TAHNIAH – Penerima Bintang dan Darjah Kebesaran Negeri Pahang

19 Dec 2017

Penerima Bintang dan Darjah Kebesaran Negeri Pahang dari PPUKM pada 16 Disember 2017.

DIMP – Membawa Gelaran Dato’

1. Prof. Madya Dato’ Dr. Oteh Maskon – Pakar Perunding Kardiologi, HCTM, PPUKM

2.Mejar Dato’ Asri Ahmad (B) – Ketua Jabatan Keselamatan, HCTM, PPUKM

SMP

1. Nahiz Waridi Adnan – Ahli Fisioterapi, Jabatan Perkhidmatan Pemulihan Perubatan, HCTM, PPUKM

2. Dr Muhammad Najmi Khairuddin – Pegawai Perubatan Jabatan Oftalmologi, HCTM, PPUKM

KENALI PAKAR – Dr. Ahmad Khaldun Ismail

13 Dec 2017

WHO SBE-WG ditugaskan untuk membangunkan pelan strategik untuk gejala gigitan ular berbisa, lebih khusus, pembangunan pelan peta jalan yang bertujuan untuk menilai dan menangani beban dari gejala gigitan ular berbisa, terutamanya di negara berpendapatan sederhana hingga rendah. WHO SBE-WG terdiri daripada dua kumpulan penasihat yang berbeza yang terdiri daripada pakar yang meliputi pelbagai disiplin dan kemahiran:

  1. Penasihat Teras: untuk menyediakan dan merangka rancangan strategik SBE
  2. Penasihat Semakan: untuk membantu dan menyokong kumpulan penasihat teras

SBE-WG pada mulanya akan diadakan melalui teleconference atau secara elektronik. Mesyuarat pertama akan diadakan pada 12 Disember 2017 jam 2.30 petang waktu Geneva. Dr Ahmad Khaldun Ismail dari Jabatan Perubatan Kecemasan, HCTM, PPUKM telah dipilih sebagai Penasihat Semakan untuk mengambil bahagian dalam WHO SBE-WG.

Dr. Ahmad Khaldun Ismail adalah Pensyarah Perubatan Kanan dan Pakar Perunding Kecemasan di Jabatan Perubatan Kecemasan, Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz, Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Beliau adalah Presiden Persatuan Toksinologi Malaysia (MST). Beliau adalah pengasas Remote Envenomation Consultancy Services (RECS) dan Pengarah pengasas ASEAN Marine & Snakes Envenoming (Poisoning) Management (AMSEM). Beliau telah mengasaskan beberapa program pendidikan untuk pelajar, penyedia penjagaan kesihatan dan orang ramai. Beliau mempunyai minat yang mendalam untuk mengajar dan kerap menerima jemputan sebagai penceramah di Malaysia dan di peringkat antarabangsa. Beliau mempunyai minat yang khusus dalam Toxinologi Klinikal, Perubatan Kecemasan, dan Perkhidmatan Prahospital. Beliau mempunyai beberapa penerbitan akademik di dalam bidang yang berkaitan.

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MAKLUMAN : KAUNTER BERGERAK PENDAFTARAN PENGUNDI BAHARU SURUHANJAYA PILIHANRAYA MALAYSIA (SPR) KUALA LUMPUR

6 Dec 2017

Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera.

YBhg. Prof./ Dato’ Sri/ Datuk/ Dato’/ Datin/ To’ Puan/ Tuan/ Puan,

KAUNTER BERGERAK PENDAFTARAN PENGUNDI BAHARU SURUHANJAYA PILIHANRAYA MALAYSIA (SPR) KUALA LUMPUR

Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya Malaysia (SPR) Kuala Lumpur dengan kerjasama Pusat Perubatan UKM (PPUKM) dan Kolej Tun Dr. Ismail (KTDI) UKM akan mengadakan kaunter bergerak untuk tujuan pendaftaran pengundi baharu khas untuk warga kerja PPUKM dan warga KTDI serta orang ramai seperti ketetapan berikut:

Tarikh : 12 Disember 2017 (Selasa)

Masa : 9.00 Pagi Hingga 5.00 Petang

Tempat : Laluan Auditorium PPUKM Blok Pendidikan

Semua warga PPUKM, UMBI, pelajar fakulti perubatan UKM dan orang ramai dijemput hadir untuk membuat pendaftaran sebagai pengundi baharu atau lain-lain pertanyaan / urusan yang berkaitan.

Sekian dimaklumkan.

 

MAKLUMAN – MALAYSIA AKAN MENJADI TUAN RUMAH ASIAN CONGRESS OF SURGERY 2019

5 Dec 2017

Delegasi Malaysia yang diketuai oleh Prof. Madya Dato’ Dr. Hanafiah Harunarashid telah berjaya memenangi bida untuk menganjurkan Kongress Pembedahan Asia (Asian Congress of Surgery) pada tahun 2019 di Kuala Lumpur. Keputusan ini telah dibuat di mesyuarat majlis eksekutif Persatuan Pembedahan Asia (Asian Surgical Association) yang berlangsung pada 22hb November, 2017 di Tokyo, Jepun. Ini adalah satu penghargaan kepada Negara memandangkan persaingan hebat dari Negara Negara lain terutamanya Australia. Delegasi Malaysia telah ditaja oleh College of Surgeons Malaysia dan MYCEB dan mendapat sokongan dari Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia dan Persatuan Persatuan Pembedahan di Malaysia.

Pada masa yang sama, Dr. Hanafiah juga dilantik untuk menjadi ahli majlis ASA bagi sesi 2017-2019 dan menjadi Presiden semasa congress berlangsung di Kuala Lumpur. Kongress yang berlangsung di Tokyo ini telah dihadiri oleh lebih 5000 pakar bedah dan membincangkan perkembangan terkini dibidang pembedahan.

HISTORY AND OBJECTIVES
The idea of forming the Association of Surgeons of South East Asia first occurred to the late Professor Tan Sri GB Ong of the University of Hong Kong in 1967. By 1973, he thought the time was ripe to contact leading surgeons in various South East Asian countries. A preliminary meeting of the surgeons of South East Asia was therefore held on 21 August 1975 in Singapore and was attended by 30 surgeons from six countries to discuss the objectives and organization of the Association.

The objectives of the Association were to establish professional ties between the surgeons of South East Asia and to provide a forum for the dissemination of surgical knowledge throughout the region.

The Inaugural Meeting of the Association of Surgeons of South East Asia was held on 23 May 1976 in Singapore. At this meeting, the late Professor Ong was elected President of the Association, and a governing Council with members from six countries was formed. The draft constitution was discussed and its final structure agreed.

With increasing membership from countries beyond South East Asia and to better reflect and serve the surgical community of Asia, the name of the Association of Surgeons of South East Asia was changed to Asian Surgical Association in February 1988.

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES

In order to achieve the objectives of the Association, scientific meetings were held every two years and emphasized on themes of regional interest. The First Biennial General Scientific Meeting was held in Hong Kong in September 1977. In 1989 the name of the meeting was changed to Biennial Congress. The scientific and educational value of these successful meetings boosted the reputation and support for the Association among surgeons in the region as well as the rest of Asia. At the 14th Biennial Congress in Malaysia, it was resolved to change the name of the meeting to Asian Congress of Surgery in order to truly reflect the importance of the meeting.

To date, Visiting Professors have been appointed to visit and to give eponymous lectures, such as the Law-Lui Lecture, G.B. Ong Lecture and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) Foundation Lecture at the Association’s Biennial Congress. The next Asian Congress of Surgery will be held on 22-23 November 2017 in Tokyo, Japan and a large contingence of surgeons, not only from Asia but also from all parts of the world is expected.

REGIONAL IMPORTANCE

Since the Asian Surgical Association is made up primarily of surgeons from Asia, the Association itself, its Biennial Congresses and the Asian Journal of Surgery play important roles in enhancing interaction among Asian surgeons and providing platform for exchange of ideas and expertise, presentation and publication of scientific data, as well as keeping members updated on the surgical activities of member countries and individual members.

In addition, internationally renowned surgeons, invited as key lecturers, were encouraged and sponsored to visit one or more member countries in the region. These experts meet with the local surgeons and give lectures and conduct seminars, thus establishing friendship and transferring scientific knowledge.

Of greater importance is the comradeship among members of the Association so that strong bonds exist between the members of different nations of Asia and beyond.

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