prof. dr. wee lei hum

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian kesihatan komuniti (reach)

No. sambungan :  0392897297

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :
  • Dr. Wee Lei Hum is an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Health Sciences, UKM. She is the Health Behavioural Expert with specialisation in Stopping Smoking. She heads the Health Education Master Program in UKM. Prior joining UKM, she served with the Ministry of Health for 23 years in various capacities. Her main research area is stopping smoking with clinic help. Assoc. Prof Dr Wee reviews for international journals related to smoking cessation. She is an elected Independent Scientific Panel Member of the Malaysia Medical Research Ethic Committee (MREC) and also member of the Technical Working Group for Tobacco Control of the Ministry of Health and Clinical Practice Guidelines.

  • caryn mei hsien chan, siew li ng, serena in, lei hum wee, ching sin siau.  (2021).  predictors of psychological distress and mental health resource utilization among employees in malaysia.  - international journal of environmental research and public health.  1-15. 

     

    caryn mei hsien chan, danielle blanch-hartigan, nur aishah taib, lei hum wee, edward krupat, fremonta meyer.  (2020).  preferences for patient-centered care among cancer survivors 5 years post-diagnosis.  - patient education and counseling.  1601-1605. 

     

    muhamad nur fariduddin, mohd johar jaafar, wee lei hum.  (2020).  simulasi dan ulasan: amalan berkesan bagi anak kapal.  - 158. 

     

    wee lei hum.  (2020).  sleep deprivation :the result of the glorification of overworking.  - the edge malaysia.  1-2. 

     

    wee lei hum, yazrina yahya, saipulizam a. ghani, hazrul abdul halim, nur syafawati a. kahar, mas aliza abu, wan noor hayati wan ismail, jasril amry.  (2020).  berhenti merokok bagi mengurangkan risiko jangkitan covid-19.  - video covid-19.  1-2. 

     

    caryn mei hsien chan, siew li ng, serena in, lei hum wee, ching sin siau.  (2021).  predictors of psychological distress and mental health resource utilization among employees in malaysia.  - international journal of environmental research and public health.  1-15. 

     

    caryn mei hsien chan, danielle blanch-hartigan, nur aishah taib, lei hum wee, edward krupat, fremonta meyer.  (2020).  preferences for patient-centered care among cancer survivors 5 years post-diagnosis.  - patient education and counseling.  1601-1605. 

     

    norhayati ibrahim, noh amit, suzana shahar, lei-hum wee, rozmi ismail, rozainee khairuddin, ching sin siau, aisyah mohd safien.  (2019).  do depression literacy,mental illness beliefs & stigma influence mental health help-seeking attitude?a cross-sectional study of secondary school and university students from b40 households in malaysia.  - bmc public health.  1-8. 

     

    a. h. nur atikah , lei hum wee, m. s. nur zakiah, caryn mei hsien chan, n. m. mohamed haniki, j. s. swinderjit and ching sin siau.  (2019).  factors associated with different smoking statuses among malaysian adolescent smokers: a cross-sectional study.  - bmc public health.  1-8. 

     

    lei hum wee, lena lay ling yeap, caryn mei hsien chan, jyh eiin wong, nor aini jamil, yogarabindranath swarna nantha, ching sin siau.  (2019).  anteceding factors predicting absenteeism and presenteeism in urban area in malaysia.  - bmc public health.  1-12. 

     

    caryn mei hsien chan, jyh eiin wong, lei hum wee, nor aini jamil, lena lay ling yeap, yogarabindranath swarna nantha, ching sin siau.  (2020).  psychological and work-related factors predicting work engagement in malaysian employees.  - occupational medicine.  400-406. 

     

    ching sin siau, lei-hum wee, tassha hilda adnan, seen heng yeoh, komathi perialathan, suzaily wahab.  (2019).  malaysian nurses' attitudes toward suicide and suicidal patients.  - journal for nurses in professional development.  98-103. 

     

    siti farizwana mohd ridzwan, nirmala bhoo-pathy, marzuki isahak, & lei hum wee.  (2019).  perceptions on radio protective garment usage and underlying reasons for non-adherence among medical radiation workers from public hospitals in a middle-income asian setting: a qualitative exploration.  - heliyon.  1-8. 

     

    ching sin siau, lei hum wee, norhayati ibrahim, uma visvalingam, lena lay ling yeap,suzaily wahab.  (2018).  gatekeeper suicide training's effectiveness among malaysian hospital health professionals: a control group study with a three month follow up.  - journal of continuing education in the health professions.  227-234. 

     

    muhamad nur fariduddin, wee lei hum, lilia halim, mohd johar jaafar.  (2018).  crew emergency teamwork assessment measure (cetam): a simulation-based first aid study on adapting and validating a tool for the assessment of nontechnical skills in airline crew.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences. 

     

    muhamad nur fariduddin, mohd johar jaafar, wee lei hum.  (2020).  simulasi dan ulasan: amalan berkesan bagi anak kapal.  - 158. 

     

    wee lei hum, yazrina yahya, saipulizam a. ghani, hazrul abdul halim, nur syafawati a. kahar, mas aliza abu, wan noor hayati wan ismail, jasril amry.  (2020).  berhenti merokok bagi mengurangkan risiko jangkitan covid-19.  - video covid-19.  1-2. 

     

    norhayati binti ibrahim;suzana bt. shahar;noh bin amit;wee lei hum.  (2020).  mental health literacy: empowering b40 community for improving knowledge, attitudes and help seeking behaviour.  -

     

    wee lei hum.  (2020).  sleep deprivation :the result of the glorification of overworking.  - the edge malaysia.  1-2. 

     

    sharanjeet kaur a/p malkeet singh;mahadir bin ahmad;mohd `izzuddin bin hairol;wee lei hum.  (2020).  isu-isu tingkah laku dan hubungan sosial dalam kalangan pelajar sekolah menengah yang mempunyai defisiensi penglihatan warna kogenital di sekitar lembah klang.  -

     

    hamzaini abdul hamid, marzuki isahak, wee lei hum, siti farizwana mohd ridzwan.  (2020).  attitude and behaviour in the use of radioprotective garments and dosimeters: risk of occupational ionizing radiation in malaysian medical radiation workers.  - 1-49.