CRC Named Lecture: Battling Against COVID-19

CRC Named Lecture: Battling Against COVID-19

Oct 28, 2020

This is a recording from NCCR 2020: Conference Of Very Important Disease (COVID-19) | 24 - 26 August 2020

CRC Named Lecture: Battling Against COVID-19

By: Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah

Director General of Health, Ministry of Health (MOH), Malaysia

Moderator: Dato’ Dr Goh Pik Pin, Former Director, Institute for Clinical Research, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Malaysia

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Clinical Presentation Of COVID-19 Patients At Admission

Clinical Presentation Of COVID-19 Patients At Admission

Oct 22, 2020

A study involving 5,889 COVID-19 patients showed:

1 in 2 COVID-19 patients is without symptoms at the time they tested positive.
For those who exhibit symptoms, the commonest COVID-19 symptoms on admission are cough, fever and sore throat.

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Medical Research Consultation

Medical Research Consultation

Oct 18, 2020

Successful biostatistics consultation requires a collection of technical and collaborative skills. The full spectrum of biostatistical consulting skills are rarely taught in training programs. Therefore, this e-book emphasizes the importance of the role of a biostatistician in managing and conducting research consultations mainly for research that revolves around the medical field.

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COVID-19 Mortality Statistics in Malaysia

COVID-19 Mortality Statistics in Malaysia

Oct 13, 2020

The COVID-19 Mortality infographic was derived from both DG's Press Statement and data from National COVID-19 Mortality Review Committee.⠀

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Q&A with Dr. Mohammad Yazid Abdad on Rickettsiosis

Q&A with Dr. Mohammad Yazid Abdad on Rickettsiosis

Jul 23, 2020

This is a short Q&A with Dr. Mohammad Yazid Abdad on Rickettsiosis. 

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One World, One Health Update: Rickettsiosis

One World, One Health Update: Rickettsiosis

Jul 20, 2020

This week's webinar focuses on one of the oldest known infectious disease and yet still an important zoonotic infection, rickettsiosis. Rickettsial infections are caused by bacteria from the family Rickettsiaceae, and are mainly transmitted by arthropod vectors.

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