prof. madya dr. nor azlin binti mohd nordin

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian rehabilitasi & keperluan khas (icarehab)

 norazlin8@ukm.edu.my

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :


  • Nor Azlin Mohd Nordin has been in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation since the year 1990. She served Ministry of Health as a physiotherapist from the year 1993 to 2003. With passion to teach, she joined Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia as a tutor in the year 2004. She graduated from Master in Physiotherapy program, University of Queensland in the year 2006, following which she received appointment as a lecturer at the Physiotherapy program, Faculty of Health Sciences. In the year 2009, she pursued a PhD in community health focusing on stroke rehabilitation at the United Nations University-International Institute for Global Health, in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and completed the study in the year 2013. Presently, she is an associate professor at Physiotherapy Program and the chairperson for the Center for Rehabilitation and Special Needs Studies, Faculty of Health Sciences, UKM. Her research area of interest includes neurology especially stroke rehabilitation, community-based rehabilitation, cost-effectiveness of therapy and carer-assisted therapy and training program.

  • nor azlin mohd nordin, choy ker woon.  (2022).  malaysian physiotherapy journal.  - malaysian physiotherapy journal.  1-74. 

     

    mohd naqiuddin johar, nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2022).  web-based game-focused exercise in the home setting as an alternative to hospital-based exercise for stroke survivors: a case study.  - malaysian physiotherapy journal.  62-68. 

     

    munayati munajat, nor azlin mohd nordin, ahmad hafiz zulkifly, nor hamdan mohamad yahaya.  (2022).  effects of low-intensity pulsed ultrasound on knee range of motion of patients with total knee arthroplasty after controlling for postoperative pain.  - iium journal of orofacial and health sciences.  51. 

     

    mohd naqiuddin johar, nor azlin mohd nordin, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2022).  the effect of game-based in comparison to conventional circuit exercise on functions, motivation level, self-efficacy and quality of life among stroke survivors.  - medicine.  1-7. 

     

    ong ke yee, lian sin jie, haniz naqib bin hazaidi, nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2022).  the knowledge, attitude, and practice of physical activity among community dwelling stroke survivors in klang valley, malaysia.  - malaysian journal of public health medicine.  99. 

     

    estu meilani, asfarina zanudin,nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2022).  psychometric properties of quality of life questionnaires for patients with breast cancer-related lymphedema: a systematic review.  - international journal of environmental research and public health.  1-37. 

     

    estu meilani, asfarina zanudin, nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2020).  psychometric properties of quality of life questionnaires for patients with breast cancer-related lymphedema: a protocol for a systematic review.  - 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. 

     

    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. 

     

    nor azlin mohd nordin, noor azah ab aziz, saperi sulong, syed mohamed aljunid.  (2019).  effectiveness of home-based carer-assisted in comparison to hospital-based therapist delivered therapy for people with stroke: a randomised controlled trial.  - neurorehabilitation.  87-97. 

     

    mohd naqiuddin johar, nor azlin mohd nordin, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2022).  the effect of game-based in comparison to conventional circuit exercise on functions, motivation level, self-efficacy and quality of life among stroke survivors.  - medicine.  1-7. 

     

    deepak thazhakkattu vasu, nor azlin mohd nordin, shazli ezzat ghazali.  (2021).  effectiveness of autogenic relaxation training in addition to usual physiotherapy on emotional state and functional independence of stroke survivors.  - medicine.  1-5. 

     

    nor afifi razaob, nor najwatul akmal ab rahman, nor azlin mohd nordin,fiona ee sue yin, lee june hwee, patrick doherty.  (2018).  outcome of chair-based exercise on physical performance and quality of life of older women : a preliminary study in kuala lumpur, malaysia.  - medicine and health-kuala lumpur. 

     

    zunaidah abu samah, devinder kaur ajit singh, resshaya murukesu, suzana shahar, nor azlin mohd nordin, mohd azahadi omar, chin ai-vyrn.  (2018).  discriminative and predictive ability of physical performance measures in identifying fall risk among older adults.  - sains malaysiana. 

     

    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. 

     

    mohd naqiuddin johar, nor azlin mohd nordin, aznida firzah abdul aziz.  (2022).  the effect of game-based in comparison to conventional circuit exercise on functions, motivation level, self-efficacy and quality of life among stroke survivors.  - medicine.  1-7. 

     

    estu meilani, asfarina zanudin,nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2022).  psychometric properties of quality of life questionnaires for patients with breast cancer-related lymphedema: a systematic review.  - international journal of environmental research and public health.  1-37. 

     

    norashikin mohamed noor, nor azlin mohd nordin, nor najwatul akmal ab. rahman.  (2022).  development of a questionnaire to assess knowledge, attitude and practice of pulmonary rehabilitation program among physiotherapists in public health care setting.  - malaysian journal of public health medicine.  9-15. 

     

    norashikin mohamed nor, nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2021).  knowledge, attitude, practice and barriers towards the implementation of pulmonary rehabilitation program among physiotherapists in peninsular malaysia.  - malaysian journal of public health medicine.  73. 

     

    wahyuni wahyuni, nor azlin mohd nordin, mutalazimah mutalazimah.  (2021).  the correlation between pain level of dysmenorrhea and affected activity: a study of young women in surakarta residency.  - journal of medicinal and chemical sciences.  207-214. 

     

    nor azlin mohd nordin, mohd naqiuddin johar, normala mesbah.  (2020).  terapi realiti maya dalam pengurusan osteoartritis lutut.  - 110. 

     

    nor azlin mohd nordin, mahfuzah ahmad mokhtar.  (2021).  fisioterapi: profesion alaf baru.  - 1-64. 

     

    nor azlin mohd nordin.  (2021).  apa itu fisioterapi?.  - 1-34. 

     

    munayati munajat, nor azlin mohd nordin, ahmad hafiz zulkifly, nor hamdan mohamad yahya.  (2021).  effects of low-intensity pulsed ultrasound on knee range of motion of patients with total knee arthroplasty after controlling for postoperative pain.  - iium research day 2021.  1. 

     

    sumaiyah mat, devinder kaur ajit singh, nor azlin mohd nordin, normala mesbah, deepashini harithasan, nor azura azmi, asfarina zanudin, ismarulyusda ishak.  (2021).  learning by doing for research methods project during covid-19 restrictions among physiotherapy undergraduates: challenges and lessons.  - kongres dan pertandingan inovasi pengajaran dan pembelajaran (knovasi).  79-80. 

     

    nor azlin mohd nordin, haniz naqib hazaidi.  (2021).  evaluation of e-physical activity coaching programme (e-pac) on stroke knowledge and anxiety among stroke survivors.  - e-seminar penyelidikan prasiswazah fisioterapi.  1.