Nabishah Mohamad

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Bedside teaching is a vital component of medical education. It is applicable to any situation where teaching is imparted in the presence of patients. In teaching in the patients' presence, learners have the opportunities to use all of their senses and learn the humanistic aspect of medicine such as role modeling, which is vital but difficult to communicate(More)
Salam A, Harlina HS, Nabishah M. Campus community partnership in bedside teaching: Staff development program at a secondary health care hospital in malaysia. Bedside teaching is an essential component of medical education and provides the learners an opportunity to use nearly all of their senses. A comprehensive physical examination can provide a diagnosis(More)
OBJECTIVE Special Study Module (SSM) is a mandatory research module implemented in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). The objective of this paper is to provide a brief overview on the student research activities and to find out the outcome measures in terms of publication. METHODS It was a retrospective study done on SSM research projects at UKM. The(More)
  • H Yusuff, N Mohamad, U K Ngah, A S Yahaya
  • 2012
In this study, the diagnosis of breast cancer from mammograms is complemented by using logistic regression. The radiologists can use the results to make a proper judgment as to the presence of breast cancer. Data were obtained from survey questions completed by the radiologist during his observation of the patients. The results using logistic regression(More)
Presented in this paper is an empirical model for long-term rain attenuation prediction and statistical prediction of site diversity gain on a slant path. Rain attenuation prediction on a slant path is derived using data collected from tropical regions, and the formula proposed is based on Gaus-sian distribution. The proposed rain attenuation model shows a(More)
INTRODUCTION The Comprehensive Healthcare (CHC) module was developed to introduce pre-clinical medical and pharmacy students to the concept of comprehensive healthcare. This study aims to explore their shared learning experiences within this module. METHODOLOGY During this module, medical and pharmacy students conducted visits to patients' homes and to(More)
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