2022-2023 EVENTS

2022 Events

28 Aug - 01 Sep 2022
The International Surgical Week (ISW)
Kuala Lumpur

31 Aug – 2 Sept 2022
Medical Fair Asia
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

3-9 September
Medical Fair Asia
Digital, Online

9-10 September 2022
World Pediatrics Conference
Bangkok, Thailand

9-10 September 2022
World Heart and Cardiothoracic Surgery Conference
Bangkok, Thailand

19-21 September 2022
23rd SE-Asian Healthcare & Pharma Show
Kuala Lumpur

27-29 September 2022
Smart Healthcare Expo (Health Malaysia)

27-29 September 2022
Asia Pandemic Congress
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

19-20 September 2022
23nd Global Nursing Education Conference
Brisbane, Australia

30 Sep - 2 Oct 2022
Malaysia International Dental Show (MIDS)
Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre, Subang Jaya, Malaysia

7-9 November 2022
Saudi International MedLab Expo
Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center

7-9 November 2022
Saudi International Pharma Expo
Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center

11-13 November 2022
Eldercare Exhibition and Conference Asia (ELDEX Asia 2022)
Suntex Singapore Exhibition and Convention Centre

14-15 November 2022
Healthcare Asia Pacific
Osaka, Japan

2023 Events

30 May – 1 June 2023
KL Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur

13-15 September 2023
Medical Fair Thailand
BITEC, Bangkok

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?” Campaign Supports Women’s Health, Early Cervical Cancer Detection

Cervical cancer is a significant global health issue for women. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cervical cancer ranks as the fourth most prevalent cancer, resulting in approximately 604,000 new cases and 342,000 deaths in 2020 globally. In Malaysia, it is the third most common cancer impacting women with the percentage of cases detected late increasing yearly.

To combat this, the most effective approach lies in a combination of HPV vaccination and cervical screening, offering the strongest defence against cervical cancer. It is crucial to raise awareness and encourage women to prioritise their health by taking proactive measures.


Subang Jaya Medical Center (SJMC) made significant headway in their recent “If Not Now, When? #endcervicalcancer” campaign, with the goal of eradicating cervical cancer through early detection and improving screening accessibility. With the support of ROSE Foundation, SJ ECHO, Subang Jaya Police District Headquarters, Subang Jaya City Council and Klang Hokkien Association, SJMC successfully organised a series of community outreach initiatives, completing over 300 DIY Human Papillomavirus (HPV) screenings for women in Selangor, surpassing their initial target.

Bryan Lin, Chief Executive Officer of SJMC, emphasised, “Cervical cancer is often referred to as the ‘silent killer’ since it develops slowly without presenting any warning signs or symptoms. Through our ‘If Not Now, When? #endcervicalcancer’ campaign, we strive to positively educate and impact society by making cervical screening more accessible and acceptable to women, particularly those who may not be fully aware on the impact of the disease. As a healthcare provider, it is our responsibility to contribute towards achieving a cervical cancer-free Malaysia, which entails providing opportunities for screening.”

SJMC has extended its initiative to three different locations in Selangor, including five People’s Housing Project (PPR) flats located in PJS7, Angsana USJ1, Sri Tanjung USJ16, SS13, andSS19/7 in Subang Jaya, as well as the Hokkien Association in Klang and at the Subang Jaya Police District Headquarters (IPD Subang Jaya).

The initiative kicked off in January this year through a five-day programme, providing self-sampling swabs to women in the Subang Jaya community. SJMC deployed mobile trucks to each designated community area, ensuring effortless accessibility. Women aged 30 and above who met the eligibility criteria were given instructions to conduct the test independently.

SJMC, together with Bukit Tinggi Medical Centre (BTMC) joined forces with the Hokkien Association Klang through a signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The partnership aimed to offer health benefits and discounts to the association’s members, encouraging them to undergo health screenings for improved well-being. The initiative included offering free HPV screenings to the first 100 women.

The community event garnered significant attention and attracted an impressive attendance of more than 100 women who had the opportunity to receive free do-it-yourself (DIY) cervical cancer screening. The programme specifically targeted the well-being of the community, including about 60 police officers and their spouses who actively participated along with about 60 members from the Subang Jaya City Council.
(Press Release)