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Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) Malaysia 2011

Category
BEHAVIOR AND BEHAVIOR MECHANISMS
BEHAVIOR
SMOKING
TOBACCO USE

In Malaysia, GATS Was Conducted In 2011 As A Nationally Representative Household Survey Of Persons 15 Years Of Age And Older Using A Standard Core Questionnaire Plus Country Adapted Questions, Sample Design, As Well As Data Collection And Management Procedures. The Institute For Public Health (IPH) Is The Implementing Agency For GATS Malaysia, In Collaboration With The Tobacco Control Unit & FCTC Secretariat, Diseases Control Division, Health Education Division, Ministry Of Health Malaysian And University Of Malaya. WHO Geneva Provided The Financial Support For Conducting GATS Malaysia. A Multi-stage Stratified Probability Sampling Design Was Used To Select 426 Enumeration Blocks And 5112 Living Quarters For The Survey. One Individual Was Randomly Chosen From Each Selected Living Quarter To Participate In The Survey. GATS Was The First Nationwide Household Survey By IPH To Be Conducted Using Handheld Devices. Data Collection Was Outsourced To A Research Company And This Was The First Time IPH Outsourced Data Collection Activity. Data Collection Was Commenced Immediately After Training Of Field Staff For A Period Of Eight Weeks; I.e. From 24 October To 18 December 2011. Data Collection Was Via Face-to-face Interview Using A Structured, Pre-tested Questionnaire. There Were A Total Of 4742 Completed Interviews. Data Was Analysed Using Sample Weights Which Was Approved By GATS Sample Review Committee. A Report And Fact Sheet Were Produced Four Months After Data Collection.


NATIONAL HEALTH AND MORBIDITY SURVEY 2017: ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND NUTRITION SURVEY

Category
PHYSIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA
DIET, FOOD, AND NUTRITION
NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA
EATING
MENTAL DISORDERS
SUBSTANCE-RELATED DISORDERS
SUBSTANCE ABUSE, INTRAVENOUS
SUBSTANCE ABUSE, ORAL
POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS
HEALTH
ORAL HEALTH
MENTAL HEALTH
BEHAVIOR AND BEHAVIOR MECHANISMS
BEHAVIOR
TECHNOLOGY ADDICTION
INTERNET ADDICTION DISORDER
SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
DRINKING BEHAVIOR
ALCOHOL DRINKING
TOBACCO USE
HUMAN ACTIVITIES
EXERCISE
ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH
PUBLIC HEALTH
CAUSALITY
PROTECTIVE FACTORS
SOCIAL SCIENCES
SOCIOLOGY
SOCIAL PROBLEMS
VIOLENCE
DIAGNOSIS
DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
ANTHROPOMETRY
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
FOOD
MEALS
NUTRIENTS
VITAMINS
TECHNOLOGY, INDUSTRY, AND AGRICULTURE
INDUSTRY
FOOD PACKAGING
FOOD LABELING

Two Main Scopes Will Be Included In The Survey. Scopes In The 2012 Survey Will Be Repeated And An Additional Scope On Oral Health Will Be Included 1. The Global School Health Survey (GSHS) GSHS Surveillance Project Designed By The World Health Organisation To Help Countries To Measure And Assess The Behavioural Risk Factors And Protective Factors In 10 Key Areas Among Young People Aged 13 To 17 Years (form 1 To 5). The GSHS Is A Relatively Low-cost School-based Survey Which Uses A Self-administered Questionnaire To Obtain Data On Young People's Health Behaviour And Protective Factors Related To The Leading Causes Of Morbidity And Mortality Among Children And Adults Worldwide. As In The Previous Survey, Additional Modules On Mental Health To Cover Depression, Anxiety And Stress Will Be Included The Survey. 2. National School-Based Nutrition Survey The National School-Based Nutrition Survey Consisted Of A Few Nutrition-related Components, Including Nutritional Status, Meal Pattern, Physical Activity, Behaviour Modification, Supplement Intake, Food Frequency Intake, And 24-hour Dietary Recall. The Survey Will Be Targeted At Students Aged 10 To 17 Years (standard 4 To Form 5).


Tobacco & e-Cigarette Survey Among Malaysian Adolescent2016

Category
TECHNOLOGY, INDUSTRY, AND AGRICULTURE
MANUFACTURED MATERIALS
SMOKING DEVICES
ELECTRONIC NICOTINE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
TOBACCO USE

The Tobacco & E-Cigarette Survey Among Malaysian Adolescent (TECMA) 2016 Is A Nationally Representative Study Which Has Been Carried Out To Obtain The Latest Information On Tobacco And E-cigarette/vape Usage Among Malaysian Adolescents As There Is No National Study On This Subject. The Objectives Of This Study Were To Determine E-cigarette/vape Usage, To Assess Student Related Knowledge And Behaviour Towards E-cigarette/vape Usage And To Determine The Prevalence Of Dual Users (tobacco And E-cigarette/vape Users) Among Malaysian Adolescents. A Two-stage Stratified Cluster Sampling Design Was Used For This Survey To Produce A Nationally Representative Data. The Target Population Were School Going Adolescents. A Total Of 14,833 Students From 138 Schools From 15 States Were Selected. A Self-administered Questionnaire Was Used As A Tool For This Survey.