A two-day endodontic workshop which attracted participants from the Indonesia and had Dr Abhishek Parolia as the facilitator.
An insightful short endodontics course entitled ‘Demystifying Molar Endodontics’ was conducted at IMU’s campus in Bukit Jalil
An event to introduce acupuncture as a potential treatment option and initiate discussions on the possibility of integrating the practice of acupuncture into modern healthcare.
A half day workshop organised as a follow up on the recommendations made in the book “Embracing Tomorrow’s Challenges: Continuing IMU’s Journey".
A continuous professional development programme aimed at enhancing basic-intermediate knowledge and analytical skills in gynaecological (cervical) and non-gynaecological (respiratory, serous fluid and urinary) cytology.
9 and 10 October 2017 – Pharmaceutical Technology Department organised a Continuous Professional Development workshop on “Granulation Technology from Bench to Market” under School of Pharmacy, International Medical University. Dr Sivaram Nallamolu and Dr Thiagarajan Madheswaran were the organising committee under the guidance of Dr Nagashekhara Molugulu along with the assistance of ICL. This workshop,
20 August 2017 – A workshop on Effective Dental Assisting – “Skills Reinforcement” was held at the International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur. The workshop was aimed at reinforcing key skills that every Dental Surgery Assistant (DSA) is expected to possess, namely: (1) Perform effective steps of basic life support (BLS) in adults (2) Understand radiation safety
29 October 2017 – The Department of Life Sciences, School of Pharmacy, IMU conducted a CPD workshop on ‘Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose – From Basics to Applications’. The CPD was co-organised with the Malaysian Diabetes Educators Society (MDES), the Malaysian Dietitians’ Association (MDA) and the Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society (MPS). The CPD attracted over 70 participants,
13 Sept 2017- The Preceptorship Workshop for Healthcare Professionals and Nurses was held at the International Medical University‘s (IMU) campus in Bukit Jalil with the aim of providing healthcare professionals and nurses with essential skills to function effectively as preceptors. This preceptorship workshop was attended by 84 participants from the public and private healthcare sectors. Participants
Computational materials science expands our understanding of the properties of materials and the phenomena associated with their design, synthesis, characterisation, and utilisation. 28 – 30 September 2017 – A three day Materials Science Suite workshop was organised by the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department, School of Pharmacy. The workshop brought together 33 chemistry and engineering researchers, academics