Wan Lian Chua

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BACKGROUND Randomised trials remain the gold standard for evaluating health interventions. This applies to the criminal justice system as well as to health. AIMS To identify and survey randomised trials relevant to forensic mental health services. METHOD We searched 29 electronic bibliographic databases and acquired randomised trials involving sex(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Most studies in Asia exclude freelance female sex workers because of difficulties in access and the illegality of their work. Data are lacking on their risk behaviors. GOAL To compare sexually transmitted disease (STD) rates, condom use, and health screening behavior between freelance and brothel-based sex workers in Singapore.(More)
AIMS There is a general consensus that individuals with conspicuous strabismus are perceived more negatively with respect to physical appearance, personality and capability. Such social biases can potentially lead to social alienation and negative psychosocial development, particularly when experienced at a young age. This study aims to explore young(More)
BACKGROUND In terms of clinical outcomes, women with schizophrenia seem to fare better then men, but appear more vulnerable to psychotic illness in the period after birth and menopause. As these vulnerable periods to psychosis are associated with estrogen withdrawal, this hormone has been proposed as a treatment for schizophrenia. OBJECTIVES To evaluate(More)
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