Kuhanesh Janardanan started his medical degree at IMU in 2008 and completed his degree at University of Southampton in 2014. He is currently working as a medical demonstrator at the University of Central Lancashire. He shares with us his journey in this interview. What does a Medical Demonstrator do? In most universities, it usually involves teaching anatomy
3-4 March 2017- This year's 9th National Paediatric Research Conference was held at the International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur with the theme “Who’s Responsible for Our Children?”. This National Paediatric Bioethics Symposium was attended by about 150 delegates from Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore that included healthcare professionals, academics, researchers, advocacy organisations, administrators, and students. The event
As professionalism, ethics, and personal development is one of the components of the 8 learning outcome domains of International Medical University (IMU), an interesting intercampus debate about bioethics between Batu Pahat Clinical Campus and Kluang Clinical Campus is organised biannually by the final semester medical students to facilitate discussions regarding ethical issues in an interactive
23 -25 September 2016 – A total of 56 candidates attended the 12th Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills (MRCP-PACES) Preparatory Course organised by IMU and Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar Seremban (HTJS). This preparatory course was conducted at the IMU Seremban Clinical Campus and HTJS Day Care Centre. The
27 October 2016 – A total of 219 undergraduate clinical students in 44 groups showcased their research projects at the Clinical Campus Research Day held at IMU"s Clinical Campus in Seremban. 5 of these projects were chosen for Negeri Sembilan (NS) Research Day. Four were for oral presentation while the rest were presented as posters.
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
Dr Azra Kurtovic from Sarajevo in Bosnia graduated with an MBBS from the International Medical University (IMU) in June 2013. She has since returned to Sarjevo and will be completing her internship in May. While doing her internship, she pursued her Master of Science in Clinical Genetics. She will be completing her Masters in June/July
Dr Wilkinson Tan has always wanted to be a doctor since he was young. He joined the medical programme at International Medical University (IMU) in February 2007 and completed his MBBS in February 2012. He is currently doing his housemanship in Hospital Taiping and intends to specialise in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He shares with us