A qualitative Grounded Theory approach was chosen to identify behavioural patterns relevant to this study’s objectives. An inductive line of qualitative inquiry was utilized to 1) assist the discovery of ’real-world’ or ’naturalistic’ themes, 2) ensure that codes remain closely grounded to emergent data, and 3) remain open to newer insight instead of forcing data to fit antecedent behavioural concepts seen in literature [12, 13]. This study protocol received approval from the Medical Research and Ethics Committee, Ministry of Health Malaysia (NMRR-18-151-39886) on the 30th of May 2018 and Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee on 18th of October 2018 (Project ID: 17062). All subjects in the study gave informed consent prior to participation.

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