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Dr Anne Noor Sri Juwaneeta Jamaludin


Position: Senior Lecturer, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health Medicine (PU-RCSI)

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Monash University Malaysia, 2018
  • Master of Counseling (MC), Open University Malaysia, 2018
  • Master of Public Health (MPH), Adelaide University, 2005
  • Graduate Diploma in Public Health (GDPH), Adelaide University, 2003

Alma Mater

  • Monash University Malaysia
  • Open University Malaysia
  • Adelaide University

Subjects Taught

  • Evidence Based Health
  • Evidence Based Medicine
  • Public Health
  • Epidemiology and Biostatistic

Email : [email protected]

Phone (office) : 03-8941 8646

Research Interests

  1. a)    Keywords:

Child health, childhood injuries, child psychopathology, adult psychopathology, mental health, electronic medical database, marginalised community health

  1. b)    Short description:

Dr. Anne Jamaludin is a public health specialist. She has a Graduate Diploma in Public Health (The University of Adelaide, Australia) and Master in Public Health (The University of Adelaide, Australia) and had recently completed her PhD in public health at Monash University Malaysia. Prior to joining PU-RCSI she had worked as a Research Associate at the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC-Monash University Malaysia) looking at child injuries specifically on road traffic injuries (pedestrian, motorcycle, knowledge and road safety attitudes and behaviour, etc).

Prior to that she had worked extensively on the ground with local communities on HIV/AIDS prevention and harm reduction programmes, specifically looking at women and children who are infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. These work brought collaboration between UNICEF Malaysia and the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Anne joined PU-RCSI as a lecturer in 2012 teaching mainly Evidence Based Health and Evidence Based Medicine subjects. In 2017, she became part of the teaching academic for the Master of Science in Public Health (MScPH) mainly teaching Epidemiology subject. Anne has several publications under peer reviewed journals.

Clubs and Associations

  • Member of All Women Action Malaysia (AWAM)
  • Member of Breastfeeding Information Bureau (BIB)
  • Member of the Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP)
  • Registered Counselor of the Malaysian Counselor Board

Publications:

  1. Identifying Children Potentially at Risk of Abuse at the Emergency Setting: A Qualitative Study on Healthcare Professionals. Jamaludin A, Quek K and Oxley, J. Public Health Open J. 2018; 3(1): 1-12. doi: 10.17140/PHOJ-3-124.
  2. The case of Child Abuse and Neglect: Identification of Non-accidental injuries by Medical Professionals at the Emergency and Trauma Department. Jamaludin A, Quek K and Oxley, J. Qualitative Research Conference 2018. 11th to 12th July. Swiss Garden Hotel, Malacca .
  3. Assessment and Evaluation of Viet Nam Child Injury Prevention Programmes (CIP). Stevenson M, Oxley J, Cuong PV, Jamaludin, A. 2012; Report. UNICEF Viet Nam.
  4. Analysis of child pedestrian deaths and serious injuries. Oxley J, Jamaludin, A, & Johnson M. Journal of Australasian College of Road Safety: Special issue on child safety. 2012; 23(2):30-36. ISSN: 1832-9497.

Awards and Accomplishments:

  • Adjunct Lecturer, Monash University Malaysia, 2018
  • First Runner Up, 3 Minute Thesis, Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences 2017

Collaborations

  1. Research Collaboration with Assoc.Prof. Erin Lim (Centre for Research Excellence, Perdana University)

Title: Investigating the practices and awareness levels of health care facility staff

and patients towards implementation of Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

  1. Research Collaboration with Prof Amal R Nimir (Microbiology, PU-RCSI)

Research Interests

  1. a)    Keywords:

Child health, childhood injuries, child psychopathology, adult psychopathology, mental health, electronic medical database, marginalised community health

  1. b)    Short description:

Dr. Anne Jamaludin is a public health specialist. She has a Graduate Diploma in Public Health (The University of Adelaide, Australia) and Master in Public Health (The University of Adelaide, Australia) and had recently completed her PhD in public health at Monash University Malaysia. Prior to joining PU-RCSI she had worked as a Research Associate at the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC-Monash University Malaysia) looking at child injuries specifically on road traffic injuries (pedestrian, motorcycle, knowledge and road safety attitudes and behaviour, etc).

Prior to that she had worked extensively on the ground with local communities on HIV/AIDS prevention and harm reduction programmes, specifically looking at women and children who are infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. These work brought collaboration between UNICEF Malaysia and the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Anne joined PU-RCSI as a lecturer in 2012 teaching mainly Evidence Based Health and Evidence Based Medicine subjects. In 2017, she became part of the teaching academic for the Master of Science in Public Health (MScPH) mainly teaching Epidemiology subject. Anne has several publications under peer reviewed journals.

Publications:

  1. Identifying Children Potentially at Risk of Abuse at the Emergency Setting: A Qualitative Study on Healthcare Professionals. Jamaludin A, Quek K and Oxley, J. Public Health Open J. 2018; 3(1): 1-12. doi: 10.17140/PHOJ-3-124.
  2. The case of Child Abuse and Neglect: Identification of Non-accidental injuries by Medical Professionals at the Emergency and Trauma Department. Jamaludin A, Quek K and Oxley, J. Qualitative Research Conference 2018. 11th to 12th July. Swiss Garden Hotel, Malacca .
  3. Assessment and Evaluation of Viet Nam Child Injury Prevention Programmes (CIP). Stevenson M, Oxley J, Cuong PV, Jamaludin, A. 2012; Report. UNICEF Viet Nam.
  4. Analysis of child pedestrian deaths and serious injuries. Oxley J, Jamaludin, A, & Johnson M. Journal of Australasian College of Road Safety: Special issue on child safety. 2012; 23(2):30-36. ISSN: 1832-9497.

Awards and Accomplishments:

  • Adjunct Lecturer, Monash University Malaysia, 2018
  • First Runner Up, 3 Minute Thesis, Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences 2017

Clubs and Associations

  • Member of All Women Action Malaysia (AWAM)
  • Member of Breastfeeding Information Bureau (BIB)
  • Member of the Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychology (MSCP)
  • Registered Counselor of the Malaysian Counselor Board

Collaborations

  1. Research Collaboration with Assoc.Prof. Erin Lim (Centre for Research Excellence, Perdana University)

Title: Investigating the practices and awareness levels of health care facility staff

and patients towards implementation of Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

  1. Research Collaboration with Prof Amal R Nimir (Microbiology, PU-RCSI)