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Haryati Binti Anuar

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Dr. Haryati Binti Anuar

Lecturer | Department of Pharmaceutical Biology
 

Academic Qualifications

M.Sc. Community Health Science (Epidemiology and Statistics)
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Hons)
Diploma in Science

Areas of Interest
Non-Communicable Diseases
Communicable Diseases
Public Health
Structural Equation Modelling (SEM)
Developed and Validation Questionnaire
Research

Research project

Grants

Collaboration

Status

Adoption of mobile application for self-care intention among Cardiovascular disease (CVD) patients at tertiary hospital - University of Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC)

 

Pioneer Scientist Incentive Fund (PSIF)

Proj-2019-In-FOSSLA-012

Faculty of Social Sciences and Liberal Arts

On-going

Publications

  1. Sharifah Norkhadijah S. Ismail1*, Muhammad S. Othman1, Dora E. Jamaluddin1, Sarva M. Praveena1, Ho Y. Bin1, Emilia Z. Abidin1, Aini Syuhaida A. Wahab1 and A. Haryati. (2015). Assessing Respiratory Inflammation among Children Living Near to Non-Sanitary Landfill Using Interleukin-6 (IL-6). SCIENCEDOMAIN international, ISSN: 2348-0394
  2. Farahnaz Amini1* (PhD), Paramasivam Subramaniam1 (MD), Deepali Sharma2 (MD), Haryati Binti Anuar (MSc), Thamil Selvee Ramasamy (PhD) (2016). Knowledge and perceptions of regenerative medicine among physicians from Johor Bahru Malaysia. Regenerative Research 5(1) 2016 15-22

Conferences

  1. Participant - 7 th International Public Health Conference - 28-30th August 2018
  2. Participant - 6 th International Public Health Conference -2017
  3. Workshop on Publisher’s Guide to Writing and Publishing Scientific Manuscript (How to Get Published in a Research Journal) & Author Responsibilities and Right
  4. Participant - International Drug Development Workshop -2016
  5. Presenter - The 17th National Public Health Colloquium 2010 - “Sharing Public Health Best Practice”.
  6. Participant - The 16th National Public Health Colloquium 2009 – “Challenge Opportunities during Global Economic Crisis”.