Creating New Frontiers in Healthcare
Our universities bring together medical education and research to transform patient care. We collaborate with public and private health sectors and organisations worldwide to translate cutting-edge research into real benefits for patients and communities. By advancing medical research and knowledge, we are improving healthcare for all.
Blending Education and Practice
International Medical University (IMU) in Malaysia is a pioneer in integrating medical education with research and healthcare practice. Students get exposure to research projects through the established IMU Institute for Research, Development & Innovation (IRDI). They gain extensive clinical experience through partnerships with leading hospitals in Malaysia and at IMU Healthcare clinics specialising in medical, dental, Chinese medicine and chiropractic care. By 2022, IMU will open its own IMU Hospital to further complement its university and outpatient services.
Cultivating the Next Generation
Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong is a full-scale private teaching hospital in affiliation with the University of Hong Kong (HKU) Health System. Gleneagles acts as a clinical training ground for HKU medical students, allowing them to gain the widest exposure and experience in a private healthcare setting. This training benefits their long-term development, which will in turn benefits patients.
Supporting Ethical Research
Parkway Independent Ethics Committee (PIEC) reviews and monitors research involving human subjects conducted in Singapore. As an independent committee made up of medical, scientific and non-scientific members formally designated to function as an institutional review board, PIEC has the authority to approve, require modifications, or disapprove research, to ensure that appropriate steps are taken to protect the rights and welfare of the human research subjects.
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Taking the ‘Pink Scarf' breast cancer awareness campaign global, Acıbadem Healthcare enlisted key opinion leaders, non-governmental organisations, celebrities and social media influencers, to convey the message: “If You Notice Early, You May Alter Many”.
Attended by about 800 medical professionals and streamed live to more than 7,000 participants, the 2021 ParkwayHealth International Conference on Gastroenterology and Hepatology gathered medical experts around the world...
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A key defence against COVID-19 is education. At Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong, forums were organised to educate our staff on how the virus is transmitted and what precautions to take to curb the spread of the disease.
Gleneagles Hospital Chengdu held its first International Medical Dialogue on 26 October to facilitate knowledge sharing among medical experts and create opportunities for future collaborations.
Pantai Premier Pathology hosted over 220 participants from diverse public and private healthcare backgrounds to a Molecular Infectious Diseases Symposium on 4 August.