Objective: At the end of the course, students will be able to: 


Demonstrate an investigatory and analytic approach to clinical and pathological problems.
Demonstrate applied knowledge of pathology, by describing the basic aspects of the major
disease processes

  • Cause (etiology)
  • Mechanisms of development (pathogenesis) 
  • Functional consequences of the molecular and morphological changes (clinical
  • Apply the basic and clinically supportive sciences appropriate to pathology (such as anatomy,
    biochemistry, histology/histopathology, cytogenetics, and physiology)

Principles of Surgery
Introduction to the field of surgery and anaesthesia
Understanding the most important aspects of accidental injury and surgical insult
Assessment and intervention in the different stages of the prevention-diagnosis-treatmentrecovery sequence in surgery
Specific aspects of certain branches of surgery not studied in other course modules

Biomaterials and Biomechanics
Concepts of mechanics as they apply to human movement
The student should gain advanced knowledge and analysing skills on the mechanical and
anatomical principles that govern human motion and
Develop the ability to link the structure of the human body with its function from a
mechanical perspective.
The course also introduces students to a spectrum of materials used in biomedical
engineering, biological-biomaterials interactions, host responses, and materials evaluations.

Limited to 40 participants

Registration fee

RM 250 – RM 750 (please refer to the attachment)

September 18th  – 20th, 2017 (Monday – Wednesday)


9 AM – 5.30 PM


Datin Ragayah lecture hall, National Orthopaedic Centre of Excellence in Research and

Learning (NOCERAL), Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur,




Closing date for registration is on 14th on September 2017

For registration,please email to:

Ms Rabiatul Adawiyah Othman
Email: rabiatul_adawiyah@um.edu.my

For enquiries, please email to :
Dr. Chong Pan Pan
Email: pan2chong@gmail.com