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Public Health

Building Bridges, Sharing Dreams

AMSA Health Day

The AMSA Health Day is celebrated on 2nd of May every year to commemorate the anniversary of the founding of AMSA Malaysia. It provides a great opportunity to the AMSA members to mobilise action around a specific concerned health topic to the people all over Malaysia. All the member universities of AMSA Malaysia will carry out the theme-related programmes in different locations in Malaysia to promote awareness on certain health topics to our society.

 

AMSA Community Service

AMSA Community Service is introduced since December 2014. The core concept of AMSA Community Service is that the efforts of medical students to provide community service and to reach out to the underprivileged has intrinsic educational value for members and benefits the community. Members have the chance to do, see, and learn things in settings to which they might not otherwise have access as part of their formal medical education. In addition, conceiving, planning, and implementing projects and activities enhances leadership skills and provides members with insight into community-based organizations. The possibility that some members might be intrigued by the challenges of health care in these settings, with some effect on career choices, is an additional latent advantage of the programme.

AMSA Community Service seeks to play a significant role in the community via utilizing all available resources in order to reinforce AMSA Malaysia image within local, regional as well as international societies.

 

World Primary Immunodeficiency Week (WPIW)

World PI Week is a global campaign which aims to raise awareness and improve diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiencies (PI). As for Malaysia, WPIW is organised in collaboration with The Malaysian Patients Organisation for Primary Immunodeficiency (MyPOPI) since year 2015. Now, WPIW becomes one of the annual public health programmes of AMSA Malaysia. WPIW offers an opportunity to inform and educate health policy-makers, schools and families, and the general public about primary immunodeficiencies (PI) to drive the earliest possible diagnosis and optimal treatment. Through events and activities promoting the warning signs of PI, the global PI community can unite to bring about positive changes in healthcare systems and practices around the world in support of people living with PI.