy skill acquisition, but this aspect remains largely unexplored in Asian medical students. This study explored the empathy trait in Asian medical students from different levels of seniority and investigated the association between students’ empathy traits...
Background: The global COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the physical and mental health of people everywhere. The aim of the study is to understand how people living in 15 countries around the globe experience an unexpected crisis which threatens their health and that of loved ones, and how they make meaning of this disruption in th...
Pathology teaching, an intensively image loaded discipline, poses a significant challenge in its delivery. A lot of effort has been placed into sourcing teaching methods that could effectively enhance students’ understanding and knowledge retention in this discipline. We describe for the first time in the literature the use of an image-based quiz (...
Background: The ability to adapt to the psychosocial disruptions associated with the refugee experience may influence the course of complicated grief reactions. Objective: We examine these relationships amongst Myanmar refugees relocated to Malaysia who participated in a six-week course of Integrative Adapt Therapy (IAT). Method: Participants (n =...
A major challenge in the refugee field is to ensure that scarce mental health resources are directed to those in greatest need. Based on data from an epidemiological survey of 959 adult Rohingya refugees in Malaysia (response rate: 83%), we examine whether a brief screening instrument of functional impairment, the WHO Disability Assessment Schedule...
Background: To investigate parents’ experience, knowledge, awareness, and perceptions on cyberbullying within three semi urban districts in Malaysia. Methods: This is a cross sectional study based on an adapted self-administered Perceptions and Awareness of Cyberbullying (PPAC) questionnaire. There were 130 participants in this study. 60% (n = 78)...