Occupational health research priorities in Malaysia: a Delphi study.

  title={Occupational health research priorities in Malaysia: a Delphi study.},
  author={Steven S Sadhra and Jeremy Richard Beach and T Ching Aw and K Sheikh-Ahmed},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  volume={58 7},
OBJECTIVES As part of a consultancy project on occupational health, the Delphi method was used to identify research priorities in occupational health in Malaysia. METHODS Participation was sought from government ministries, industry, and professional organisations, and university departments with an interest in occupational and public health. Two rounds of questionnaires resulted in a final list of priorities, with noticeable differences between participants depending on whether they worked… CONTINUE READING
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