Sponsorships for IMC Diploma in Nursing Students

Sponsorships for IMC Diploma in Nursing Students

by MJN team | 22 Jan 2014

The Executive Director of IMC Education Sdn Bhd, Christy Chiu Lai Heng, is pleased to announce the availability of sponsorship for International Medical College (IMC) Diploma in Nursing students via the Sin Chew Education Fund 2015.

The sponsorship via the Sin Chew Education Fund 2015 is a result of the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between IMC and Sin Chew Education Fund. The Memorandum was signed by Christy Chiu on behalf of IMC and Executive Director of Sin Chew Media Corporation Berhad / CEO of Sin Chew Daily, Koo Cheng. Present at the ceremony of...

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Kelantan flood like tsunami, recounts doctor

Kelantan flood like tsunami, recounts doctor

by MJN team

A disaster on the same level as a tsunami. That is how an army doctor in charge of a mobile hospital set up in flood-stricken Kuala Krai has described the situation in Kelantan. Lieutenant Colonel Dr Nik Mohd Noor Nik Amin, commander of the second medical battalion, said his team initially struggled to cope with challenges such as logistics and communication...
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Vasalgel could spell end to vasectomies in men

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Health Alert

Concerns over health risk

Concerns over health risk

KUALA LUMPUR - HEALTH authorities in Terengganu and Pahang have expressed concerns over the possible spread of water-borne diseases following massive flooding in both states. Terengganu Health Department deputy director (medical) Dr Mohammad Omar said diseases, such as food...   More »


Featured Headlines

Pharmaniaga opens special centre to channel medical supplies to flood victims

Over 5,000 Health Ministry staff affected   New 

MJN Team | 25 Jan 2015

PUTRAJAYA - More than 5,000 Health Ministry staff were affected by the recent massive floods in the east coast states with losses to health facilities estimated at RM387mil. Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam said some of the staff's...

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Pharmaniaga opens special centre to channel medical supplies to flood victims

MJN Team | 21 Jan 2015

SHAH ALAM - Pharmaniaga Berhad has opened a special operations centre to channel medicine, food and daily necessities to states affected by the floods. Its managing director, Datuk Farshila Emran said the centre was opened since the first...

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Moratorium on medical studies to be reviewed

MJN Team | 19 Jan 2015

KUALA LUMPUR - The current moratorium on new medical programmes, which ends this year, is being reviewed. Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalana­than said the matter would be decided next month or so. “The ministry is reviewing...

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International News

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A Singapore government hospital sacked a Filipino nurse yesterday for “offensive” remarks on social media, the latest in a string of foreigners dismissed from their jobs in the city-state for sparking controversy online. Tan Tock Seng...

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IMU students actively participated in Lung Cancer Campaign 2014

IMU students actively participated in Lung Cancer Campaign 2014

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Since 2010, AMSA (Asian Medical Students’ Association) International Medical University (IMU) has been actively involved in projects organised by EMPOWERED. Their projects involve cancer awareness carnival, talks, and most notably, colorectal...

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Patients with serious illnesses and who require long-term medication will be hit the hardest once the goods and services tax (GST) takes effect on April 1, said pharmaceutical groups. TheSun reported that there were concerns patients might stop...

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Business & Investments

Manipal Hospitals to invest RM140mil in Klang hospital

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25 Jan 15

KUALA LUMPUR - Manipal Hospitals is investing RM140mil to build a 220-bed tertiary-care hospital in Bandar Bukit Tinggi, Klang, which set to open in the first half of 2015. It said in a statement this was the first major investment in Malaysia...

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