T H E 8 T H A S E A N M E D I C A L D E A N S ' S U M M I TA N D T H E 4 T H A S E A N S T U D E N T S 'C O L L A B O R A T I V E P R O J E C T A T I H S Founded by 12 higher education institutions in ASEAN countries, the 8th ASEAN Medical Deans'Summit (AMDS) and the 4th ASEAN Students' Collaborative Project (ASCP) were hosted byPAPRSB IHS, UBD from the 23rd to the 24th of August 2019. The theme of this year's meetingwas "Inter-Professional Education and Mental Health Issues", and aimed to provide a platformfor the sharing of views, practices and advances in inter-professional education and mentalhealth issues within the ASEAN region. The meeting also covered discussions on the quality ofmedical education across ASEAN countries, professional training following graduation, and thepromotion of research culture & international collaboration amongst AMDS members. Concurrently, the 4th ASCP was held to showcase and highlight community projects conductedby medical, dental and health science students from AMDS member universities. The ASCPenabled students to share their research interests, to experience knowledge enrichment inASEAN medical education and to exchange culture among the students from various countries.For further information about AMDS, please visit the main website hosted by Faculty ofMedicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University here:https://www2.si.mahidol.ac.th/en/aseanmednet/. For further information about BruneiDarussalam’s role in AMDS, please visit: http://ihs.ubd.edu.bn/tag/amds/ orhttp://ihs.ubd.edu.bn/asean-medical-deans-summit/.B E Y O N D | J U L . T O S E P T . 2 0 1 9 | I S S U E 1 8Clockwise, from top left: Dr. Hjh Rafidah Hj Gharif (third right), Dean of PAPRSB IHS with committee members and guests at theopening ceremony of the 8th ASEAN Medical Deans' Summit and the 4th ASEAN Students Collaborative Project on the 23rd - 24thof August 2019, at PAPRSB IHS, UBD; Professor Dr. Mohd. Ayub Sadiq, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Innovation & Enterprise, UBDand Guest of Honour of the event, presenting a souvenir to a participant; participating medical students from Myanmar, Singaporeand Vietnam in deep discussion 2
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