Nutrition and Lifestyle Behaviours among Malaysian Adults with Metabolic Syndrome: Development of a Community-based Peer Support Program
thesisposted on 14.08.2020 by MUHAMMAD DANIEL AZLAN MAHADZIR
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Enduring a chronic disease with a positive support system – either through friends or family – has often led to improvement in clinical outcomes and quality of life. This thesis described the development, implementation, evaluation of PERSUADE; an evidence-based and community-specific nutrition and lifestyle behaviour peer support program for Malaysian adults with Metabolic Syndrome.