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Rozita Haji Tamin Lecturer, Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences

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Rozita Haji Tamin

Lecturer, Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences rozita.tamin@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Rozita Haji Tamin is a lecturer at the Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa’adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences (PAPRSB IHS), Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). At this faculty, she is involved in teaching undergraduates students particularly in Bachelor of Health Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Health Science in Midwifery, Advanced Diploma and Diploma in Health Science (Nursing, Paramedic and Midwifery) programmes. She was also involved in teaching First Aid and Basic Life Support module / training to students from the Bachelor of Health Science in Medicine, Bachelor of Health Science in Biomedical Science, and as breadth module to students from other Faculty. She has been teaching in the Mentor and Preceptorship course as well for nurses in the Ministry of Health (MOH) and private hospitals in Brunei Darussalam, and student nurses at the Brunei Nursing Education Centre, MOH Brunei Darussalam. She has held the post of Deputy Dean Administration at PAPRSB IHS UBD (February 2012 – June 2015).

Research

2012 [Member of a Research Group] ‘Mental Health and Immune Function in Selected Occupational Workforce: Multidisciplinary Salivary Biomarkers Research in Brunei Darussalam. PI: Prof David Koh. UBD/BRC/4.

Publication

Rozita Hj Tamin, Chan Ee Suen, Teo Yan Choo, Salim Fredericks, Alice Lim, and David Koh. (2013) Biochemical and Psychometric Evaluation of Qi-Gong as a Stress Reduction Tool among Nursing and Midwifery Students. Complementary Therapy Journal.

Education

MSc in Nursing Studies (Cardiff University, Wales, UK 2011)
Post Graduate Certificate in Technical Education (SHBIE UBD, Brunei Darussalam 2003)
Bachelor of Nursing (Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia, 1999)
Diploma in Nursing (PAPRSB College of Nursing, Brunei Darussalam, 1995)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Adult Nursing
Operating Theatre Nursing
Mental Health Nursing
Cardiac Nursing
Trauma Nursing

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Rozita Hj Tamin, Chan Ee Suen, Teo Yan Choo, Salim Fredericks, Alice Lim, and David Koh. (2013) Biochemical and Psychometric Evaluation of Qi-Gong as a Stress Reduction Tool among Nursing and Midwifery Students. Complementary Therapy Journal.


TOP PUBLICATIONS

Rozita Hj Tamin, Chan Ee Suen, Teo Yan Choo, Salim Fredericks, Alice Lim, and David Koh. (2013) Biochemical and Psychometric Evaluation of Qi-Gong as a Stress Reduction Tool among Nursing and Midwifery Students. Complementary Therapy Journal.


GRANT DETAILS

BRC 4
‘Mental Health and Immune Function in Selected Occupational Workforce: Multidisciplinary Salivary Biomarkers Research in Brunei Darussalam.' PI: Prof David Koh, Chan Ee Suen, Salim Fredericks, Teo Yan Choo, Rozita Hj Tamin, Alice Lim
BND 1,473,500.00
31/01/2012 - 31/03/2015


RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Rozita Hj Tamin, Chan Ee Suen, Teo Yan Choo, Salim Fredericks, Alice Lim, and David Koh. (2013) Biochemical and Psychometric Evaluation of Qi-Gong as a Stress Reduction Tool among Nursing and Midwifery Students. Complementary Therapy Journal.


SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

To evaluate the effectiveness of Qigong as a stress reduction tool among university students.
Conclusions: A 10 week programme in Qigong may be used to support students at university as a means of managing stress.