MInTFM’s Central Scheme Trainees Attend Workshop in Selangor

MInTFM’s third year trainees from the Central scheme attended a two day workshop in Selangor titled “Selangor State Training on Care of the Elderly At Primary Care Setting”. This was a collaborative event between Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Selangor (JKNS), Malaysian Society of Geriatric Medicine (MSGM) and MInTFM. It was a useful educational experience for all…

MInTFM’s First Annual Scheme Directing & Communication Skills Workshop

Our first biannual scheme directing workshop took place in Tanjung Malim. The focus was on developing the teaching role of the Scheme Director. It was followed by a communication skills workshop attended by most of our third-year trainees as well as several of our current and incoming trainers. It was a great atmosphere of learning…

MInTFM at the Silver Jubilee Celebration of Penang State FMS

Dr Cathy Cullen, National Clinical Director, represented MInTFM at the silver jubilee celebration of Penang state’s FMS. Also in attendance was Dr Sri Wayhu Taher, our Northern Scheme Director, one of our trainers and the president of the Family Medicine Specialist Association (FMSA). It was a very positive event, promoting good health and providing health…

MInTFM Class of 2022 is ready to start in October

60 places have been offered and accepted in the Central ( KL and Selangor) region, 40 places have been offered and accepted in the Northern corridor, 20 places have been offered and accepted in the Southern region. All these new trainees from C2022 will start with MInTFM in the first week of October.

Face-to-Face Teaching Resumes for MInTFM

A return to face to face teaching took place this month. All year groups will meet physically once a month from now on, either at the RUMC campus in Penang or our Subang office in KL. Southern trainees are still doing hybrid sessions but plan to start meeting again soon. There is strong evidence from…

MInTFM Trainees Sat for Clinical Knowledge Test (CKT)

62 current MInTFM trainees, (second and third years) sat their Clinical Knowledge Test (CKT), part 1 of their Membership of Irish College of General Practitioners (MICGP) on Tuesday 26th April. This followed an intensive week of online revision sessions, facilitated by a wide range of experts, and a period of protected academic leave.

MInTFM is Hiring Family Medicine Specialist Trainers

MInTFM is hiring. Why Be a Family Medicine Specialist (FMS) Trainer? Be part of our dedicated & growing team to:  Improve the future of healthcare in Malaysia  Inspire the next generation with this rewarding career  Increase resources in your Klinik Kesihatan (KK)  Educate yourself & expand your horizons For more information…

Safe Motherhood Course for MInTFM Trainees

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), safe motherhood means ensuring all women receive the care they need to be safe and healthy throughout pregnancy and childbirth. Motherhood should be a time of expectation and joy for a woman, her family and the community. The safe motherhood course was held virtually via Zoom on 9th…