PROF. DR. TAN MAW PIN
Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicinemawpin@um.edu.my
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Modified Otago Exercises Prevent Grip Strength Deterioration Among Older Fallers in the Malaysian Falls Assessment and Intervention Trial (MyFAIT)
Orientation and verbal fluency in the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing: modifiable risk factors for falls?
Use of Medications with Anticholinergic Properties and the Long-Term Risk of Hospitalization for Falls and Fractures in the EPIC-Norfolk Longitudinal Cohort Study
Social Participation Determines Quality of Life Among Urban-Dwelling Older Adults With Stroke in a Developing Country
Behaviour Change Theories and Techniques for Promoting Physical Activity Among Older People
The Falling Patient: Falls in the Community
The Arm Span to Height Relationship and Its Health Implications
The Dizzy Patient: Dizziness and Blackouts.
PSYCHOLOGICAL STATUS MEDIATES THE BIPHASIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OSTEOARTHRITIS AND FALLS.
EFFECTS OF MULTICOMPONENT EXERCISE AND THERAPEUTICLIFESTYLE (CERGAS) INTERVENTION ON COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN LOWER INCOME ELDERLY POPULATION: A CLUSTER RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL.
Time to hospital presentation and time to operation among older hip fracture patients in a teaching hospital in Malaysia
Characteristics of fall recurrence: results of the Malaysian Falls Assessment and Intervention Trial (MYFAIT).