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  • Lynette L.-Y. Lim, Sam-ang Seubsman, Adrian C. Sleigh
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Health and quality of life outcomes
  • 2008 (First Publication: 18 July 2008)
  • BackgroundSince its translation to Thai in 2000, the SF-36 Health Survey has been used extensively in many different clinical settings in Thailand. Its popularity has increased despite the absence ofExpand
  • Cathy Banwell, Lorenzo Lim, Sam-ang Seubsman, Chris Bain, Jeannette L. Dixon, Adrian Sleigh
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health
  • 2009 (First Publication: 16 January 2009)
  • Background: Thailand is undergoing a health-risk transition with overweight and obesity emerging as an important population health problem. This paper reports on a study of the transition, focusingExpand
  • Emily Banks, Lynette L.-Y. Lim, Sam-ang Seubsman, Christopher J. Bain, Adrian C. Sleigh
  • Medicine
  • BMC public health
  • 2011 (First Publication: 4 October 2011)
  • BackgroundPatterns of physical activity (PA), domestic activity and sedentary behaviours are changing rapidly in Asia. Little is known about their relationship with obesity in this context. ThisExpand
  • Vasoontara Yiengprugsawan, GA Carmichael, LL-Y Lim, Sam-ang Seubsman, Ac Sleigh
  • Medicine
  • Health policy and planning
  • 2011 (First Publication: 24 August 2010)
  • Thailand implemented a Universal Coverage Scheme (UCS) of national health insurance in April 2001 to finance equitable access to health care. This paper compares inequalities in health service useExpand
  • Matthew B. Kelly, Sam-ang Seubsman, Cathy Banwell, Jane M Dixon, Adrian C. Sleigh
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Agriculture and human values
  • 2015 (First Publication: 11 November 2014)
  • Transnational food retailers expanded to middle-income countries over recent decades responding to supply (liberalized foreign investment) and demand (rising incomes, urbanization, female workforceExpand