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Ms Chong Pui Kei

Chong Pui Kei is a Physiotherapist at Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital. She received Bachelor's Degree of Physiotherapy from National University of Malaya. She has been involved in neurology rehabilitation for 5 years and main interest area in Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) rehabilitation.

Ms Enny Mulyatsih

Enny Mulyatsih is the Head of Nursing Department at RS Pusat Otak Nasional Jakarta or National Brain Centre Hospital and she is the President of Indonesia Neuroscience Nurses Association. She is very experience as a speaker in many places around the Indonesia and in overseas like Perth, Kuala Lumpur, Istanbul, Sydney, Brisbane. She’s involved in many other activities too like author of Perawatan Pasien Stroke, Clinical Nurse Instructor (CI), part time lecturer, nurse consultant, Hospital Acreditation Committee and Hospital Acreditaion Surveyor.

Ms Foo Kok Wee

She is a Physiotherapist at Kuala Lumpur Hospital for 21 years. Responsible managed Orthopaedic, medical, spinal cord and injury patients. She is Head of unit Physiotherapy at Sungai Buloh Hospital for 5 years and responsible managed the unit. Work with other department in the hospital and managing out patient in the unit.

Ms Harvinderjit Kaur

Harvinderjit Kaur is a Nursing officer. She began her career in health care by working as a nurse aid in a private hospital, Kuala Lumpur. Since that time, she has logged nearly twenty four years of experience in various areas of patient care (Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, Infection Control, Pediatric and Medical Unit).

Ms Khathijah Beevi

Dr Liew Boon Seng

I am currently working as neurosurgeon at the Department of Neurosurgery, Hospital Sungai Buloh, Selangor, Malaysia. I graduated as medical doctor in the year 2000 from Universiti Sains Malaysia. I joined the Department of Neurosurgery, Hospital Sultanah Aminah in 2001. Subsequently I joined the Neurosurgery Master Program, Universiti Sains Malaysia in 2005 and completed my post-graduate training in 2009. I did my attachment in spine surgery at the Nanoori Hospital, Suwon, South Korea in 2017. I did my attachment in skull base surgery, cerebrovascular and vascular anastomosis at the Asahikawa Red Cross Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan and Cerebrovascular Fellowship program at the Fujita Health University Banbuntane Hospital, Nagoya, Japan in 2018.

Ms Yee Yit Cheng

Yee Yit Cheng is a matron since 2009 and has worked at Neurosurgery Department, Hospital Kuala Lumpur since 1991. Qualified as a State Registered Nurse in 1987, had obtained Post Basic Intensive Care Nursing in 1994 and Post Basic Midwifery in 1995and also Future Advanced Training In Neurosurgical Nursing in Japan – June 2014. She has special interest in Neuro Intensive Care Nursing and has been organising local and international nursing conferences since 2004. Has become a local and international speaker since 2004 and had presented in many countries like India, Turkey, Indonesia, Australia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Japan.

Ms Marlina Binti Md. Noor

Dr Ng Wei Ping

Ng Wei Ping is a young neurosurgeon in Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is interested in doing research beside doing surgery. Her publication: Case report and research in IMJM, ANN, MJMS. Has been involved in Poster Presentation and awarded as 1st runner up in Hospital Sungai Buloh research day and Selangor research day 2016.

Dr Nazariah Aiza Harun

Dr. Nazariah Aiza Harun is a Psychiatrist attached to Hospital Selayang. She attained her Doctor of Medicine (MD) from UPM and went to UM for postgraduate studies in Master of Psychological Medicine. She is currently undergoing her subspecialty training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry under Ministry Of Health Malaysia fellowship programme.

Ms Phung Thi Hanh

A registered nurse in Neurosugical Department in Vietduc University Hospital and also A Nursing Lecturer in Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi, Vietnam from 2014 until now. Interested areas: ICU care, Pittutary tumor, early rehabilitation.

Ms Rosanita Zainal

Dr Sharon Casilda Theophilus

Dr.Sharon Casilda Theophilus is a Consultant Neurosurgeon in Hospital Sultanah Aminah Johor Bahru. Interestingly she happens to be the first woman neurosurgeon to practice as a Neurosurgeon in Malaysia. She is also a Sessional Lecturer for Monash Malaysia Medical University since 2009 and visiting lecturer at Medical Faculty University of Newcastle Malaysia since 2012. She actively trains residents in neurosurgery in her hospital and in workshops organized by various education committees.

Mr Stian L. Hamre

Stian L. Hamre is a Norwegian nurse from Sunnaas rehabilitation hospital who is currently volunteering in Cambodia. He is here to speak about: challenges in managing patients with traumatic spinal cord injury and spinal disorders.

Mr Syed Mohd Izwan

Ms Tan Jia Hui

Ms Wan Norhasbiah

Ms Zalina Saad

Zalina Saad has Diploma in Nursing year 2000 from UKM, and straight away working in neurosurgery ward as SRN in PPUKM and is 2nd batch of neuroscience post basic year 2007 at KSKB Sg Buloh. Promoted as head nurse year 2008 and posted to Ophtal clinic for 2 years and completed Bachelor in nursing from UiTM year 2012. She is transferred back to Neurosurgery ward from year 2012 until now. Involve as Clinical Instructor for year 2 Nursing Students since year 2015 until now.


Programme at a glance


Date: 17th August 2018
Time: 1100 - 1700
Venue: Hilton Kuala Lumpur (Hall 4 - Level 6)
1100 - 1120 Critical Care Nursing In Traumatic Brain Injury
1120 - 1140 Challenges In Managing Patients With Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury And Spinal Disorders – Nursing Approaches
1140 - 1200 “The Polytraumatized Patient” – Challenges In Nursing Care
1200 - 1220 Dealing With An Aggressive, Confused Or Delirious Patient After TBI – Neuropsychiatric Nursing Perspective
1220 - 1240 Critical Care Nursing Of Patients With A Ruptured Aneurysm Or AVM: Nursing Monitoring And Precautions
1240 - 1300 The Role Of The OR Nurse In Successful Neurovascular Surgery: Intra-Operative Perspectives
1300 - 1400 Lunch
1400 - 1420 Nursing Vigilance After Neurovascular Surgery
1420 - 1440 Acute Nursing Management Of Hypertensive Intracerebral Hemorrhage
1440 - 1500 Holistic Care Of Children With Neurosurgical Disorders
- Trauma & Tumor
1500 - 1520 Nursing Care Of A Child With An External Ventricular Device Or Shunt
1520 - 1540 Nursing Role On Epilepsy Monitoring In Children
1540 - 1600 A Guide To Common Cranial Operative Procedures - Burrhole, VP Shunt, Craniotomy, Decomp Craniectomy
- Indications, Positioning, Draping, Basic Steps, Equipment
1600 - 1620 Neurosurgical Instrument: Ergonomics And Care
1620 - 1640 A Guide To Common Spinal Operative Procedures - ACDF, Laminectomy, Instrumentation
- Indications, Positioning, Draping, Basic Steps, Equipment
1640 - 1700 Tea Break

Date: 18th August 2018
Time: 0800 - 1700
Venue: Hilton Kuala Lumpur (Hall 4 - Level 6)
0800 - 0808  
0808 - 0816  
0816 - 0824  
0824 - 0832  
0840 - 0848  
0848 - 0856  
0856 - 0904  
0904 - 0912  
0912 - 0920  
0920 - 0940 Post-Op Spine Complications: Challenges And Opportunities
0940 - 1000 Integrative Medicine’s Role In Pain Management For The Post-Op Spine Population
1000 - 1020 Tea Break
1020 - 1040 Nursing Innovation In Neuroscience - What’s Out There
1040 - 1100 The Role Of Nutrition And Dietary Supplementation In Effective Neurological Recovery And Rehabilitation
1100 - 1120 Rehabilitation In Traumatic Brain Injury
1120 - 1140 Rehabilitation In Spinal Cord Injury
1140 - 1200 The Role Of The Occupational Therapist In Neurorehabilitation
1200 - 1220 Patient And Care-Giver Education For Better Stroke Rehabilitation
1220 - 1240 The Role Of Nursing In Supporting Neurorehabilitation
1240 - 1300 Q & A
1300 - 1400 Lunch
  Hands on Nursing Skill Stations (40 mins each)
1400 - 1700 STATION 1
Spinal Cord Injury
- Application Collar
- Safe Log Rolling
Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
- Assessment
- Strength Training
- Passive Exercise
- Gait Training
Traumatic Brain Injury
- Use of Physical Restraints
- Moving and Lifting Patient
Stroke Evaluation & Assessment
- NIH Stroke Care
- Swallowing