IMU Cares

IMU Cares Programme has grown into an important part of University life, providing means for students and staff to engage with the community beyond the University.

World Spine Day 2016 – Straighten Up And Move in IMU

13 Dec 2016|Chiropractic, IMU Cares, Staff, Students|

The annual celebration of World Spine Day (WSD) has once again found its way back to International Medical University (IMU). It took place on 18 and 19 October 2016. Celebrated universally on 16 October annually since the year 2010, WSD is briefly a themed-event collaboration between organisations around the world with a primary objective of

The Community at the Heart of our Service and Learning

7 Dec 2016|Alumni, IMU Cares, Students|

Medical missions connect healthcare professionals and student volunteers with the communities that need them, thus increasing their access to quality healthcare. A total of six IMU students and ten alumni from the Dentistry, Psychology, Medicine, Biomedical Science and Pharmacy programmes participated in a humanitarian outreach mission in rural Laos from October to November 2016. They

IMU Collaborates with PSM for a Cleaner Environment at Bukit Komenwel

23 Nov 2016|IMU Cares|

A clean and safe environment is vital for human health and well-being. It is therefore vital to clean the environment in order to reduce pollution, protect its unique ecosystems, prevent extinction of endangered species and conserve resources, such as water, land and air. With this in mind, the Academic Services Department (ASD), Academic Programme Development

IMU Cares by Enabling Customised Mobility Aids for Deserving Children

28 Oct 2016|IMU Cares|

Petaling Jaya, 25 October 2016 - International Medical University (IMU) has embarked on an initiative which will see children diagnosed with neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy and congenital hydrocephalus receiving customised specialised mobility aid solutions. The initiative, which falls under the university’s IMU Cares programme, will benefit children falling under the purview of the

IMU Medical Student Advocates for Education at the United Nations General Assembly

18 Oct 2016|IMU Cares, Medicine, Students|

An advocate of children’s rights, IMUMedical Student, Taha Fathima Khan, from India, founded Child Awareness Project to increase awareness about children's rights. In January 2016, she was appointed as a Global Youth Ambassador at A World at School, part of Theirworld, which is headed by Sarah Brown. This movement was launched in 2014 by the

IMU Brings Colour to Lives through its Charity Run and Carnival

6 Oct 2016|IMU Cares, Staff, Students|

Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, 24 September 2016 – Residents of Home of Peace and Rumah Titian Kaseh would be having a brighter and better year through the efforts of the IMU Chariofare 2016 – International Medical University (IMU)’s largest charity run and carnival entirely organised by first year students of IMU. Catherine Cheang, President of

Medical University Develops E-Library System for MGS KL

4 Oct 2016|IMU Cares|

28 September 2016 - In yet another showcase of how Malaysia’s booming education fraternity has spawned the sharing of knowledge and expertise to develop the industry further, International Medical University (IMU), together with Senior Methodist Girls School (MGS) Kuala Lumpur, today officiated the latter’s new computerised library system. The new system was developed by a

Creating Awareness on Organ Donation

13 Sep 2016|IMU Cares, Staff, Students|

14 August 2016 - IMU Cares & MAPCU Organ Donation Campaign, in partnership with IJM Land Berhad, organised the IJM Half Marathon 2016. The main focus of this event was to spread awareness regarding organ donation among the public and to get many to register and pledge to donate organs. The volunteers gathered in IMU

Bringing Science to Life

29 Aug 2016|IMU Cares, Programmes, Research|

A recent report has captured the grim truth many have suspected for years. Malaysian students are losing interest in science, with only 21% of upper secondary students enrolling in the science stream in 2014. Many students find science subjects difficult and uninteresting, and it is not hard to see why. For the children in Rumah

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