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The MIMS Interviews channel features stories and insights shared by industry experts. Read on to learn how these healthcare professionals weigh in on some of the most pressing issues in the field of medicine.
HCPs play significant role in increasing awareness on organ donation
HCPs play significant role in increasing awareness on organ donation
Increasing the awareness of organ donation is not just a public responsibility; healthcare professionals play a pivotal role too.
#BeBoldforChange: Women who #dareto be different — Dr Farrah-Hani Imran
#BeBoldforChange: Women who #dareto be different — Dr Farrah-Hani Imran
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.
#BeBoldForChange: Women who #DareTo be different — Dr Azlina Firzah Abd Aziz
#BeBoldForChange: Women who #DareTo be different — Dr Azlina Firzah Abd Aziz
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.
#BeBoldforChange: Women who #dareto be different — Dr April Camilla Roslani
#BeBoldforChange: Women who #dareto be different — Dr April Camilla Roslani
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.
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Dr Chong Su-Lin
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Dr Chong Su-Lin
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 conversation: Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Jazlan Joosoph shares about pelvic organ prolapse, a treatable condition in a woman’s post-reproductive years
In conversation: Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Jazlan Joosoph shares about pelvic organ prolapse, a treatable condition in a woman’s post-reproductive years
Obstetrician and gynaecologist at Raffles Hospital, Dr Jazlan Joosoph, shares the lowdown on the condition, diagnosis and treatment options.
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Matron Fadzilah binti Abdul Hamid
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Matron Fadzilah binti Abdul Hamid
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—symbolizing a #WOW force of nature not to be meddled with.
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Dr Christina Ng Van Tze
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Dr Christina Ng Van Tze
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.
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Dr Jezamine Lim Iskander
#WOW: Leading women in healthcare — Dr Jezamine Lim Iskander
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 conversation: Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Tan Toh Lick shares his insights on gestational diabetes
In conversation: Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Tan Toh Lick shares his insights on gestational diabetes
Obstetrician and gynaecologist at Thomson Medical Group, Dr Tan Toh Lick, provides the lowdown on the condition, diagnosis and prevention measures of gestational diabetes.
In conversation: Neurologist Dr Ahmad Tauqeer explains how deep brain stimulation (DBS) is used to treat Parkinson's disease
In conversation: Neurologist Dr Ahmad Tauqeer explains how deep brain stimulation (DBS) is used to treat Parkinson's disease
Specialist in Neurology, Managing Partner & Consultant of Raffles Neuroscience Centre, Raffles Hospital, Dr Ahmad Tauqeer, shares that deep brain stimulation (DBS) is an effective therapy option to treat a variety of disabling neurological symptoms — most commonly the debilitating symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
Cold-pressed juices and superfoods: “A – Z” in a nutshell
Cold-pressed juices and superfoods: “A – Z” in a nutshell
Adding on to the previous dialogue with nutritional experts, Datin Farah Di Ba Khan and Mr Ng Kar Foo, MIMS gathers their professional take on other topics in the industry—particularly, on superfoods and cold pressed juices. Read on to find out what these professionals have to say.
Poring over coconut oil and selecting diet plans – a dietitian intervention
Poring over coconut oil and selecting diet plans – a dietitian intervention
Debunking health myths, offering advice and panning out patients’ dietary management plans are just some of the day-to-day activities of a nutritional expert. MIMS sits down with two of our guest experts—Datin Farah Di Ba Khan from Prince Court Medical Centre (PCMC) and Mr Ng Kar Foo from International Medical University (IMU)—to answer our burning questions on the latest buzz surrounding this avenue.
Can the use of MDMA to help treating alcohol addiction make an impact in psychiatric treatment methods?
Can the use of MDMA to help treating alcohol addiction make an impact in psychiatric treatment methods?
The world’s first clinical study into the use of MDMA to treat alcohol addiction has been approved in June 2017. The small trial was granted ethical approval, despite MDMA being the main psychoactive ingredient in the recreational drug ecstasy. MIMS speaks to two local experts to find out more about their professional opinions on whether the trial would advance treatment methods of substance addiction.
Pharmacy lecturer, Rezi Riadhi reflects on his decision to enter academia—moving out of community pharmacy
Pharmacy lecturer, Rezi Riadhi reflects on his decision to enter academia—moving out of community pharmacy
MIMS sits down with Mr Rezi Riadhi Syahdi, B. Farm., M. Farm. – and finds out the reasons behind his decision to why he didn’t pursue community pharmacy; instead, immersed into an academic career path – ultimately, becoming a lecturer in Pharmacy Faculty of University of Indonesia in Pharmaceutical Chemistry subject, specialised in Computational Chemistry (Molecular Docking and Virtual Screening).
The struggle against smoking and the growing threat of e-cigarettes in Hong Kong
The struggle against smoking and the growing threat of e-cigarettes in Hong Kong
Dr Ning Fan, Chairman of Health In Action shared in an interview with MIMS the struggle in anti-smoking efforts and the growing threat of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) behind the low smoking prevalence in Hong Kong.
FCS 2017: Converging Cancer Discoveries Around the World
FCS 2017: Converging Cancer Discoveries Around the World
Singapore’s largest annual oncology conference, Frontiers in Cancer Science (FCS), celebrates its 9th year as the preferred annual cancer meeting which promises to bring groundbreaking and innovative insights to a diverse repertoire of cancer research.
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