prof. dr. tong seng fah

pensyarah perubatan

jabatan perubatan keluarga

 tsf@ppukm.ukm.edu.my

No. sambungan :  0192363110

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Dr Tong is an academic family physician from the Department of Family Medicine, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He graduated in 1997 and obtained Master in Medicine (Family Medicine) in 2004, and PhD (General Practice) in 2012. He is currently a professor in family medicine and has been actively teaching undergraduate and post-graduate students on the specialty of family medicine since 2004. In this broad interest, He has focused on health screening in primary care settings, men’s health, chronic care and inter-professional collaborative practice. He believes in tapping on primary care research as a tool to improve primary care service deliveries. He has been a committee member in Malaysian Primary Care Research Group since its inception in 2004, under the umbrella of Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia and is a current president for Qualitative Research Association of Malaysia 2018/2020. He has involved in quality evaluation of primary care service deliveries, promoting primary care research, exploring the process of undertaking research among primary care practitioners and exploring the decision-making process in primary care doctors in offering health screening to men. He has written about mixed method research and promoted qualitative research methodologies to many through workshops, seminars and conferences. Most of his recent studies have taken a qualitative approach, more specifically, using grounded theory methods.

  • anuar mohamad, hizlinda tohid, saharuddin ahmad, seng fah tong, mahadir ahmad.  (2021).  risk perception for developing erectile dysfunction among malaysian men with type 2 diabetes mellitus.  - kesmas: jurnal kesehatan masyarakat nasional.  51-58. 

     

    ming tsuey lim, su miin ong, seng fah tong, peter groenewegen, sheamini sivasampu.  (2021).  comparison between primary care service delivery in malaysia and other participating countries of the qualicopc project: a crosssectional study.  - bmj open.  1-9. 

     

    yee heng chai, seng fah tong, khairuddin bin a. wahab.  (2021).  intention to seek professional help for depression and its associated factors among elderly patients in tenkera health clinic, melaka, malaysia.  - medical journal of malaysia.  61-67. 

     

    ryuki kassai, chris van weel, karen flegg, seng fah tong, tin myo han, sairat noknoy, myagmartseren dashtseren, pham le an, chirk jenn ng, ee ming khoo, kamaliah mohd noh, meng-chih lee, amanda howe and felicity goodyear-smith.  (2020).  priorities for primary health care policy implementation: recommendations from the combined experience of six countries in the asia pacific.  - australian journal of primary health.  351-357. 

     

    xin rou teh, ming tsuey lim, seng fah tong, masliyana husin, noraziani khamis, sheamini sivasampu.  (2020).  quality of hypertension management in public primary care clinics in malaysia: an update.  - plos one.  1-14. 

     

    ming tsuey lim, su miin ong, seng fah tong, peter groenewegen, sheamini sivasampu.  (2021).  comparison between primary care service delivery in malaysia and other participating countries of the qualicopc project: a crosssectional study.  - bmj open.  1-9. 

     

    daniel teck lung wong, seng fah toh, tuti iryani mohd daud, salina abd aziz, marhani midin.  (2020).  factors influencing professional help-seeking behavior during first episode psychosis in schizophrenia: an exploratory study on caregivers` perspective.  - frontiers in psychiatry.  1-12. 

     

    ai theng cheong, seng fah tong, karuthan chinna, ee ming khoo, su may liew.  (2020).  gender differences in factors influencing intention to undergo cardiovascular disease health checks: a cross-sectional survey.  - plos one.  1-12. 

     

    xin rou teh, ming tsuey lim, seng fah tong, masliyana husin, noraziani khamis, sheamini sivasampu.  (2020).  quality of hypertension management in public primary care clinics in malaysia: an update.  - plos one.  1-14. 

     

    ming tsuey lim, yvonne mei fong lim, seng fah tong, sheamini sivasampu.  (2019).  age, sex and primary care setting differences in patients perception of community healthcare seeking behaviour towards health services.  - plos one.  1-18. 

     

    ryuki kassai, chris van weel, karen flegg, seng fah tong, tin myo han, sairat noknoy, myagmartseren dashtseren, pham le an, chirk jenn ng, ee ming khoo, kamaliah mohd noh, meng-chih lee, amanda howe and felicity goodyear-smith.  (2020).  priorities for primary health care policy implementation: recommendations from the combined experience of six countries in the asia pacific.  - australian journal of primary health.  351-357. 

     

    masliyana husin, norazida ab rahman, xin ci wong, kamaliah mohamad noh, seng fah tong, willemijn schafer, wienke boerma, rifat atun and sheamini sivasampu.  (2020).  recruitment and participation of a survey in a public-private primary care setting: experience from the qualicopc malaysia.  - primary health care research & development.  1-8. 

     

    leow shing ni, tong seng fah.  (2019).  factors associated with successful fasting among type 2 diabetic mellitus patients during ramadan: a retrospective recall study.  - medicine & health.  97-108. 

     

    siti aisyah abd majid, ezura madiana md monoto, seng fah tong.  (2017).  perceived paternal engagement during pregnancy in an urban primary care clinic in malaysia.  - medicine & health.  67. 

     

    tan ce, tong sf, aida j, zuhra h.  (2016).  cross-cultural adaptation and linguistic validation of the hypoglycaemia symptom rating scale (hyposrq) among malaysian patients with diabetes mellitus.  - medicine and health.  72-82. 

     

    seng fah tong, nabishah mohamed, chai eng tan, benny effendie, kanaga kumari chelliah, john hv gilbert..  (2016).  leading research and evaluation in interprofessional education and collaborative practice.  - 24. 

     

    seng fah tong, wen tin tong, wah yun low.  (2018).  ensuring research integrity and the ethical management of data.  - 18. 

     

    seng fah tong, nabishah mohamed, chai eng tan, benny effendie, kanaga kumari chelliah, john hv gilbert..  (2016).  leading research and evaluation in interprofessional education and collaborative practice.  - 24. 

     

    hui meng tan, seng fah tong, wah yun low, chirk jenn ng.  (2009).  men's health around the world: a review of policy and progress across 11 countries.  - 39-44. 

     

    tong seng fah.  (2008).  stay healthy, your choice: a health guide for men.  - 20-24. 

     

    low wah yun, tan hui meng, ng chirk jenn, tong seng fah, khoo ee ming, wong li ping.  (2008).  about men's health: views from mars and venus.  - 34-93. 

     

    tong seng fah, khoo ee ming, ng chirk jenn, verna lee kar mun, irmi zarina ismail, lee ping yein, mastura ismail, iliza idris, noor azizah tahir.  (2015).  a step by step guide to primary care research.  - 132. 

     

    tong seng fah, ambigga devi a/p s. krishnapillai, maizatullifah miskan, mazapuspavina md. yasin, ng kien keat, adibah hanim ismail, cheong ai theng, zuhra hamzah, ching siew mooi, verna lee kar mun.  (2015).  consensus guide to adult health screening for general population attending primary care clinics.  - Ed. Ke-1. 

     

    dr. nurul husna ahmad rahman, dr. syamsa rizal abdullah, dr. wathiqah wahid, dr. noor akmal shareela ismail, ahmad syafiq yusof, prof tong seng fah.  (2020).  progress report using padlet: an innovation in ukm elective posting project.  - eduinnovation 2020.  1. 

     

    ng chirk jenn, zakiah bt mohd said, norzakiah mohd tahir, teo chin hai (editors)jamaluddin aziz, tong seng fah, zulkifli md zainuddin (expert contributor).  (2019).  national men's health plan of action malaysia 2018-2023.  - 38. 

     

    hizlinda tohid, chai-eng tan, seng-fah tong, noorazimah mohamad, noorlaili tohit, saharuddin ahmad.  (2017).  a journey of transformation a qualitative exploration of the phases of living with diabetes.  - 9th international qualitative research conference 2017. 

     

    chai-eng tan, teh rohaila jamil, zuhra hamzah, noorlaili tohit, norhamizah zahari, seng-fah tong.  (2017).  effectiveness of two different models of modified team-based learning in delivering concepts of family medicine: an action research approach.  - 9th international qualitative research 2017. 

     

    tong seng fah.  (2016).  screening in men: have we done enough?.  - 19th family medicine scientific conference 2016.