School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia

  • Qualification

    PhD (USM),MPharm (Clin Pharm) (USM), MPharm (Hons.) (UK) 

  • Senior Lecturer

    Discipline of Clinical Pharmacy

  • Room

    J04 Room 101D

  • Contact

    +604-6577888 Ext. 4724

  • Email

Author ID

Ooi Guat See, Dr

Dr. Ooi Guat See obtained her first degree from Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Master in Clinical Pharmacy and PhD from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). She joined School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, USM as a lecturer in 2018. Dr. Ooi's research interests are in the areas of pharmacy practice, public health, mental health, health system research, community pharmacy and clinical pharmacy.

  • Research Interest

    1. Pharmacy Practice
    2. Mental Health
    3. Health System Research
    4. Community Pharmacy
    5. Public Health Education
    6. Health Promotion
    7. Pharmaceutical Care
    8. Clinical Pharmacy Practice

    Ongoing Research

    1. Mental Health Literacy among Youth Attending Tertiary Learning Institutions in Malaysia: Developing a New Approach for Mental Health Education Programme.
    2. Mind battle among young people: How we can help?
    3. Perception of community pharmacists toward mental health first aid provider
    4. Explaining Malaysian consumer’s behavior in online purchasing of supplements, traditional & complementary medicine
    1. Qualitative Study
    2. Health-care Services Research
    3. Clinical Pharmacy Practice
    4. Patient Education and Public Health
    5. Community Pharmacy Practice   
    1. Ong SC, Shakeel S, Ooi GS. The Prevalence of Depression, Anxiety and Stress and their Associated Factors among Malaysian Population. Medicine & Health. 2022; 17(1); 226-245.
    2. Ong SC, Yeong SW, Azman N, Tan BY, Ooi GS, Harun SN, Shaife AA. Factors Predicting Traditional and Complemenraey Medicine Use among the General Public in Malaysia. Tropical Jounral of Natural Product Research. 22; 6(7); 1165-1173.
    3. Ooi GS, Ong SC, Kwan SM. Determinants of the choice of provisionally registered pharmacist (PRP) training in Malaysia: a qualitative insight. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2021 Jul 24.
    4. Tan YL, Ooi GS, Vaithilingam I. Factors predicting clinical outcomes of continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis associated peritonitis–A single centre study. The Medical Journal of Malaysia. 2021 May 1;76(3):382-9.
    5. Ooi GS, Ng YP, Choo JY, Ganesh P, Paruchuri S, Low CS, Pillay TS. Future Career Preferences of Final Year Bachelor of Pharmacy Students upon Graduation from Public and Private Universities in the Northern Region of Malaysia. Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy. 2021;12(3):753-60.
    6. Ong SC, Vasan Thakumar A, Ooi GS, Shafie AA, Ahmad Hassali MA. Perspectives of the public on the consumption of unregistered health products in Malaysia. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2020 Dec;28(6):579-90.
    7. Ong SC, Vasan Thakumar A, Ooi GS, Shafie AA, Ahmad Hassali MA. Perspectives of the public on the consumption of unregistered health products in Malaysia. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2020 Oct 19.
    8. Ong SC, Ooi GS, Shafie AA, Hassali MA. Knowledge, attitude and disposing practice of unused and expired medicines among the general public in Malaysia. Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research. 2020 Jun;11(2):141-8.
    9. Heng WK, Ng YP, Ooi GS, Habshoh J, Nurazlin J, Azah MN, Hasniza H, Noriza W. Comparison of the efficacy and level of adherence for morning versus evening versus before bedtime administration of simvastatin in hypercholesterolemic patients. The Medical journal of Malaysia. 2019 Dec 1;74(6):477-82.
    10. Abbasi YF, See OG, Ping NY, Hoon YC, Paruchuri S. Diabetes knowledge, attitude, and practice among type 2 diabetes mellitus patients in Kuala Muda District, Malaysia–A cross-sectional study. Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews. 2018 Nov; 12(6):1057-1063
    1. FAR153 Communication Skill In Pharmacy Practice
    2. FEL274 Health Promotion Pharmacy
    3. FAR453 Applied Therapeutics I
    4. FAR460 Traditional And Complementary Medicine
    5. FEL508 Research and Dissertation
    6. FEL506 Community Pharmacy Practice Clerkship
    7. FCP563 Intensive Care Clerkship
    1. Health-related Education Programme
    2. Clinical and Community Pharmacy Practice & Research
    3. Health System Research

School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
11800 Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

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