College of Surgeons Annual Scientific Congress 2021 /
54th Malaysia-Singapore Congress of Medicine
27-Aug-2021 to 29-Aug-2021
Equatorial Hotel, Penang
Organized by College of Surgeons, AMM
Benefits of Becoming Member of the ORL Chapter Members
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Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Course 2019
Royal College of Surgeons of England International Surgical Training Programme (ISTP)
Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient (CCrISP®) Course 2020
This two-day course is designed to advance the practical, theoretical and personal skills necessary for the care of critically ill surgical patients. The course is suitable for candidates who are now undergoing their surgical training (Master of Surgery) or just obtained their Master of Surgery. If you are in the earlier part of surgical training you must submit a CV with your application. For further information, please see below.
A Tribute to a Pioneer in Liver Surgery
Dato' Dr M Balasegaram, often referred to as 'Prof Bala', passed away on 5th May 2014 at the age of 85. A memorial lecture was held at the Lecture Theatre of the state-of-the-art Advanced Surgical Skills Centre, UKM Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur on 23rd November 2014 to honor his immense contributions to the development of gastrointestinal surgery in the country. A strict disciplinarian with rigorous standards, he groomed many of top surgeons. Dr Balasegaram is best noted for his pioneering work in liver surgery. He researched and added more information to the understanding of the anatomy of the liver, and subsequently simplified liver surgery with his new specially designed liver instruments. Read more...
Guidelines for Surgical Specialists Undertaking Aesthetic Medical / Surgical Practice in Malaysia
12th May 2013
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The College of Surgeons of Malaysia was founded in November 1972 with a membership of twenty- three fellows and Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Abdul Majid Ismail as its first President. This significant milestone has played a pivotal role in shaping history of surgery in Malaysia. The primary objective of the College is to maintain and promote the highest standards of surgical practice in the country.
In 1992, fellows of the College felt the need to extend their responsibility in the profession and through a resolution opted to merge with the Academy of Medicine of Malaysia. The merger was formalised on 16th December 1995.The College represents the diverse interest of surgical specialties and actively promotes the art and science of the various surgical disciplines. It offers excellent services to its members and is actively engaged in training, supporting continuing professional development programmes, research and the promotion of quality patient care by developing good practice guidelines.
There is desire and enthusiasm among its fellows to see expansion of surgery in Malaysia parallels that of the best in the world.