Countdown Peperiksaan Ikhtisas Akhir 2012/2013

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Hari Interaksi

Assalamualaikum wbt/salam sejahtera..

Seperti tertera diatas, Hari Interaksi akan diadakan pada hari Sabtu ini (22 September 2012). Siapa yang berkelapangan bolehlah join..

Tentatif program:

0800 - pendaftaran pelajar tahun 1 , n seniors
0830 - majlis perasmian hari Interaksi
0930 - LDK 1- Interaksi Hati
1030 - LDK 2 - Outdoor Games
1200 - LDK 3 - Refleksi & photoshoot
1300 - Penutup 1400 - bersurai

  • LDK 1 - bersama buddy masing2, bersuai kenal , etc.
  • LDK 2 - Gabungan PBL 1st year dgn 2nd year with senior
  • LDK 3 : kumpulan yg sama dgn LDK 2. 
  • penutup : penyampaian hadiah


Thursday, September 13, 2012


Assalamualaikum wbt/selamat sejahtera...

Untuk makluman, talian SPPK  telah dibuka semula. Semua pelajar perlu mengisi penilaian tersebut seperti biasa. Tarikh talian dibuka sehingga 21 September 2012 (Jumaat depan). Cuma isikan ikhtisas akhir-klinikal, keseluruhan, PPD VA, patologi forensik III dan posting yang anda telah/sedang lalui. Tak perlu isi semua.

Terima kasih.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Message From Dr.Petrick Periyasamy

Attention: this is a message from Dr.Petrick (infectious disease specialist) regarding a survey "Assessing the Attitudes of Health Care Students Towards HIV+, IDU and MSM Patients". He was hoping that all of us could participate. Below are the details from him:

Ethics Approval : FF-3292012

UMMC-UKM-USM-IIUM-UMS-, Penang International Dental College, UTM

Dear medical students students,

I would like to introduce to you Harry Jin, a graduate student studying at Yale University School of Public Health. With my collaboration and support, we will be conducting a study in Malaysia evaluating attitudes and beliefs of students toward several kinds of patients that you are likely to encounter.

This study will provide valuable information for deans and those in charge of curriculums about how to prepare future health care workers about how to improve the treatment and care for all patients. The long term impact that this study aims to achieve is to help advice curriculum changes to improve the health of socially and medically marginalized patients.

This study is entirely anonymous and your answers will never jeopardize your student status. There are also no correct answers. We have designed the survey so that you can feel safe and comfortable answering all questions as honestly as possible. No faculty members will be able to link your responses to you.

I strongly support and encourage you to take this survey, and hope for a 100% response rate. Without your support, changes cannot be made. Your participation will not only help improve the quality of the study, but will also contribute to improving the health of Malaysians.

This is the link that will direct you to the survey:

Dr Petrick Periyasamy
Lecturer Medical Department

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