Clearinghouse for Research on Disability

 

 
     What is Clearinghouse for Disability?

     
   Clearinghouse is a center for collection of research article related to disability. It would collate, organize and disseminate information on published and grey literature for policy makers, researchers and lay persons related to health, education and soc  

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     Who can access the Clearinghouse website?

     
   Clearinghouse website can be access by anyone through www.chdisability.moh.gov.my. All public user need to register before accessing the website. Information can be access through material search.  

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     What information can I get from Clearinghouse for Disability?

     
   Clearinghouse for Disability will gift information ontype of research available, the research priority and the gaps for future research.  

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     What are the types of disabilities?

     
   The types of disability used in the Clearinghouse are Physical, Learning, Speech, Mental, Visual, Multiple, Hearing and Other.  

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     Where can I get the full text of the article?

     
   The full text of the article can be access through the Name of Material/Location or correspondent address in contact detail.  

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     How can I access the abstract?

     
   Abstract can be access by choosing at least 1 criteria but not more than 5. You need to select the topic and just click the button ‘view’.  

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     What is the difference between local journal and international journal?

     
   The local journal is available in Malaysian journal, while the international journal is available outside Malaysia.  

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     Can I download database for research in disability through Clearinghouse for disability web site?

     
   Database for research in disability cannot be access by the public user.  

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