prof. madya dr. aznida firzah binti abdul aziz

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jabatan perubatan keluarga

 draznida@ppukm.ukm.edu.my

No. sambungan :  0391459455

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Aznida Firzah obtained her basic medical degree from Universiti of Malaya in 1992, and worked as a Medical Officer at Hospital Kuala Lumpur before obtaining Master of Medicine (Family Medicine) in 2003. In 2015, she obtained her PhD in Community Health from a joint program between United Nations University- International Institute for Global Health and UKM. She has been an academic in the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, UKM since 2003 and served as Head of Dept from 2015-2017. Combining basic principles of family medicine, and driven by passion to optimise primary care delivery of longer-term stroke care, she used her experience at Klinik Lanjutan Strok to develop an integrated care pathway for managing home-bound post stroke patients in the community (iCaPPSĀ©). During her Phd studies, she was exposed to health economics and applied it to provide economic evidence to support change in healthcare policies. Her research interests include clinical outcomes as well as economic evaluation of healthcare services and care pathway design for multidisciplinary shared care provision. Her current research projects include satisfaction with outpatient stroke care services, oral health impact on systemic disease and reducing premature coronary artery disease by early identification of familial hypercholesterolaemia. She has presented and published studies on longer term stroke care and outcomes, both local and internationally. She currently serves as Vice President of the Malaysian Health Economics Association (MAHEA) (2018-2020) and is also a member of the Malaysian Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research (MySPOR). She is a member of the Malaysian Stroke Academy since 2019.

  • haliza hasan, aznida firzah abdul aziz, syed mohamed aljunid.  (2021).  parents' and caregivers' satisfaction with community-based rehabilitation (cbr) services for children with disability in east coast states in peninsular malaysia.  - health & social care in the community.  215-226. 

     

    azera hasra ismail, sharifa ezat wan puteh, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2021).  concept paper on cost analysis and quality of life for caregivers and stroke patients managed in community: the development of conceptual framework.  - annals of the romanian society for cell biology.  3150-3162. 

     

    swee hung ang, wen yea hwong, michiel l. bots, sheamini sivasampu, aznida firzah abdul aziz, fan kee hoo, ilonca vaartjes.  (2021).  risk of 28-day readmissions among stroke patients in malaysia (2008 to 2015): trends, causes and its associated factors.  - plos one.  1-14. 

     

    zuraidah cm, ben e, aznida firzah aa, mohd fairuz a, nazrila hairizan n, isobel h..  (2020).  long term care journey of stroke survivors with mild impairment living in the community: a mixed method research.  - journal of cardiovascular, neurovascular & stroke (cvns journal).  23. 

     

    aznida firzah abdul aziz, mohd fairuz ali.  (2020).  primary care perspectives for stroke care delivery.  - malaysian stroke virtual conference.  1. 

     

    swee hung ang, wen yea hwong, michiel l. bots, sheamini sivasampu, aznida firzah abdul aziz, fan kee hoo, ilonca vaartjes.  (2021).  risk of 28-day readmissions among stroke patients in malaysia (2008 to 2015): trends, causes and its associated factors.  - plos one.  1-14. 

     

    haliza hasan, aznida firzah abdul aziz, syed mohamed aljunid.  (2021).  parents' and caregivers' satisfaction with community-based rehabilitation (cbr) services for children with disability in east coast states in peninsular malaysia.  - health & social care in the community.  215-226. 

     

    aznida firzah abdul aziz, tan chai eng, mohd fairuz ali, syed mohamed aljunid.  (2020).  the adaptation and validation of the satisfaction with stroke care questionnaire (homesat)(sasc10-my) for use in public primary healthcare facilities caring for long- term stroke survivors residing.  - health and quality of life outcomes.  1-10. 

     

    chong pui kei, nor azlin mohd nordin, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2020).  the effectiveness of home-based therapy on functional outcome, self-efficacy and anxiety among discharged stroke survivors.  - medicine.  1-6. 

     

    aznida firzah abdul aziz, nor azlin mohd nordin, amrizal muhd nur, saperi sulong, syed mohamed aljunid.  (2020).  the integrated care pathway for managingpost stroke patients (icapps©) in publicprimary care healthcentres in malaysia:impact on quality adjusted life years(qalys) and cost effectiveness analysis.  - bmc geriatrics.  1-10. 

     

    noor mikraz mohamad isa, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2020).  lower urinary tract symptoms: prevalence and factors associated with help-seeking in male primary care attendees.  - korean journal of family medicine.  256-262. 

     

    janice hew pei fang, lee jia en, tew in meei, , shahida mohd said, aznida firzah abdul aziz, rohana ahmad, tuti ningseh mohd dom.  (2018).  impact of tooth loss and preferences for tooth replacement among clinic attendees at a public university.  - journal of dentistry indonesia. 

     

    chai-eng tan, aznida firzah abdul aziz, may-yin hi, nur sarah a azmi, nur khairina ishak, fathin alyaa mohamad farid, mohammad nazri zulkafli.  (2018).  validation of the caregiving knowledge questionnaire-my: measuring knowledge regarding positioning and feeding among malaysian caregivers of stroke patients.  - indian journal of palliative care. 

     

    fathin alyaa mf, may yin h, nur khairina i, nur sarah aisyah a, chai eng t, aznida firzah aa.  (2018).  the level of caregiving knowledge and self-efficacy among caregivers of stroke patient.  - medicine and health. 

     

    aznida firzah abdul aziz, nor azlin mohd nordin, mohd fairuz ali, noor azah abd aziz, saperi sulong, syed mohamed aljunid.  (2017).  the integrated care pathway for post stroke patients (icapps): a shared care approach between stakeholders in areas with limited access to specialist stroke care services.  - bmc health services research.  1-11. 

     

    aznida firzah abdul aziz, mohd fairuz ali.  (2020).  primary care perspectives for stroke care delivery.  - malaysian stroke virtual conference.  1. 

     

    zuraidah che man, benjamin ewald, aznida firzah abdul aziz, mohd fairuz ali, nazrila h nasir dan isobel hubbard.  (2020).  life after stroke: where happened to the stroke survivors in the malaysian community?.  - malaysian stroke conference 2020.  1. 

     

    aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2020).  caregivers of stroke patients in the malaysian community: provision of holistic care for unsung heroes.  - malaysian stroke virtual conference.  1-28. 

     

    shahida mohd said, tew in meei, tuti ningseh mohd dom, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2020).  oral health condition improvement following oral hygiene intervention for post-stroke patients in a primary health care clinic.  - 1-6. 

     

    aznida firzah binti abdul aziz;tan chai eng.  (2020).  informal stroke caregivers : evaluation of caregiving knowledge, self-efficacy and satisfaction with stroke care services in the malaysian community..  -