dr. haslina binti abdul hamid

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian kesihatan komuniti (reach)

 haslina86@ukm.edu.my

No. Telefon Rasmi :  0392897934

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :


  • Haslina Abdul Hamid is a lecturer at Dietetic Program, Center for Community Health Studies (ReaCH), Faculty of Health Sciences, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. She graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Biomedicine from Management and Science University and worked as a health educator at Penang Adventist Hospital before pursuing Master`s degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics in University of Minnesota, USA. She earned her credential as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) in 2013. She joined Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia as a lecturer in 2015 and completed her PhD in Child Health (Neonatal Nutrition) from University of Nottingham,UK in 2021. Her research interests focus on preterm infant nutrition, infant nutrition and postnatal growth of infant. She is a member of the Malaysian Dietitians’ Association, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (USA), British Dietetic Association (BDA), British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) and The Neonatal Society (UK).

  • jing ying lim, roslee rajikan, noh amit, nazlena mohamad ali, haslina abdul hamid, huey yin leong, maslina mohamad, bi qi koh and aini musa.  (2022).  exploring the barriers and motivators to dietary adherence among caregivers of children with disorders of amino acid metabolism (aamds): a qualitative study.  - nutrients.  1-17. 

     

    haslina abdul hamid, lisa szatkowski, helen budge, fook-choe cheah, shalini ojha.  (2021).  nutritional practices and growth of preterm infants in two neonatal units in the uk and malaysia: a prospective exploratory study.  - bmj paediatrics open.  1-8. 

     

    nurul huda razalli, nik shanita safii, suhaina sulaiman, zahara abdul manaf, haslina abdul hamid.  (2018).  integrating theory into practice through smart partnership: ukm experience in enhancing dietetic learning beyond classroom walls.  - the 7th asian congress of dietetics (acd). 

     

    jing ying lim, roslee rajikan, noh amit, nazlena mohamad ali, haslina abdul hamid, huey yin leong, maslina mohamad, bi qi koh and aini musa.  (2022).  exploring the barriers and motivators to dietary adherence among caregivers of children with disorders of amino acid metabolism (aamds): a qualitative study.  - nutrients.  1-17. 

     

    haslina abdul hamid, lisa szatkowski, helen budge, fook-choe cheah, shalini ojha.  (2021).  nutritional practices and growth of preterm infants in two neonatal units in the uk and malaysia: a prospective exploratory study.  - bmj paediatrics open.  1-8. 

     

    jing ying lim, roslee rajikan, noh amit, nazlena mohamad ali, haslina abdul hamid, huey yin leong, maslina mohamad, bi qi koh and aini musa.  (2022).  exploring the barriers and motivators to dietary adherence among caregivers of children with disorders of amino acid metabolism (aamds): a qualitative study.  - nutrients.  1-17. 

     

    haslina abdul hamid, lisa szatkowski, helen budge, fook-choe cheah, shalini ojha.  (2021).  nutritional practices and growth of preterm infants in two neonatal units in the uk and malaysia: a prospective exploratory study.  - bmj paediatrics open.  1-8. 

     

    nurul huda razalli, nik shanita safii, suhaina sulaiman, zahara abdul manaf, haslina abdul hamid.  (2018).  integrating theory into practice through smart partnership: ukm experience in enhancing dietetic learning beyond classroom walls.  - the 7th asian congress of dietetics (acd).