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Integrate now, create health
Jason Cheah
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2011,
Leadership for healthcare
Amy Tan Bee Choo,Jason Cheah
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2011,
Integrated care: from policy to implementation – The Singapore Story
Jason Cheah,Wong Kirk-Chuan,Harold Lim
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2012,
Integrate now, create health: perspectives from Singapore
Jason Cheah,Loong Mun Wong,Huey Ling Pang
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2010,
Functions of essential nutrition for high quality spermatogenesis  [PDF]
Yunsang Cheah, Wanxi Yang
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2011.24029
Abstract: The process of sperm production is well understood, but the studies of essential nutritional elements which are necessary for successful spermatogenesis are not deeply studied as yet. Our review focuses on integrating available information of various nutritional elements involved in spermatogenesis, sperm maturation and male reproductive system development, such as Zinc, Selenium, Folate, Vitamins and others. Antioxidants protect sperm from further oxidative damage during the entire sperm production. Other nutrients assist to improve sperm quality through different ways. The important roles of macronutrients like lipids, amino acids and proteins are emphasized here. These macronutrients constitute major components of the spermatozoa. Effects of nutritional elements on the development of Sertoli cells and Leydig cells, sperm motility and semen quality, capacity of capacitation and fertilization are discussed. A review of these areas will provide researchers with a better understanding of the compulsory participation of these nutrients in male reproductive processes. This review also pointed out gaps in current studies which will require further investigations.
Integrating mental health: the last frontier?
Rebecca Chong,Weng-Mooi Tan,Loong-Mun Wong,Jason Cheah
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2012,
Assessing Criminal Justice and Human Rights Models in the Fight Against Sex Trafficking: A Case Study of the ASEAN Region
Cheah Wuiling
Essex Human Rights Review , 2006,
Abstract: This article focuses on how the responses of the States within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (hereinafter ASEAN) to combating sex trafficking, or trafficking for the purposes of forced prostitution, have evolved over time. In doing so it assesses the effectiveness of these frameworks in addressing the plight of trafficked victims and breaking the vicious cycle of trafficking. Part 2 gives a brief overview of the various criminal law, human rights and multidisciplinary frameworks developed by the international community against sex trafficking. Particular focus is given to the 2000 Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (hereinafter the 2000 Palermo Protocol against Trafficking) which has a multidisciplinary and victim-centred approach that reflects a change in the international community’s understanding of sex trafficking, not only as a crime, but as a violation of victims’ rights and whose complex push and pull factors necessitate a multidisciplinary approach. Part 3 then examines ASEAN’s approach to combatting sex trafficking, focusing in particular on how the dominant criminal law approach adopted by ASEAN does not adequately protect trafficked victims, nor does it effectively break the cycle of trafficking. Parts 4, 5 and 6 outline and assess the anti-trafficking strategies developed in Malaysia, a country which has in the past fought sex trafficking via a strict criminal law model, and the Philippines, a country which in the past sought to suppress trafficking pursuant to a labour migration framework. It describes how these countries have, in line with international developments, moved towards adopting a more multidisciplinary and victim-centred approach towards combatting sex trafficking.
Enterprise Mobile Tracking and Reminder System: MAE
Cheah Huei Yoong
International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) , 2012, DOI: 10.3991/ijim.v6i3.2096
Abstract: Mobile phones have made significant improvements from providing voice communications to advanced features such as camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, SMS, voice recognition, Internet surfing, and touch screen. This paper presents an enterprise mobile tracking and reminder system (MAE) that enables the elderly to have a better elder-care experience. The high-level architecture and major software algorithms especially the tracking in Android phones and SMS functions in server are described. The analysis of data captured and performance study of the server are discussed. In order to show the effectiveness of MAE, a pilot test was carried out with a retirement village in Singapore and the feedback from the elderly was evaluated. Generally, most comments received from the elderly were positive.
FOTool: Modelling Indigenous Community Cultures in Sarawak  [PDF]
Edwin Mit, Ng Bong Ding, Cheah Wai Shiang
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2014.78067

Formal-Object Tool (FOTool) is a software modelling approach that integrates formal specification and object oriented model. FOTool integrates the rigour of formal methods and the ease of use of OO techniques. The idea of FOTool is to provide an easy interface by allowing the application developer to develop the software model by using the object-models, while the verification of the models is carried out by using formal models. Before the verification process, the object static and dynamic models need to be transformed into formal models based on the transformation rules defined in FOTool. This paper presents the FOTool architecture, the transformation rules from object to formal models, and discusses the application of FOTool in our continuous research in modeling, the indigenous communities’ knowledge in Sarawak, and also the challenges of modelling the complex cultural, taboos and beliefs of indigenous communities. The knowledge is generated from the heterogeneous cultural, taboos and beliefs of various ethnic groups in Sarawak. The traditional knowledge is then mapped to a logical explanation in relation to modern life style.

Cheah WaiShiang,Cheah WaiShiang,Edwin Mit,Azman Bujang Masli
International Journal of New Computer Architectures and their Applications , 2011,
Abstract: Reusability assessment of patterns is needed to help pattern designers and pattern developers to check whether a pattern is well-designed. Hence, the outcome from the assessment can be used to improve the current patterns and also to reveal the potential of reusing the patterns in software development. This paper presents the reusability assessment of task knowledge patterns through the proposed metrics. This is a continuous effort to evaluate the potential reuse of the proposed task knowledge patterns for multi agent system development. The reusability assessment proposed in this paper further elaborates reusable of pattern by synthesizing how to evaluate the genericity and complexity of a task knowledge pattern (aka. agent patterns) and its similarity to other patterns in tackling a particular problem. The hypothesis is that a pattern is reusable when it is descriptive and expressive. A case study is presented to showcase that the outcome of the assessment can help to improve the effort to design the task knowledge patterns for reuse purposes. Furthermore, the outcome of the assessment allows the pattern developer to communicate their patterns in quantitative manner. The two main contributions of this paper are first, to determine the design quality of agent patterns and secondly, the introduction of a novel designs metrics for agent patterns and the process to assess the potential reuse of task knowledge patterns.
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