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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The Health Ministry (MOH) will monitor cases of waterborne diseases after the floods, especially leptospirosis and food poisoning, said its minister Dr Zaliha Mustafa.

“We will also mobilise other teams for clean-up works, particularly at health facilities affected by the disaster,” she said.

Dr Zaliha was met after officiating at the Nursing Professional Group (NPG) International Nursing Conference 2023, themed ‘Invest in Nursing: Then, Now and What’s to Come’ here today.

Also present were Melaka Health director Datuk Dr Rusdi Abd Rahman, NPG chairman Prof Zahrah Saad and MOH Nursing Division director SM Devi.

Meanwhile, Dr Zaliha said MOH has standard operating procedures for flood disasters, especially in managing temporary relief centres (PPS).

These include fogging activities to prevent infectious diseases and setting up mobile clinics to provide immediate treatment to flood victims.

Health personnel also conducted COVID-19 screening on flood evacuees housed at the PPS, she said.

The flood situation in several states is becoming more worrying as the number of evacuees soared to 48,989 this morning.

Johor still has the highest number of victims, with 44,860, followed by Pahang (2,978), Negeri Sembilan (587), Melaka (493) and Selangor (71). – Bernama