My message to the audience : High Blood Pressure is a silent killer and it is related to our life style which includes the way we eat and the way we cope with stress in life.
Monday, May 19, 2008
On 18th May, 2008, In conjunction with International Nurses Day, Kuching Specialist Hospital in collobaration with Salako Rara Recreation Club, organised Community Outreach Health Screening Project at Kampong Jampari, Lundu. The project was officially launched by YB Encik Ranum AK Mina, Wakil Rakyat N1 Opar.
I gave a health talk on HYPERTENSION at the function.
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Mr. Anthony Yeo delivered one of his lectures.
On the 8th and 9th May, 2008 I attended a Counselling Course on Coping with Crisis and Trauma joinedly organised by Sarawak Women for Women Association, Ministry of Social and Urban Development Sarawak and Counselling & Care Centre, Singapore. The course was conducted by a well known Consultant Therapist from Singapore Counselling and Care Centre, Mr. Anthony Yeo. Anthony Yeo has written few books of which one of them is my favourite : Counselling: A Problem Solving Approach Click to see my brief comment about the book.The course was attended by about 190 participants. I will post a brief write up on knowledge I gained from Anthony Yeo during this 2 days in my coming posting
On 7th May, 2008 I was giving my last lecture on Ergonomics entitled Work Improvement for Small Enterprise(WISE) for INSEP SHO students of PPKS/ICATS, Kuching.
In April, I was invited by PPKS/ICATS to give a talk on Enhancing Productivity Through Ergonomics in the seminar during their open day week.
On 3oth April, UNIMAS HR Department, invited me to deliver a talk on Occupational Health and Safety Risk Assessment as part of the Human Resource modules for Ujian Tahap Kecekapan (UTK), attended by 12 of their senior executives
The key lecture for the second day was delivered by NIOSH US Representative, Dr George Conway on Applying Research Results to Practice: General Principles and Some examples of successes.
6 Concurrent Symposiums was taking place after the plenary lecture. The symposiums were :
1. Fitness to Return to Work
3. Chemical Health and Safety
4. Mental Health
5. Sickness Absenteeism
6. Occupational Safety and Health Legislation
Besides that, 4 concurrent free paper sessions were conducted. Finally a Forum on Future Direction of Occupational Health which involved speakers from DOSH, MTUC, MEF and MOH.
A lot of latest development and updates were obtained from this year RCOH3. I am looking forward to attend RCOH 4, Insyaallah.