dr. sazlina binti kamaralzaman

pensyarah perubatan du51 (lk)

pusat kajian rehabilitasi & keperluan khas (icarehab)

No. sambungan :  0392897372

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Sazlina Kamaralzaman is a medical lecture in Rehabilitation sciences at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. She currently lectures community health topics such as health promotion, health education, topics related to disability and sexuality. Sazlina completed her medical degree at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1997 and later she pursued her MSc in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and graduated in 2003. Sazlina`s research mainly concentrated on aspects of community health-related topics related to children with special needs and had published articles related to autism spectrum disorder and cerebral palsy. She is majorly interested in special needs education, school-based rehabilitation, assistive technology for children with special needs in schools as well as health education for parents of children with special needs. In 2015, Sazlina was seconded by the Prime Minister`s department and was part of pioneering team to set up PERMATA Kurnia, the first government initiated early intervention centre for autism. Since then, Sazlina was immensely involved with research related to education-based early intervention and has been appointed as a fellow research at GENIUS Kurnia, Ministry of Education. In July 2020, Sazlina had been appointed as the principle investigator of a national project entitled Prevalence study on autism spectrum disorder in Malaysia. This study was awarded RM2,500,000 by Ministry of Economic Affairs (MEA), Prime Minister’s Department under Rolling Plan 3, 11th Malaysia Plan (RP3, RMKe-11). Sazlina was a member of UNICEF Regional Consultation on Children with Disabilities, Advocacy Leadership Network (Autism Speaks) and International Society for Autism Research. Locally, Sazlina had provided several consultation services such as Projek Peralatan OKU with Department of Polytechnic Studies, Special Needs Education Lab, in collaboration with Ministry of Education and PEMANDU,(Performance Management and Delivery Unit),

  • norazira sharudin, siti sabariah buhari, hasnah toran, sazlina kamaralzaman, kartini ilias.  (2021).  feeding issues among children with autism spectrum disorder (asd) in kuala lumpur: a preliminary qualitative study.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  215-222. 

     

    nurul nabilah zaid, rosilah wahab, sazlina kamaralzaman, hasnah toran, kartini ilias.  (2021).  perceptions of special educators towards occupational therapy trainees in a school setting.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  154-161. 

     

    kartini ilias, sazlina kamaralzaman, hasnah toran.  (2021).  a preliminary study of the diagnosis process of children with disabilities in malaysia.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  146-153. 

     

    nur rafidah mohamed, mohd wafi mohammad, sazlina kamaralzaman, rokiah omar,.  (2021).  improving management of visually impaired patients from occupational therapy perspective: a case report.  - medical journal of malaysia.  578-582. 

     

    nur adia syafika mohd noh, sazlina kamaralzaman, mohamad ghazali bin masuri, vanitha mariappan, hasnah toran.  (2021).  satisfaction of early intervention programme among parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (asd): a pilot study in malaysia.  - international journal of academic research in progressive education and development.  931-945. 

     

    nurul azmi mahamad rappek, hatta sidi, jaya kumar, sazlina kamarazaman, srijit das, ruziana masiran, najwa baharuddin and muhammad hizri hatta.  (2018).  serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors (ssris) and female sexual dysfunction (fsd): hypothesis on its association and options of treatment.  - current drug targets.  1352-1358. 

     

    sazlina kamaralzaman, siti balkis budin, hatta sidi, jamaludin mohamed, yau, m..  (2011).  female sexual dysfunction due to diabetes mellitus: study among muslim women in malaysia.  - journal of sexual medicine.  8(3):139-139. 

     

    mohammed nashiry, ismarulyusda ishak, jamaludin mohamed, siti balkis budin, mohd fairulnizal m.n., sazlina kamaralzaman & hesham m. al-mekhlafi.  (2019).  evaluation of trace elements in malay women with type 2 diabetes mellitus.  - sains malaysiana.  337-345. 

     

    nur zakiah mohd saat, sazlina kamaralzaman, norshafarina shaari & farida zurina mohd yusoff.  (2011).  association between dialysis dose and biochemical blood parameters.  - sains malaysiana.  40(5):467-473. 

     

    sazlina kamaralzaman, siti balkis budin, matthew yau, hatta sidi, anuar sani, jamaludin mohamed.  (2011).  hubungan antara sensori neuropati dan ketidakseimbangan badan di kalangan wanita melayu diabetik.  - sains malaysiana.  40(8):945-951. 

     

    norazira sharudin, siti sabariah buhari, hasnah toran, sazlina kamaralzaman, kartini ilias.  (2021).  feeding issues among children with autism spectrum disorder (asd) in kuala lumpur: a preliminary qualitative study.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  215-222. 

     

    kartini ilias, sazlina kamaralzaman, hasnah toran.  (2021).  a preliminary study of the diagnosis process of children with disabilities in malaysia.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  146-153. 

     

    nurul nabilah zaid, rosilah wahab, sazlina kamaralzaman, hasnah toran, kartini ilias.  (2021).  perceptions of special educators towards occupational therapy trainees in a school setting.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  154-161. 

     

    nur adia syafika mohd noh, sazlina kamaralzaman, mohamad ghazali bin masuri, vanitha mariappan, hasnah toran.  (2021).  satisfaction of early intervention programme among parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (asd): a pilot study in malaysia.  - international journal of academic research in progressive education and development.  931-945. 

     

    nur rafidah mohamed, mohd wafi mohammad, sazlina kamaralzaman, rokiah omar,.  (2021).  improving management of visually impaired patients from occupational therapy perspective: a case report.  - medical journal of malaysia.  578-582. 

     

    nina atiqah mat supri, siti balkis budin, matthew kwai-sang yau, sazlina kamaralzaman.  (2013).  perspective of malay muslim women regarding factors affecting women`s sexual function.  - proceedings from 21st congress of the world association for sexual health. 

     

    nor zaidah zulkifli, sazlina kamaralzaman, nur zakiah mohd saat.  (2019).  kanak-kanak palsi serebral: keberkesanan program dalam meningkatkan keupayaan tangan.  - 96. 

     

    nor zaidah zulkifli, sazlina kamaralzaman, nur zakiah mohd saat.  (2019).  kanak-kanak palsi serebral: keberkesanan program dalam meningkatkan keupayaan tangan.  - 96. 

     

    sazlina binti kamaralzaman;rosseni binti din;nur zakiah binti mohd saat;nur rafidah binti mohamed;mohd wafi bin mohammad;hasnah binti toran.  (2021).  projek vaser (video alat sokongan rehabilitasi).  -

     

    aniza ismail, aidalina mahmud, leny suzana, ghazali yusri abd rahman, sazlina kamaralzaman.  (2020).  estimation of financial aid using cost analysis of cerebral palsy: a caregiver perspective.  - 1-38. 

     

    sazlina kamaralzaman, nil farakh sulaiman, anis naazira abdul rauf, nur adia syafika mohd noh, fatinah mat adnan& nur atikah abdul halim.  (2020).  challenges in conducting the national autism prevalence study in malaysia: researchers account.  - 5th asiaengage regional conference.  1. 

     

    sazlina binti kamaralzaman;hanif farhan bin mohd rasdi.  (2020).  the correction between adaptive behaviour in children with austism spectrum disorder and parent`s psychology distress.  -

     

    nur zakiah mohd saat , sazlina kamaralzaman.  (2019).  social stories among children with autism and special needs children.  - pecipta 2019: innovation beyond immagination.  1.