Medic 13

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rasitasam @ Razitasham Safii  

Academic Post : Medical Lecturer, DU53
Date Joining UNIMAS : 14 June 2013 
Qualifications : MBBS (University Malaya), MPH (University Kebangsaan Malaysia)
Citizen : Malaysian
Appointment Status : Permanent
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Telephone : 082-581000 ext:5016



Working Experiences

  • Lecturer, FMHS, UNIMAS June 2013
  • Part-time Lecturer, UNIMAS 2004- 2013 .
  • State communicable diseases (CDC) Officer, Sarawak Health Department , 2009-2013
  • State maternal and child health (MCH) Officer, Sarawak Health Department, 2003-2009



Current Academic Responsibility

  • Lecturer, Community Medicine and Public Health Unit
  • Head of department, Community Medicine and Public Health Unit



Research Interests

  • Community Medicine and family health.


  • Supervisor - Study on knowledge, attitude and practice on sexuality and reproductive health among adolescent in Asajaya, Sarawak. Submitted for Master Program, Public Health 
  • Supervisor – Assessment of rural health clinic services in Sarawak, Proposal submitted for DrPH Program.



  • National Health & Morbidity Survey III (NHMS III), State writer,2008
  • WHO  Award Best Practice for Healthy City – Care for children with special needs in Kuching, the Healthy city Approach.(WHO Healthy city, Technical report,2003)
  • Prevalence of visual impairment in primary one student in Kuching and factor associated. Malaysia Public Health Journal. 2003
  • WHO Study on improving health care delivery service for Penan in Long Urun, Belaga, 2008-2009



Involvement in Professional Organization

  • Life Member, MMC. Membership no 29664
  • Member of MMA, 
  • Member, National Specialist Registry, membership no 127855 (dated 10/2/2011)
  • Life Member of Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia (IMAM), membership no 0178


Participation in Continuing Education and Services

  • CME provider for Postgraduate students and trainee lecturers in SGH

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