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NHMS 2020

NHMS2020

Institute for Public Health (IKU) will be conducting the National Survey Health and Morbidity (NHMS) 2020 : Communicable Disease. Data collection will be conducted from August to November 2020 involving 100 enumeration blocks and 2,000 residential units with estimation of 5,000 respondents were selected throughout Malaysia. A total of 12 teams of data collectors will involve in the field data collection. Data collection process will be carried out in two phase

Phase 1
• Seroprevalens study will involve activities such as face-to-face interviews and blood samplings. The topics involve are hepatitis B, C and seroprevalens COVID-19. During this first phase, scouting activities will conducted to identify the houses involved in this survey, and data collection activities will be conducted at nearby health clinics. A total of 5 ml of blood sample will be taken through venous puncture method for adult respondents while 2.5 ml - 3 ml for children and adolescents. All blood samples will be sent to the Institute for Medicines Research (IMR) for COVID-19 laboratory tests while Hepatitis B and C laboratory tests will be sent to a certified private laboratory.

Phase 2
• Interview by telephone (Call assisted telephone interview, CATI) will involve similar respondents from the first phase. The modules consists of tuberculosis, antibiotic use, HIV knowledge, HIV stigma, awareness of malaria, dengue prevention and zoonotic infections from pets at home.

This survey will be conducted with cooperation from the State Liaison Officer (Communicable Disease unit) from each State Health department and blood samplings will be conducted by nurse or assistant medical officer from Ministry of Health Malaysia.

NHMS 2019

Infographic

The findings of NHMS 2019 has recently been released! This survey was carried out by Institute for Public Health (IKU) to determine the prevalence of non-communicable diseases, risk factors for non-communicable diseases, healthcare demand as well as the health literacy in Malaysia.

As we aim for the survey findings to reach out to public, and enable them to make the right choices for their healthy living, this infographic booklet, “NHMS 2019: Key Finding” was designed by the research team for easy understanding and dissemination of the survey findings.



Hasil dapatan NHMS 2019 telah dikeluarkan. Tinjauan ini dijalankan oleh Institut Kesihatan Umum (IKU) untuk menentukan prevalen penyakit tidak berjangkit, faktor risiko penyakit tidak berjangkit, permintaan jagaan kesihatan dan literasi kesihatan di Malaysia.

Dalam usaha menyebarkan hasil dapatan tinjauan ini kepada orang ramai, dan membolehkan rakyat membuat pilihan yang terbaik untuk kesihatan mereka, buku infographic ini, “NHMS 2019: “Penemuan Utama” telah disediakan oleh pasukan penyelidik untuk memudahkan pemahaman dan diseminasi hasil tinjauan.

 

Fact Sheet

NHMS 2019.... the results are out!

The fact sheets provides the extensive data collected for this survey in a concise and easy to read document.

A brief methodology and the key findings on non-communicable diseases, healthcare demand and health literacy is provided in this Fact Sheet, for understanding and easy reference to all.



NHMS 2019...... hasil dapatan telah dikeluarkan!

Lembaran fakta memberikan data yang dikumpul sepanjang tinjauan ini dalam bentuk dokumen yang ringkas dan mudah dibaca.

Kaedah tinjauan diterangkan dengan ringkas bersama dapatan utama penyakit tak berjangkit, permintaan jagaan kesihatan dan literasi kesihatan dalam Lembaran Fakta ini bagi tujuan pemahaman dan rujukan yang mudah untuk semua orang.

 

 

NHMS 2019 File Download :

NHMS 2019 Technical Report : Volume 1  |  MAC Version

Fact Sheet NHMS 2019 - English 

Lembaran Fakta NHMS 2019 - BM 

Infographic Key Findings NHMS 2019 - English 

Infografik Penemuan Utama NHMS 2019 - BM 

NHMS 2017

National Health & Morbidity Survey (NHMS)

The NHMS has been an important platform for monitoring the health of the population in Malaysia.The objectives of the NHMS are to provide community-based data on the pattern of common health problems, health service utilisation and health expenditure in the community. Findings of the NHMS support the Ministry of Health to review the priorities and activities of the health programme, to plan for future allocation of resources and to evaluate the impact of strategies.

The NHMS (NHMS I) was first initiated in 1986 and was conducted at interval of once every 10 years. In 1996, the NHMS II was then conducted, followed by the NHMS III in 2006. However, since 2011, the interval was shortened from 10 years cycle to 4 years to ensure that more recent data and information can be used for the planning of health programmes. The NHMS IV (2011-2014) consists of NHMS 2011, NHMS 2012: Global School-Based Student Health Survey, NHMS 2014: Malaysian Adult Nutrition Survey 2014 (MANS).

NHMS V (2015-2018)

The current cycle is NHMS V (2015-2018).The NHMS 2015 covers most of the modules in NHMS 2011 especially on health care demands, non-communicable diseases (NCD), risk factors of the non-communicable diseases and other additional modules such as Mental Health, Anaemia, Disability, Tuberculosis, Dengue, Leprosy, Health Literacy and Traditional & Complementary Medicine. A total of 10,000 randomly selected living quarters (LQ) were involved in the data collection which has been completed successfully in June 2015. NHMS 2015 report is available in this website.

Institute for Public Health continue moving on to the new scope on maternal and child health (MCH), where NHMS: MCH 2016 took action. This survey focused on children under 5 years and their mothers aged 15-49. The objectives are to assess children under 5 on immunisation coverage, infant feeding status, child development, autism and the common morbidities. While for mothers, this survey will focus on antenatal coverage, birth history, postnatal care and pre-pregnancy care. There were 16,000 randomly selected households nationwide with estimated 48,000 respondents. This survey involved face-to-face interviews by trained research assistants and nurses from the Ministry of Health, self-administered questionnaires for mothers, child’s developmental assessment and measurement of height and weight for children under 5 years. Data collection was completed in May 2016.

NHMS 2017

NHMS 2017 will be targeting adolescent population in Malaysia. The main scopes are adolescent health and nutrition.

Adolescent Health Survey (AHS) is collecting data on health-risk behaviour which may lead to an illness such as alcohol; drug and tobacco use, poor hygiene care, physical inactivity, sexual behaviours, violence and unintentional injury. Other risk factors for mental health problems such as suicidal behaviours, depression, anxiety and stress will be explored including internet addiction. In addition, it also looks at the protective factors which may prevent adolescent from the risky behaviour and unhealthy environment such as peer support, parental connectedness and supervision. The adolescent health questionnaires were developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and have been used widely in many other countries in the world.

Nutrition Survey will be covering the nutritional status, meal pattern, behavioural modification on body weight, supplement intake, meal intake, habitual food and dietary intake, the understanding and the use of nutrition labelling among Malaysian adolescents aged 10-17 years.

This is a cross sectional study among school students in Malaysia aged 10 to 17 years. A total of 313 schools were randomly selected based on the 2016 sampling frame from the Educational Planning and Research Division (EPRD), Ministry of Education. There are about 44,000 school students will be involved in this survey. This survey had obtained the approval from the Medical Research and Ethic Committee, Ministry of Health as well as Ministry of Education and was registered with NMRR-16-698-30042.

Data collection will be conducted in March until May 2017 by 36 teams of data collectors. Students will be answering 2 sets of self-administered questionnaires within 1 to 2 hours. A sub sample of 2000 students aged 10-17 years will be interviewed for habitual foods intake, while another 1400 students aged 13-17 years for 24 hours diet re-call. The weight and height measurements will be conducted concurrently using the standard tool.

Data will be managed by the central team together with the quality-control process. The survey report should be completed at the end of 2017.

NHMS 2015-2018 Coordinator:

Dr. Muhammad Fadhli Mohd Yusoff

Principal Investigators:

Adolescent Health : Dr S Maria Awaluddin

Adolescent Mental Health : Mr Mohamad Aznuddin Bin Abd Razak

Nutrition Survey : Pn Ruhaya Salleh

    • The NHMS activities can be followed in Facebook pages as 'National Health & Morbidity Survey'.
    • Download Adolescent Health Survey Fact Sheet (Malaysia) here
    • Download Adolescent Health Survey Fact Sheet (State) here
    • Download and see Laporan Teknikal NHMS 2017 - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Laporan Teknikal NHMS 2017 - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
    • Download and see Laporan Teknikal NHMS 2017 - Adolescent Mental Health (DASS-21) here
    • Download and see NHMS 2017: Adolescent and Nutrition Survey, Infographic Booklet here>

Download State Report -Adolescent Health Survey-

    • Download and see Report State for Johor - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Kedah - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Kelantan - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Melaka - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Negeri Sembilan - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Pahang - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Pulau Pinang - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Perak - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Perlis - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Sabah - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Sarawak - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Selangor - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Terengganu - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan - Adolescent Health Survey here
    • Download and see Report State for Wilayah PersekutuanPutrajaya - Adolescent Health Survey here

Download State Report -Adolescent Nutrition Survey-

  • Download and see Report State for Johor - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Kedah - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Kelantan - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Melaka - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Negeri Sembilan - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Pahang - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Pulau Pinang - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Perak - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Perlis - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Sabah - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Sarawak - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Selangor - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Terengganu - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here
  • Download and see Report State for Wilayah PersekutuanPutrajaya - Adolescent Nutrition Survey here

NHMS 2018

TINJAUAN KEBANGSAAN KESIHATAN DAN MORBIDITI

(National Health and Morbidity Survey)

NHMS 2018: KESIHATAN WARGA EMAS

SOALAN-SOALAN YANG KERAP DITANYA OLEH MASYARAKAT UMUM (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)

  

1.

SOALAN

Apa yang dimaksudkan dengan NHMS ?

 

JAWAPAN

NHMS ialah satu kajian atau survey yang dijalankan oleh INSTITUT KESIHATAN UMUM, KEMENTERIAN KESIHATAN MALAYSIA untuk mendapatkan maklumat berkaitan dengan status kesihatan masyarakat di Malaysia. Maklumat yang diperoleh ini akan dikaji dan dinilai bagi meningkatkan lagi taraf perkhidmatan kesihatan di negara ini.

     

2.

SOALAN

Siapakah yang terlibat?

 

JAWAPAN

Semua rumah yang terpilih secara rawak dan mempunyai ahli isi rumah yang terdiri daripada warga emas berumur 60 tahun ke atas dan golongan pra-warga emas berumur 50-59 tahun.

     

3.

SOALAN

Siapa yang akan datang ke rumah?

 

JAWAPAN

Rumah-rumah yang terpilih akan dilawati oleh pasukan pengumpul data yang terdiri daripada 2 hingga 3 orang penemuduga yang dilatih khusus untuk penyenaraian dan kutipan data tinjauan ini, bersama seorang pemandu dan kenderaan khas tinjauan dengan pelekat khas tinjauan. Semua pegawai yang terlibat akan diberikan:
• Tanda nama khas sebagai pengenalan diri, dan
• Surat pengenalan diri bagi menjalankan tinjauan ini.

     

4.

SOALAN

Kenapa rumah saya dipilih dan bagaimana?

 

JAWAPAN

Pemilihan rumah adalah berdasarkan pemilihan rawak daripada senarai yang disediakan sewaktu fasa penyenaraian rumah. Sebanyak 110 kawasan, dikenali sebagai Blok Perhitungan, yang dipilih secara rawak oleh Jabatan Perangkaan Malaysia akan dilawati di seluruh Malaysia termasuk Sabah dan Sarawak. Dianggarkan 20,000 rumah-rumah di kawasan ini akan dilawati terlebih dahulu pada peringkat penyenaraian bagi mengenalpasti rumah-rumah yang dihuni oleh warga emas. Berdasarkan aktiviti penyenaraian rumah pada peringkat awal, temuramah dalam sesi pengumpulan data di lapangan nanti akan dijadualkan dengan seramai 7,000 orang responden terpilih dalam tinjauan ini.

     

5

SOALAN

Berapa lama tempoh yang diambil bagi sesi temuramah dan pemeriksaan kesihatan di sesebuah rumah?

 

JAWAPAN

Setiap sesi temuduga dan pemeriksaan kesihatan dianggarkan mengambil masa lebih kurang 45 minit hingga 1 jam.

     

6.

SOALAN

Kalau saya tidak senang atau sibuk, bolehkah saya menarik diri dari ditemuramah?

 

JAWAPAN

Penyertaan anda dalam tinjauan ini adalah secara sukarela dan temuramah serta pemeriksaan kesihatan hanya dibuat selepas mendapat persetujuan daripada anda, namun demikian sumbangan anda dalam kajian ini dapat membantu KEMENTERIAN KESIHATAN MALAYSIAuntuk merangka penambahbaikan dalam perkhidmatan yang disediakan.

     

7.

SOALAN

Apakah pemeriksaan kesihatan yang akan dibuat? 

 

JAWAPAN

Pemeriksaan antropometri dilakukan untuk pengukuran tinggi, berat badan, pengukuran lilit pinggang serta betis.

     

8.

SOALAN

Apakah manfaat/faedah yang saya peroleh sebagai responden tinjauan ini?

 

JAWAPAN

Maklumat yang diperoleh akan dapat membantu dalam meningkatkan lagi taraf perkhidmatan kesihatan di negara ini. Bagi keputusan pemeriksaan kesihatan dan sosial yang memerlukan pemeriksaan lanjut, responden akan dirujuk ke fasiliti kesihatan terdekat.

     

9.

SOALAN

Apakah cara maklumat diperoleh daripada responden?

 

JAWAPAN

Pasukan pengumpulan data tersebut akan mendapatkan maklumat melalui kaedah berikut:
• Sesi temuduga menggunakan tablet (Sistem eNHMS)
• Sesi pengukuran antropometri oleh kakitangan terlatih

     

10.

SOALAN

Adakah maklumat yang diperoleh akan dirahsiakan?

 

JAWAPAN

Maklumat peribadi yang diperoleh dalam tinjauan ini akan disimpan dan dikendalikan secara sulit, bersesuaian dengan peraturan-peraturan dan/atau undang-undang yang berkenaan. Semua maklumat akan hanya digunakan untuk tujuan kajian dan rujukan susulan sahaja.

     
  • Download Infographic NHMS 2018 here
  • Download NHMS 2018 Elderly Health Volume1 here
  • Download NHMS 2018 Elderly Health Volume2 here
  • Download Factsheet Pre Elderly Aged 50 to 59 years here
  • Download Factsheet Elderly Aged 60 years or More here

NHMS 2016

National Health & Morbidity Survey

The National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) has been an important platform for monitoring the health of the population in Malaysia.The objectives of the NHMS are to provide the community-based data on the pattern of common health problems, health service utilisation and health expenditure in the community. Findings of the NHMS support the Ministry of Health to review the priorities and activities of the health programme, to plan for future allocation of resources and to evaluate the impact of strategies.

The NHMS (NHMS I) was first initiatedin 1986 and the interval was conducted once every 10 years. In 1996, the NHMS II was then conducted, followed by the NHMS III in 2006. However, since 2011,the interval was shortened from 10 to 4 years to ensure that more recent data and information can be used for the planning of health programmes. The NHMS IV (2011-2014) consists of NHMS 2011, Global School-Based Student Health Survey 2012 (GSHS) and Malaysian Adult Nutrition Survey 2014 (MANS).

The current cycle is NHMS V (2015-2018).The NHMS 2015 covers most of the modules in NHMS 2011 especially on health care demands, non-communicable diseases (NCD),risk factors of the non-communicable diseases, anda few additional modules such as tuberculosis, dengue and traditional and complementary medicine. A total of 10,000 randomly selected living quarters (LQ) were involved in the data collection which has been completed successfully in June 2015. Institute for Public Health and other collaborating institutions are in preparing the report to be released soon.

Maternal and Child Health 2016

Institute for Public Health continue moving on to the new scope on maternal and child health, where NHMS: MCH 2016 took action. This survey will focus on children under 5 years and their mother aged 15-49 as well as other women in reproductive age (20-49). The objectives are to assess children under 5 on immunisation coverage, infant feeding status, child development, autism and the common morbidities. While for women, this survey will focus on antenatal coverage, birth history, postnatal care and pre-pregnancy care. There will be 16,000 randomly selected households nationwide with estimated 48, 000 respondents. This survey will have face-to-face interviews by trained research assistants and nurses from the Ministry of Health, self-administered questionnaires by mothers and child's developmental assessment and measurement of height and weight for children under 5 years. Data collection process will be conducted from mid-February until end of May 2016.

    • See NHMS 2016 Interview Session with RTM 1 - Berita Nasional here
    • Download and see NHMS 2016 Report Vol I here
    • Download and see NHMS 2016 Report Vol II  here