2022 has been another active and productive year for the ITC UM team here. The team led by Principal Investigators; Associate Professor Dr Amer Siddiq Amer Nordin and Associate Professor Dr Farizah Mohd Hairi together with fellow co-investigators; Associate Professor Dr Anne Yee, Associate Professor Nur Amani @ Natasha Ahmad Tajuddin, Dr Mahmoud Danaee, Dr Siti Idayu, and Project Data Manager, Ina Sharyn Kamaludin and in conjunction with a great team of faculty and student researchers successfully analysed and published findings at:
1. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health on 4th March 2022
Who Are More Likely to Have Quit Intentions among Malaysian Adult Smokers? Findings from the 2020 ITC Malaysia Survey
2. Tobacco Induced Diseases Journal on 31st March 2022
Methods of the 2020 (Wave 1) International Tobacco Control (ITC) Malaysia survey
E-cigarette prevalence among Malaysian adults and types and flavours of e-cigarette products used by cigarette smokers who vape: Findings from the 2020 ITC Malaysia Survey
Reasons for using e-cigarettes and support for e-cigarette regulations: Findings from the 2020 ITC Malaysia Survey
3. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse on 21st September 2022
Are smoking restrictions at public venues and psychosocial beliefs associated with intentions to quit smoking among smokers in Malaysia?
4. East Asia Forum on 27th December 2022
Terminating tobacco troubles in Malaysia
5. A decade of Universiti Malaya Tobacco Control Research: 10 Years of Excellence, Nicotine Addiction Research Group (NARCC) which was published in May 2022
International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project: ITC Malaysia MYS1 Survey is a chapter in the “A decade of Universiti Malaya Tobacco Control Research: 10 Years of Excellence, Nicotine Addiction Research Group (NARCC)” Coffee Book 2022.
5. Winner of the Rapid Fire Oral Presentation
Ina Sharyn Kamaludin, PhD Candidate
Affiliation: Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya
Title: Intentions to quit, quit attempts, and the use of cessation aids among Malaysian adult smokers: Findings from the 2020 ITC Malaysia Survey
This report was prepared by Ina Sharyn Kamaludin and Associate Professor Dr Farizah Mohd Hairi, ITC Universiti Malaya Team, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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