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  1. KADRI ZN
    Med J Malaysia, 1964 Sep;19:1-2.
    PMID: 14240056
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  2. Momtaz YA, Hamid TA, Haron SA, Bagat MF
    Arch Gerontol Geriatr, 2016 Mar-Apr;63:85-91.
    PMID: 26627531 DOI: 10.1016/j.archger.2015.11.001
    Flourishing is a relatively new concept in positive psychology that considers hedonic and eudaimonic aspects of well-being. The current study aims to identify the prevalence and socio-demographic and health factors associated with flourishing among older Malaysians.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health
  3. Mohd Sidik S
    ISBN: 978-967-344-655-1
    Citation: Mohd Sidik S. Mental Health in the Community - Malaysia: A 20-Year Journey of a Family Medicine Consultant. Serdang: Universiti Pura Malaysia Press; 2017
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health
  4. Simon PD, Adams C, Goh MCW, Suhaimi AF, Hassem T
    Asian J Psychiatr, 2021 Nov;65:102813.
    PMID: 34419720 DOI: 10.1016/j.ajp.2021.102813
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health; Mental Health Services*
  5. Yeoh OH
    Med J Malaysia, 1979 Jun;33(4):289-93.
    PMID: 522738
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health Services/manpower; Mental Health Services/utilization*
  6. Chang KH, Horrocks S
    Int J Nurs Pract, 2008 Oct;14(5):383-90.
    PMID: 18808539 DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-172X.2008.00702.x
    A lot of research carried out within the context of mental-health nursing using qualitative data collection tools claims that it is hermeneutical, with usually just a short section describing the hermeneutical methodology as though it is a very broad philosophical approach. Criticisms of the latter approach more often than not concentrate on the level of the data collection tools without getting to grips with the underlying hermeneutical philosophy. This paper examines the difference between methodological and ontological hermeneutics and then gives an example of a piece of research using the latter approach. It is then argued that criticisms of the hermeneutical approach usually only concentrate on methodological hermeneutics with the consequence that they seriously misapply their criticisms if the research is using ontological hermeneutics.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  7. Ho RC, Ho CS, Khan N, Kua EH
    BJPsych Int, 2015 May;12(2):42-44.
    PMID: 29093849
    This article summarises the development of mental health legislation in Singapore in three distinctive periods: pre-1965; 1965-2007 and 2007 onwards. It highlights the origin of mental health legislation and the relationship between mental health services and legislation in Singapore. The Mental Health (Care and Treatment) Act 2008 and Mental Capacity Act 2008 are described in detail.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health; Mental Health Services
  8. Javaid MU, Isha ASN, Sabir AA, Ghazali Z, Nübling M
    Biomed Res Int, 2018;2018:9563714.
    PMID: 29568773 DOI: 10.1155/2018/9563714
    Psychosocial risks are considered as a burning issue in the Asia-Pacific region. The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of psychosocial work environment factors on health of petrochemical industry workers of Malaysia. In lieu to job demands-resources theory, significant positive associations were found between quantitative demands, work-family conflict, and job insecurity with stress, while a significant negative association of role clarity as a resource factor with stress was detected. We also found that quantitative demands were significantly associated with the mean arterial pressure (MAP). Multistage sampling procedure was used to collect study sample. Structural Equation Modeling was used to identify relationship between the endogenous and exogenous variables. Finally, the empirically tested psychosocial work environment model will further help in providing a better risk assessment in different industries and enterprises.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health
  9. Ho BKW
    Family Physician, 1994;6:29-35.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health
  10. Arthur D, Foong A, McMaster R, Cleary M
    Issues Ment Health Nurs, 2020 Mar;41(3):261-264.
    PMID: 31917620 DOI: 10.1080/01612840.2019.1701931
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*; Mental Health Services/organization & administration*
  11. MURPHY HB
    Med J Malaya, 1954 Sep;9(1):1-45.
    PMID: 13213452
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  12. Rahmanian P, Munawar K, Mukhtar F, Choudhry FR
    Arch Womens Ment Health, 2021 06;24(3):339-351.
    PMID: 33000343 DOI: 10.1007/s00737-020-01070-8
    While some studies suggest different mental health outcomes among women in polygamous versus monogamous marriages, no published systematic review or meta-analysis has analyzed the relevant research literature. This article aims to review the evidence of marriage types (i.e., polygamous and monogamous marriages) and differences in the prevalence of mental health issues. Eleven electronic databases, along with further identified references lists, were searched. Thirteen studies met the inclusion criteria. They included 3166 participants, and 986 women were in a polygamous marriage. All studies were rated for quality and were tested for publication bias. Meta-analyses were conducted on the five symptoms to assess for the effect of marriage type. The studies indicate a significant association of marriage type with psychological symptoms. The meta-analysis indicates that women in polygamous marriage had worsened mental health as compared with women in monogamous marriages. The weighted mean differences with 95% confidence intervals were somatization 0.53, 0.44-0.63; obsession-compulsion 0.35, 0.14-0.56; interpersonal sensitivity 0.42, 0.12-0.73; depression 0.41, 0.15-0.67; anxiety 0.41, 0.15-0.68; hostility = 0.47, 0.28-0.66; phobic anxiety 0.39, 0.17-0.61; paranoid ideation 0.35, 0.24-0.47; psychoticism 0.41, 0.23, 0.59; and Global Severity Index (GSI) 0.43, 0.25-0.60. A higher self-esteem and life satisfaction among women in polygamous marriages and statistically superior family functioning among women in monogamous marriages were also found. However, there was no statistically significant difference between the marital satisfaction of women in polygamous versus monogamous marriages. Results are consistent with the existing research on the prevalence of mental health issues among women in polygamous marriages. Nonetheless, these women were found to have elevated self-esteem and life satisfaction than women in monogamous marriages. Directions for future research are indicated.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  13. Poon AWC, Abdul Wahab N, Salim R, Ow R
    Health Soc Care Community, 2021 01;29(1):164-174.
    PMID: 32619086 DOI: 10.1111/hsc.13079
    Despite the importance of carers supporting the lives of people with mental illness, there are limited studies investigating the well-being and needs of Malay carers in multicultural Singapore. The Malays consist of 13.4% of Singapore's population. A mixed methods qualitative dominant research approach was used to explore the well-being and needs of Malay carers in a voluntary welfare organisation. The Kessler-10, Friendship Scale and Carers' and Users' Expectations of Services-Carer version were used to assess the needs and well-being of 17 Malay carers. Findings show that Malay carers experienced poor well-being and had numerous unmet needs. Four main themes were found: (a) Concerns related to relatives with mental illness, (b) Mental health practices related to carers, (c) Holistic support for carers and (d) Preference for greater spiritual support in mental health. Recovery-oriented mental health practice implications are discussed. Spirituality of Malay carers needs to be given greater consideration in recovery-oriented mental health services.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health Services*
  14. Foong HF, Lim SY, Koris R, Haron SA
    PMID: 33922295 DOI: 10.3390/ijerph18094459
    Time-use of older adults can be different than in earlier life, especially during the transition from pre- to post-retirement or after experiencing major life events, and the changes could affect their mental health. However, the extent and nature of such research in gerontology have not been examined to date. Therefore, this scoping review sought to map the literature on time-use and mental health in the older population to examine the extent and nature of those research activities. A scoping review was conducted using four databases-PubMed, Scopus, CINAHL, and EMBASE according to PRISMA guidelines. Data were extracted using a pretested tool to develop a descriptive analysis and thematic summary. A total of 11 articles met the eligibility criteria. Seven out of 11 studies involved cross-sectional design, while the remainder were longitudinal studies. The longitudinal studies mainly were secondary data analysis. Time-use data were mainly collected using daily diaries, and the most common mental health outcome included was depression. Only two studies did not evaluate the direct relationship between time-use and mental health. Our review has revealed studies evaluating time-use and mental health in older adults. Limitations of review and recommendations for future studies are discussed.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  15. Izutsu T, Tsutsumi A, Minas H, Thornicroft G, Patel V, Ito A
    Lancet Psychiatry, 2015 Dec;2(12):1052-4.
    PMID: 26613844 DOI: 10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00457-5
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  16. Minas H, Izutsu T, Tsutsumi A, Kakuma R, Lopez AD
    Lancet Psychiatry, 2015 Mar;2(3):199-201.
    PMID: 26359888 DOI: 10.1016/S2215-0366(14)00124-2
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health Services*
  17. Tsutsumi A, Izutsu T, Ito A, Thornicroft G, Patel V, Minas H
    Lancet Psychiatry, 2015 Aug;2(8):679-680.
    PMID: 26249285 DOI: 10.1016/S2215-0366(15)00278-3
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  18. Azhar MZ
    Med J Malaysia, 2002 Dec;57 Suppl E:34-6.
    PMID: 12733191
    Mental health is becoming an important issue. Several local and international studies have proven that the incidence of mental illness is on the rise. Doctors have also been able to make more accurate diagnoses and treat mental disorders more reliably with the aid of recent research and newer drugs. As such it is necessary for the medical curricula to respond to this shift. Medical students must now be exposed to new psychiatric disorders and ways of managing them. The time spent in psychiatry and the mode of teaching must also be revised and modified to the current needs of patients.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health*
  19. Dahlan R, Abd Ghani MN, Yahaya R, Tuan Hadi TS
    London J Prim Care (Abingdon), 2018;10(4):113-117.
    PMID: 30083245 DOI: 10.1080/17571472.2018.1484318
    This study aims to provide an overview of mental health problems of children and adolescents in Malaysia in general and the state of Terengganu in particular. It also highlights the challenges and the opportunities in the establishment of child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS). CAMHS in Malaysia are developing slowly but have not reached the standards found in developed countries. Significant improvements are needed to ensure that the service can provide optimal help to children and adolescent as well as their families. Constraining factors such as a lack of trained workers, limited financial resources for training and inadequate facilities are among the challenges. Despite all these challenges, specific strategies are required to optimally utilise the potential existing resources. The Ministry of Health initiatives in creating and implementing the national mental health policy and increasing mental health awareness campaigns for children and adolescents are of paramount importance. To overcome the lack of resources in the implementation of CAMH services, in-service education and training, integration of mental health services with the existing primary health care facilities and cultivation of cooperative and communicative networks between primary care professionals, mental health workers and other relevant agencies are crucial steps.
    Matched MeSH terms: Mental Health; Mental Health Services
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