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Medical volunteering in foreign countries allows one to hone their medical skills and gain exposure. However, there are several issues surrounding it, which may even cause more harm than good.


In conjunction with Father’s Day, MIMS Today features Professor Dr Abdul Latiff bin Mohamed, a cardiologist from Hospital Pakar An-Nur. He is also one of the founders of Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS), where he is now the Deputy President of Student Affairs and Alumni.


This milestone conference offered these students insight into their choices after graduation.


The Penang Medical College will now be known as the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and University College Dublin Malaysia Campus – or “RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus” (RUMC).


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers”, MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. In Part 2 of this series, we will take a look at the journey of three women doctors who are carving their name in the surgical field. As they challenge the status quo, these remarkable women chose to be in a field most notable to be male-dominated. #BeBoldforChange, they are strong and brave—and they certainly #dareto be different.


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers”, MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. In our Part 2 of this series, we will take a look at the journey of three women doctors who are carving their name in the surgical field. As they challenge the status quo, these remarkable women chose to be in a field most notable to be male-dominated. #BeBoldforChange, they are strong and brave—and they certainly #dareto be different.


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers”, MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. Part 1 will showcase four leading women in healthcare who have contributed to the country’s firsts, who are inspiration to many and who are making waves in the healthcare industry. They are showing the world that they are women of worth—symbolising a #WOW force of nature not to be meddled with.


In conjunction with the International Women’s Day—a global event celebrated on 8 March annually—MIMS Today’s editorial desk will be featuring seven profoundly inspiring stories for the entire month of March. Putting forward the notion of how “women are healers”, we bring to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—capturing a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare.


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers”, MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. Part 1 will showcase four leading women in healthcare who have contributed to the country’s firsts, who are inspiration to many and who are making waves in the healthcare industry. They are showing the world that they are women of worth—symbolising a #WOW force of nature not to be meddled with.


Malaysia’s public healthcare sector is facing a shortage of staff – especially specialists. Many doctors and nurses are encouraged to go abroad to upgrade their skills, yet the government is not providing them unpaid leave for that purpose. There is also no mention of a guaranteed job when they return. Can Malaysia get out of this catch-22 situation?


The Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) are working on the details to set up a Custodial Medical Unit (CMU), aimed at providing round-the-clock healthcare services – to bring down the number of custodial deaths.
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Specialization in pharmacy: looking to the future of practice

At the recent Malaysian Community Pharmacy Business Forum (MyCPBF), a discussion forum was held on the subject of “Transcending Primary Healthcare Services: The Future of Specialized Pharmacy Services and Pharmacy Specialization”.