8th ASEAN Medical Deans Submit & 4th ASEAN Students Collaborative Project 2019

Foreword from the Chairperson

Dear ASEAN Delegates,

It is an honour to host and welcome all of you to the 8th ASEAN Medical Deans' Summit Meeting (AMDS) and the 4th ASEAN Students' Collaborative Project (ASCP) this year at PAPRSB Institute of Health Sciences in the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace.

The theme of this year's AMDS meeting is "Inter-Professional Education and Mental Health Issues", and this meeting aims to provide a platform for the sharing of views, practices and advances in inter-professional education and mental health issues within the ASEAN region. The meeting also covers discussions on quality of medical education across ASEAN countries, professional training following graduation, and the promotion of research culture & international collaboration amongst AMDS members.

Concurrently, the 4th ASCP is held to showcase and highlight community projects conducted by medical, dental and health sciences students from AMDS member universities. The ASCP enables students to share their research interests, to experience knowledge enrichment in ASEAN medical education and to exchange culture among the students from various countries.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the organising committee of the 8th AMDS and 4th ASCP for having worked hard and tirelessly to make this year's meeting in Brunei a success. I would also like to convey our appreciation to Universiti Brunei Darussalam and our generous sponsors for their support in making this meeting possible.


Dr Hjh Rafidah Hj Gharif

Dean of Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa’adatul Bolkiah (PAPRSB) Institute of Health Sciences

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History of AMDS and ASCP

History of AMDS and ASCP


History of AMDS and ASCP