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Borneo Scientific Meeting 2017

Posted on Jan 8, 2017 by admin@MIMLS

Borneo Scientific Meeting 2017

 Friday, July 14, 2017

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 Preliminary  ANNOUNCEMENT!

It is our pleasure to invite Medical Laboratory professionals to the inaugural Borneo Scientific Meeting that gather all scientists/technologists in the region to share their knowledge and experience in their respective field.

The conference provides a platform for participants to engage and explore current techniques, innovation, and technology advancement in the field of medical laboratory sciences. 

Date:   26-27 July 2017
Venue: Riverside Majestic Hotel, Kuching, Sarawak.


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The Institute invites submission for poster presentations on all aspect of Medical Laboratory Sciences/ biomedicine that have not previously been published or presented.   


DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS  : Before 30th April 2017   


INSTRUCTION FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

 

  1. Abstracts must be submitted in English. 
  2. Text should be typed single-spaced, containing at least 200  and not more than 300 words. 
  3. Abstract typed in Microsoft Word should be submitted via email to the Scientific Committee (as below).  
  4. Aim of the study, methods used and summary of result and conclusions should be stated. The name of the attending presenter must be in bold. 
  5. Successful presenters must confirm their intent to participate by submitting the registration form.
  
Use the following excerpt as a format guide.    
 
TA Systematic Review on Features of Biomedical Science Program in Malaysian Higher Education Institutions
 
M.M. Hamdi,
Department of Para-Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS),
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Kota Samarahan, Sarawak.
 
 
Introduction; The increasing Malaysian population each year translates into escalating healthcare cost and the need for well-trained Biomedical Scientists to work in the clinical service niche area. Since the 90s, there are several Malaysian Higher Education Institutions known to offer both Biomedical Science and Biomedical Sciences courses. Those courses are different and may emphasised for practice in a non-clinical niche areas. Although the Allied Health Profession Act (Act 774) has been enacted in 2016; at present there are no clear guidelines to select biomedical courses according to niche areas. Thus leaving the public a difficult task to decide on the suitable course for the particular niche areas.
 
The objective of this study was to identify characters of courses offered by Malaysian Higher Education Institutions which suits for clinical; academic; health and industrial niche areas of biomedicine.
 
Method; A systematic literature search using Google/Google Scholar and Pubmed has been made using specific search terms with Boolean operator AND/OR as to screen for Malaysian qualification agency (MQA) recognised undergraduate Biomedical Science and Biomedical Sciences course profile and published academic article pertaining to the course and its syllabus content.
 
Results showed that Malaysian Higher Education Institutions offered both undergraduate Biomedical Science, suitable for clinical niche and Biomedical Sciences course, more suitable for non-clinical niche area; mainly characterised by their syllabus content and clinical exposure respectively. There were also Biomedical Science course which fit both clinical and non-clinical niche areas. However, there were more Biomedical Sciences course offered compared to the Biomedical Science course.
 
Conclusion; Syllabus content and clinical exposure is a good indicator for the public to select the appropriate Biomedical Science or Biomedical Sciences course suitable for its respective niches.
 
 
Authors are encouraged to submit the full manuscript of the scientific paper as the presented papers will be reviewed and may be selected to be published in the Malaysian Journal of Medical Laboratory Sciences.
 
REGISTRATION
Before or on 31st May 2017: Members: RM390.00
                                               Non-members:RM410.00
 
Please be informed that registration must be accompanied with payment. The date of payment is considered the date of registration (except Government LPO).
After 31st May 2017:  Members:RM400.00
                                      Non-members: RM450
 
Registration from 31st May 2017 onwards is considered as walk in registration. Conference materials are subjected to availability.
Day Registration (Walk In): *RM250.00/per day
Students: *RM200.00
 
* Day Registrant and Student Fee does not include Dinner.Extra Dinner Ticket can be procured at the Registration Counter for RM100
 
Method of Payment
Cheque/postal order and LO.  
Made payable to MIMLS
                           or
You may remit your payment directly to MIMLS’s Bank account.
Bank
:
Maybank Berhad
Branch
:
Petaling Jaya Main Branch
A/C Number
:
014169424162
 
Please e-mail your transaction slip to e-mail address below and submit the original to the secretariat during registration at the conference.
 
Registration Enquiries
Ms Whilemena Upam    : 010-977 8720   (whee_mon2@hotmail.com)
Mr Kelvin Yun Ted Siaw : 016-891 7154  (klvsiaw85@gmail.com)