Event: Syarahan Perdana

Warga kampus yang dihormati adalah dijemput menghadiri ke Syarahan Perdana;
Profesor Dr. Jamiyah Hassan,

Jabatan Obstetrik & Ginekologi, Fakulti Perubatan, Universiti Malaya
Bertajuk

“Viva La Ova – The Journey”

Tarikh : 17 September 2015 (Khamis)
Masa : 3.00 petang
Tempat : Auditorium T.J.Danaraj, Fakulti Perubatan, Universiti Malaya

Sinopsis:

The journey of a woman from the womb to the tomb starts with the little ova. The challenges of pregnancy and its potential complications can convert a naturally physiological event to something more deadly. A woman who dies during pregnancy and delivery is a tragedy that we want to avoid. For over five decades Malaysia has improved the obstetric services and maternal mortality has reduced significantly. Family planning and effective contraception will be the much needed strategy to achieve maternal mortality comparable to the more developed world. In the golden era of menopause women should not be forgotten. All women and mothers have played a huge role in developing the societies. This is to celebrate and recognise women from all walks of life: virtuous, strong, courageous, leaders, in good health, sick or powerless.

Talian pertanyaan ICR: 03 – 79677723 atau 03-79677735

Terima kasih. Salam hormat.
Norliza Amin

Bagi pihak,

Pejabat Hubungan Antarabangsa & Korporat (ICR)

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The campus communities are cordially invited to attend the Inaugural Lecture:

Professor Dr. Jamiyah Hassan,

Department of Obstetric & Gynaecology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya
Entitled
“Viva La Ova – The Journey”

Date : 17th September 2015 (Thursday)
Time : 3.00 p.m.
Venue : T.J.Danaraj Auditorium, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya

Synopsis:

The journey of a woman from the womb to the tomb starts with the little ova. The challenges of pregnancy and its potential complications can convert a naturally physiological event to something more deadly. A woman who dies during pregnancy and delivery is a tragedy that we want to avoid. For over five decades Malaysia has improved the obstetric services and maternal mortality has reduced significantly. Family planning and effective contraception will be the much needed strategy to achieve maternal mortality comparable to the more developed world. In the golden era of menopause women should not be forgotten. All women and mothers have played a huge role in developing the societies. This is to celebrate and recognise women from all walks of life: virtuous, strong, courageous, leaders, in good health, sick or powerless.

For inquiry, please contact ICR: 03-79677723 or 03-79677735

Thank you. Warm regards.

Norliza Amin

On behalf of,

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