Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Blog Stats 18 May 2011

To All Readers,

Here are the statistics for this TEMD blog as of 18 May 2011:

We now have 7,034 pageviews (audience) from all over the globe. This blog has hit the 7K mark.

The most viewed pages are: 

Hospital Kuala Krai 1930s
Mixed Malay Heritage
Shahriza Hussein
Dr Kamil Mohamed Ariff bin Kadir Mastan
Masjid Kapitan Keling 1801
Dr Pandak Ahmad bin Alang Sidin (1892-1965)
Rumah Kelahiran Mahathir Mohamad
Pattani / Patani Darul Makrif / Patani Darussalam
Dr Ruby bte Abdul Majeed
MAHA Klinik
Qasida Al-Burda Al-Sharif (Poem of the Scarf)
Penang - Past and Present 1786-1963
A Review of Diseases in Malaysia
Lung Cancer in Malaysia
Singapore Hospitals
Malay Medicine & Settlements in Singapore
Dental School at Singapore GH, KE VII 1929-1942
Dr Ungku Omar bin Ungku Ahmad (1931-1969)
Doctors in the East - Where West meets East
Director-General, Ministry of Health Malaysia

The reasons for visiting and reading the above pages and other pages are unknown to me. I made these pages on this blog as notes for preparing to write my proposed book (TEMD). It is easier to search my own notes online in this blog rather than my hardcopy diaries. I thought to share my notes with you in case you may find them useful. Some of my previous notes from 2002 are on another server belonging to USM. I don't know who my readers are nor have I stopped to think to run a survey to find out. I will in due time and when that becomes necessary. Some of you maybe students. Others maybe researchers like me. Some of you maybe retired government staff who have worked in hospitals. Some of you maybe medical practitioners, retired or still practising. Some of you maybe related to the doctors and clan members. I'm not a historian nor a medical practitioner but just a professor of two fields - biochemistry and medical IT. I teach most times. When I'm not teaching then I'm writing for my proposed book (TEMD) and this blog. I have 34 blogs to date. I don't limit my learning and writing to just medicine and history of medicine. I like languages and music a lot too. I'm also a designer of family homes and I renovate homes for the sake of creativity. I like meeting people and when my proposed book is almost ready to hit market, I will try and arrange to meet with all my readers. Some of you have become my crazy fans and lifetime friends with countless e-mails, phone calls and SMS. I want to thank everyone for your interest in my proposed book, myself, my career, my life, my family and this blog. I love you all.

Thank you for visiting this blog.

Prof Faridah