• Ecology, plans, and reforms for the Malaysian health care system

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Epidemiological study of hypertensive retinopathy in the primary care setting: Retrospective cross-sectional review of retinal photographs
Authors: Chiang, Lap-kin ; Yau, Michael K.C. ; Kam, Cheuk-wai ; Ng, Lorna V. ; Zee, Benny C.Y.
Available online since: 11 May 2016

FMCH editorial board meeting Shanghai

Family Medicine and Community Health (FMCH) Journal: Volume 4 Issue 3

Profile

Editor-in-Chief and Guest Editor
pp. 1-1(1)

Editorial

The global reach of family medicine and community health
pp. 2-3(2)
Author: Wang, Wei

Original Research

Sedentary lifestyle among adults in Jordan, 2007
pp. 4-8(5)
Authors: Sharkas, Ghazi F.; Saheb, Tayseer; Arqoub, Kamal; Haddadin, Raja

A description of family well-being in South Africa
pp. 9-18(10)
Authors: Roman, Nicolette Vanessa; Isaacs, Serena Ann; Davids, Charl; Sui, Xin-Cheng

Review

The Malaysian health care system: Ecology, plans, and reforms
pp. 19-29(11)
Authors: Sebastian, Andrea; Alzain, Mohamed Ali; Asweto, Collins Otieno; Mahara, Gehendra; Guo, Xiuhua; Song, Manshu; Wang, Youxin; Wang, Wei

Maternal health and its affecting factors in Nepal
pp. 30-34(5)
Authors: Mahara, Gehendra; Barr, Jill; Thomas, Janeeta; Wang, Wei; Guo, Xiuhua

Commentary

An innovation in child health: Globally reaching out to child health professionals
pp. 35-44(10)
Authors: Jones, Russell; Currow, Kathryn; Kwong, Mary; Menon, Pramila

Case Study

Training medical undergraduates in the core disciplines of community medicine through community postings ‐ an experience from India
pp. 45-50(6)
Authors: Shewade, Hemant Deepak; Palanivel, Chinnakali; Jeyashree, Kathiresan

China Focus

Face and psychological processes of laid-off workers in transitional China
pp. 51-63(13)
Authors: Wang, Bingxin; Greenwood, Kenneth Mark

Long-term care for aged ethnic minority people in Yunnan, China: Understanding the situation
pp. 64-68(5)
Authors: Zhang, Kaining; Zakus, David; Gao, Chuqun

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