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ASMIC2016_Announcement - Malaysian Society of Intensive Care
ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Dr Shanti Rudra Deva
Dr Louisa Chan Yuk Li
Assoc Prof Dr Tang Swee Fong
Dr Shanthi Ratnam
Datuk Dr V Kathiresan
Dr Azmin Huda
Dr Gan Chin Seng
INVITED SPEAKERS
AUSTRALIA
INDIA
SOUTH KOREA
Simon Erickson
Peter Morley
Brendan Smith
Babu Abraham
Farhad Kapadia
Younsuck Koh
DENMARK
Hans Flaatten
Anders Perner
FRANCE
NORWAY
SINGAPORE
Didier Payen
Lee Jan Hau
See Kay Choong
Kien Kong
Adawiyah A Bakar
Ahmad Shaltut Othman
Aida Nani Don Rahim
Anis Siham
Azmin Huda Abdul Rahim
Chor Yek Kee
Foong Kit Weng
Hasimah Zainol
Ismail Tan Mohd Ali Tan
Kamal Bashar Abu Bakar
Khoo Tien Meng
Koh Chun Wearn
Lau Chee Lan
Richard Lim Boon Leong
Lim Chew Har
Maznisah Mahmood
Mohd Basri Mat Nor
Mohd Ridhwan Md Noor
UNITED KINGDOM
Timothy Walsh
USA
John Marini
MALAYSIA
Noor Airini Ibrahim
Nor’azim Mohd Yunos
Noryani Mohd Samat
Pon Kah Min
Siti Rohayah Sulaiman
Tai Li Ling
Wan Nasrudin Wan Ismail
Zainah Mohamed
WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE
ORGANISING CHAIRPERSON, ASMIC 2016
The Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care is the largest critical
care conference in Malaysia. It once again, promises to be an interesting
meeting that will allow clinicians, nurses and allied health practitioners
to update themselves with the current practices in critical care.
As always, the scientific programme has been drawn up to showcase,
the best current research and practice to be delivered by international
and local speakers. To ensure ASMIC remains fascinating and
contemporary, we have added some new formats to the programme
and pre congress workshops. We hope that the meeting will encourage
participants to have active debates and exchange views with the leaders
and decision-makers in the field of critical care.
We sincerely hope you can join us at this exciting meeting and we look
forward to welcoming you at ASMIC.
Dr Shanti Rudra Deva
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PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP
22 ND SEPTEMBER 2016, THURSDAY
1. CRITICAL CARE NUTRITION: LETS GIVE IT DUE ATTENTION
VENUE: KELANTAN ROOM
This workshop is designed from the most recent available evidence and concensus guidelines.
It is intended for all healthcare providers involved in nutrition therapy of the critically ill – primarily
physicians (specialists and trainees), nurses, dietitians and pharmacists.
At the end of this workshop, participants are expected to be familiar with enteral and parenteral
feeding practises that are evidence-based, and to promote optimum energy and protein delivery.
Bringing these skills back to the intensive care bedsides, it is hoped that nutrition delivery for the
various groups of critically ill patients will be improved and leading to better outcomes.
FA C I L I TAT O R S
Noor Airini Ibrahim
Shanti Rudra Deva
Mohd Basri Mat Nor
Ahmad Shaltut Othman
0800 – 0830 Registra t i o n
0830 – 0835
Introduction
0835 – 0855
Nutritional status assessment
0855 – 0915
Initiating and dosing EN
0915 – 0935
Monitoring tolerance and adequacy of EN
0935 – 0955
Choosing the appropriate enteral formulation
0955 – 1010
Adjunctive therapy
1010 – 1025
Tea
1025 – 1045
When to use PN
1045 – 1105
Maximising the efficacy of PN
1105 – 1125
Special situations 1: Pulmonary failure, hepatic failure
1125 – 1150
Special situations 2: Chronically critically ill, obesity in critical illness,
nutrition therapy at the end-of-life
1150 – 1220
Skill station 1: Acute pancreatitis
1220 – 1250
Skill station 2: Sepsis
1250 – 1350
Lunch
1250 – 1400
Participants go to assigned skill stations
1400 – 1430
Skill station 3: Postoperative major surgery
1430 – 1500
Skill station 4: Burns / Trauma / Traumatic brain injury
1500 Closing
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PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP
22 ND SEPTEMBER 2016, THURSDAY
2. HAEMODYNAMIC MONITORING
VENUE: PAHANG ROOM
Haemodynamic instability is common in critically ill patients. The need to monitor is important
and necessary not only to assess global and regional tissue perfusion but also to guide us in the
appropriate use of fluids, vasopressors or inotropes. This one-day workshop is designed to help
doctors in assessing the haemodynamic status of the critically ill, and to introduce the use of various
minimally invasive and non-invasive haemodynamic monitoring tools.
THE AIMS OF THE WORKSHOP ARE TO:
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Teach some fundamentals in CVS physiology
Gain understanding in the basic principles of minimally invasive monitors
Comprehend the use of minimally invasive and non-invasive haemodynamic monitors
Discuss appropriate use of fluids or vasopressors / inotropes in various clinical scenarios
FA C I L I TAT O R S
Babu Abraham
Premela Naidu Sitaram
Tai Li Ling
Brendan Smith
0800 – 0830
Registra t i o n
0830 – 0840
Introduction
0840 – 0905
CVS physiology: Understanding functional haemodynamics
0905 – 0930
Physiological basis for fluid resuscitation
0930 – 1000
Predicting fluid responsiveness
1000 – 1030
Tea 1030 – 1055
Minimally invasive cardiac output measurement: An overview
1055 – 1115
Assessing volume status using ECHO
1115 – 1130
Pitfalls of ECHO
1130 – 1200
Inotropes? Vasopressors? Fluid? – What to do when you don’t know
1200 – 1220
Participants go to assigned skill stations
1220 – 1300
Skill station 1: Case scenario: Optimising patient in shock using calibrated
thermodilution technique
1250 – 1340
Lunch
1340 – 1420
Skill station 2: Case scenario: Managing a haemodynamically unstable patient
using doppler cardiac output technique
1420 – 1500
Skill station 3: Case scenario: Optimising patient in cardiogenic shock using a
pulse power analysis technique
1500 – 1540
Skill station 4: Case scenario: ECHO in a haemodynamically unstable patient
1600
Wrap up
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PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP
22 ND SEPTEMBER 2016, THURSDAY
3. MECHANICAL VENTILATION FOR NURSES
VENUE: JOHOR ROOM
OVERVIEW
This one-day programme is designed to help ICU nurses improve their knowledge on how to safely
and effectively manage critically ill patients on the mechanical ventilator. With the aid of both
lectures and workshops, they will be allowed to practice what they learned in a safe and supervised
environment. The programme emphasises the basic concept of mechanical ventilation involving
topics that are clinically relevant to the bedside nurse. The skill station has clinical scenarios that
will help them form a stepwise approach to the problems encountered.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
• Identify the various conventional modes of ventilation and differentiate their mechanisms of
action in order to monitor and troubleshoot alarms effectively
FA C I L I TAT O R S
Asmah Zainuddin
Kien Kong
Shanthi Ratnam
Siddarth Hundoo
0830 – 0900
Registra t i o n 0900 – 0910
Opening
0910 – 0940
Pre-workshop evaluation
0940 – 1030
Basic modes of mechanical ventilation
1030 – 1050
Tea
1050 – 1130
Monitoring and troubleshooting alarms
1130 – 1210
Evidence-based NIV
1210 – 1220
Participants go to assigned starting group
1220 – 1250
Skill station 1: Basic mode: Volume-based ventilation
1250 – 1340 Lunch
1340 – 1410
Skill station 2: Basic mode: Pressure-based ventilation
1410 – 1440
Skill station 3: NIV set-up and monitoring
1440 – 1510
Skill station 4: Monitoring and trouble-shooting ventilator alarms
1510 – 1540
Skill station 5: Asthma and ARDS
1540 – 1600
Tea
1600 – 1630
Post-workshop evaluation
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DAILY PROGRAMME
23 RD SEPTEMBER 2016, FRIDAY
0800 – 0845
REG ISTRATI O N
0845 – 0930
PLENARY 1
SABAH
Chairperson: Tan Cheng Cheng
Advanced life support – What is hot and what is not in research and practice
PETER MORLEY
0930 – 1015
OPENING CEREMONY
1015 – 1100
TEA / T RA D E E X H I BI TI O N
1100 – 1240
SYMPOSIUM 1
SYMPOSIUM 2
SYMPOSIUM 3
Respiratory
Sepsis
Paediatrics I
Chairperson:
Teoh Sim Chuah
Chairpersons:
Wan Nasrudin,
Noryani Samat
Chairperson:
Anis Suraya Ghani
Driving pressure – Value
and limitations
Is genetic contributive to
human sepsis
Vasoactive agents
in sepsis
JOHN MARINI
DIDIER PAYEN
PON KAH MIN
CO2 Removal – Is that
an important goal of
mechanical ventilation?
Understanding sepsis 3 –
Strengths and limitations
VAP – Do bundles make
a difference?
KAMAL BASHAR
ABU BAKAR
ANIS SIHAM
Fluid therapy in sepsis
Is bigger better – Does
PICU volume impact
outcome?
SABAH
SABAH
1100 – 1125
1125 – 1150
FARHAD KAPADIA
1150 – 1215
High flow nasal oxygen
therapy – Any role in
your practice?
SARAWAK
ANDERS PERNER
SEE KAY CHOONG
1215 – 1240
1240 – 1430
KEDAH/SELANGOR
KOH CHUN WEARN
The proper place of
prone positioning
Key points in feeding the
septic patient
Rapid response team
saves lives
JOHN MARINI
NOOR AIRINI IBRAHIM
SIMON ERICKSON
L UNC H
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DAILY PROGRAMME
[CONTINUED]
23 RD SEPTEMBER 2016, FRIDAY
SABAH
1430 – 1610
SYMPOSIUM 6
Pharmacology Blitz
Intensive Care For Nurses I
Organisation
Chairperson:
Mariani Bachok
Chairperson:
Lim Chew Har
Family-centered care
Thinking about thinking
– How to stop making
diagnostic errors
Chairperson:
Foong Kit Weng
Steroids in communityacquired pneumonia
ZAINAH MOHAMED
MOHD RIDHWAN
MD NOOR
1455 – 1520
KEDAH/SELANGOR
SYMPOSIUM 5
(20 minute sessions)
1430 – 1455
SARAWAK
SYMPOSIUM 4
Levosimendan in heart
failure
BABU ABRAHAM
PETER MORLEY
Reducing medication
errors – Your role is
critical
Grooming the ICU to be
a family-centered ICU
HANS FLAATTEN
LAU CHEE LAN
1520 – 1545
1545 – 1610
Dexmedetomidine usage
in ICU
Patient-ventilator
dyssynchrony
KHOO TIEN MENG
KIEN KONG
Feeding with fish oil
Caring for the delirious
patient
AHMAD SHALTUT
OTHMAN
NORYANI MOHD SAMAT
Thiamine in sepsis
MOHD BASRI MAT NOR
Often the less is more
YOUNSUCK KOH
What is the best time to
rehabilitate the ICU
patient – In the ICU, in
the hospital, or after
going home?
TIMOTHY WALSH
1610 – 1630
T EA
1630 – 1730
FREE PAPER
KEDAH/SELANGOR
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DAILY PROGRAMME
24 TH SEPTEMBER 2016, SATURDAY
0800 – 0900
0900 – 0945
KEDAH/SELANGOR
PENANG
PAHANG
LET’S ASK THE EXPERT 1
LET’S ASK THE EXPERT 2
LET’S ASK THE EXPERT 3
Moderator:
Mahazir Kassim
Moderator:
Gan Chin Seng
Moderator:
Nor’azim Mohd Yunos
How I manage the
difficult-to-ventilate
patients
Fluids in the critically ill
child – When, why and
how
How I manage fluids in
critically ill adults
JOHN MARINI
SIMON ERICKSON,
LEE JAN HAU
ANDERS PERNER
PLENARY 2
SABAH
Chairperson: Tang Swee Fong
Redefining ALI/ARDS in children
SIMON ERICKSON
0945 – 1030
PLENARY 3
SABAH
Chairperson: Tang Swee Fong
Outcomes after intensive care – How well are we doing?
HANS FLAATTEN
1030 – 1100
T EA / T RA D E E X H I BI TI O N
1100 – 1240
SYMPOSIUM 7
SYMPOSIUM 8
SYMPOSIUM 9
Haemodynamics/Sepsis
Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation
Paediatrics II
SABAH
Chairpersons:
Kamal Bashar,
Muhammad Zihni
1100 – 1125
PROCESS, ARISE,
PROMISE – Now what
do we do?
SARAWAK
Chairperson:
Premela Naidu Sitaram
KEDAH/SELANGOR
Chairperson:
Gan Chin Seng
Controversies in post
resuscitation care
CRRT prescription
in paediatric AKI
PETER MORLEY
CHOR YEK KEE
Updates on drugs
in resuscitation
Recipe for optimal
nutrition in the critically
ill child
BRENDAN SMITH
1125 – 1150
Revisiting lactate
in sepsis and
haemodynamics
NOR’AZIM MOHD YUNOS
1150– 1215
Formulating a
haemodynamic
management plan
SEE KAY CHOONG
1215 – 1240
Advanced
haemodynamic tools
– Using them too
little or too often
WAN NASRUDIN
WAN ISMAIL
LEE JAN HAU
Family presence during
CPR
Weaning and extubation
– How best to do it
ISMAIL TAN MOHD
ALI TAN
MAZNISAH MAHMOOD
Prognostication before,
during and after
resuscitation
What is optimal sedation
in paediatrics?
PETER MORLEY
ANDERS PERNER
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SIMON ERICKSON
DAILY PROGRAMME
[CONTINUED]
24 TH SEPTEMBER 2016, SATURDAY
1300 – 1430
L unch Sat e lli t e S y m p o si u m (Hospira)
SABAH
Of ficial P o st e r Ro u n d
SABAH
1430 – 1610
1455 – 1520
SYMPOSIUM 12
Neurology
Intensive Care For
Nurses II
Ethics/End-Of-Life
Chairperson:
Zainah Mohamed
1545 – 1610
Chairperson:
Shanti Rudra Deva
The brain controls
peripheral immunity –
Impact for clinicians
Nurses’ role in
preventing unplanned
extubation
Opportunities and
threats in collaboration
with industry
DIDIER PAYEN
HASIMAH ZAINOL
ANDERS PERNER
Managing delirium –
The best way forward
to clarity
Updates on postresuscitation care
Legal status and ethical
considerations for
end-of-life in India
AIDA NANI DON RAHIM
TIMOTHY WALSH
1520 – 1545
KEDAH/SELANGOR
SYMPOSIUM 11
Chairpersons:
Ismail Tan,
Muhammad Zihni
1430 – 1455
SARAWAK
SYMPOSIUM 10
FARHAD KAPADIA
What’s new in critical
illness neuromyopathy
Keeping the patient
normothermic
Intensive care in the very
old
FOONG KIT WENG
ADAWIYAH A BAKAR
HANS FLAATTEN
Acute brain vessel
thrombectomy – When,
why and how
Key points in blood and
blood product
transfusion practices
DIDIER PAYEN
SITI ROHAYAH SULAIMAN
When patients or
family requests for
inappropriate medical
treatment
RICHARD LIM BOON LEONG
1610 – 1630 T EA / T RA D E E X H I BI TI O N
1630
AGM of the Malaysian Society of Intensive CareKEDAH/SELANGOR
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DAILY PROGRAMME
25 TH SEPTEMBER 2016, SUNDAY
PENANG
0800 – 0900
0900 – 0945
PAHANG
LET’S ASK THE EXPERT 4
LET’S ASK THE EXPERT 5
Moderator: Mahazir Kassim
Moderator: Lim Yee Woon
How I manage ventilator dyssynchrony
Dealing with end-of-life care decisions
YOUNSUCK KOH
TAI LI LING
PLENARY 4
SABAH
Chairperson: V Kathiresan
Sepsis: Three phases crucial for clinicians to consider
DIDIER PAYEN
0945 – 1030
PLENARY 5
SABAH
Chairperson: V Kathiresan
Heart-lung interactions during mechanical ventilation
JOHN MARINI
1030 – 1100
T EA / T RA D E E X H I BI TI O N
1100 – 1240
SYMPOSIUM 13
SYMPOSIUM 14
ICU Nuggets
Infections
Chairperson: Shanthi Ratnam
Chairperson: Noor Airini Ibrahim
Anaemia in the ICU – Is there an
alternative to using blood transfusion?
Diagnosing infections in a burns
patient
TIMOTHY WALSH
HANS FLAATTEN
Post extubation dysphagia
Viral threat in respiratory failure
SEE KAY CHOONG
YOUNSUCK KOH
Ten pitfalls of intensive care
Management of candidiasis in the ICU
FARHAD KAPADIA
AZMIN HUDA ABDUL RAHIM
Transfusion triggers – A moving target.
When, who and how much?
ICU antibiotic usage – Be the good
steward
TIMOTHY WALSH
LIM CHEW HAR
SABAH
1100 – 1125
1125 – 1150
1150 – 1215
1215 – 1240
1240 – 1400
L UNC H
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KEDAH/SELANGOR
CONGRESS INFORMATION
C O N G R E S S S E C R E TA R I AT
ASMIC 2016
G-1 Medical Academies of Malaysia, 210 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : (603) 4023 4700, 4025 4700, 4025 3700 Fax : (603) 4023 8100
Email : [email protected] Website : www.msic.org.my
PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS
The Pre-Congress Workshops on Critical Care Nutrition: Lets Give It Due Attention,
Haemodynamic Monitoring, and Mechanical Ventilation For Nurses, will be held on
22nd September 2016, Thursday. These workshops will cater for a limited number of participants.
R E G I S T R AT I O N F E E S
Category
Member of MSIC
*Non-Member of MSIC – Doctor
*Allied Health Professional
On or Before From 1st July 2016 to
30th June 2016 15th September 2016
RM 700
RM 800
RM 795
RM 901
RM 742
RM 848
On-Site
RM 950
RM 1,007
RM 954
*The above rates are inclusive of the 6% GST.
*Pre-Congress Workshops (22nd September 2016, Thursday)
1. Critical Care Nutrition: Lets Give It Due Attention
2. Haemodynamic Monitoring
3. Mechanical Ventilation For Nurses
RM 265
RM 265
RM 159
*Let’s Ask The Experts (Concurrent sessions, please choose one only for each day)
(Limit to 30 participants. Only registrants are eligible to register for these sessions.)
24th September 2016, Saturday
1. How I Manage The Difficult-To-Ventilate Patients
2. Fluids In The Critically Ill Child – When, Why And How
3. How I Manage Fluids In Critically Ill Adults
25th September 2016, Sunday
4. How I Manage Ventilator Dyssynchrony
5. Dealing With End-Of-Life Care Decisions
*The above rates are inclusive of the 6% GST.
For online registration and payment, please log-on to www.msic.org.my
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RM 53
RM 53
CONGRESS INFORMATION
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PAY M E N T
1. Payment by cheque is to be issued in favour of the “Malaysian Society of Intensive Care”.
2. Payment can be made via telegraphic transfer to:
Account name
Account number
Name of bank
Branch
Swift code
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Malaysian Society of Intensive Care
873-1-5662806-4
Standard Chartered Bank Berhad
Jalan Ipoh Branch, Kuala Lumpur
SCBLMYKXXXX
(Please return the remittance advise note along with the Registration Form either by fax or mail.
Document image by email is also acceptable.)
H O S P I TA L - S P O N S O R E D D E L E G AT E S
Please submit LPO with Registration Form. Otherwise, a letter of undertaking from the hospital is
required.
C A N C E L L AT I O N A N D R E F U N D P O L I C Y
The conference secretariat must be notified in writing of all cancellations.
Refund will be made after the conference as follows:
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Cancellation before 15 August 2016 : 50% refund
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Cancellation from 15 August 2016 : No refund
C O N G R E S S V E N U E A N D H O T E L A C C O M M O D AT I O N
SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR
11, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : (603) 2026 8488 Fax : (603) 2032 1245 Email : [email protected]
Attention : Reservation Department, Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Room Category
Executive Room
Horizon Executive Room
Daily Room Rates
Single Occupancy
Double Occupancy
RM 490.00 ++
RM 540.00 ++
RM 680.00 ++
RM 730.00 ++
The room rates quoted above are:
• In Ringgit Malaysia and are subject to ten percent (10%) service charge and six percent (6%) GST
(Goods & Services Tax) thereon.
• Inclusive of daily breakfast and Hotel Wifi (100 mbps) internet access.
• Applicable for stays of three (3) days prior to event and three (3) days after the event dates.
Please book your hotel accommodation directly with the hotel ON OR BEFORE 1ST SEPTEMBER 2016.
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CONGRESS INFORMATION
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C E R T I F I C AT E O F PA R T I C I PAT I O N
Certificate of Participation will be issued to all delegates.
LIABILITY
The Organising Committee will not be liable for the personal accidents, loss or damage to private
properties of delegates during the Conference. Participants should make their own arrangements
with respect to personal insurance.
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
ASMIC 2016 welcomes the submission of abstracts for consideration as Oral or Poster Presentations.
The closing date for submission is 1ST AUGUST 2016.
DISCLAIMER
Whilst every attempt would be made to ensure that all aspects of the Conference as mentioned in this publication
will take place as scheduled, the Organising Committee reserves the right to make changes should the need arise.
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FREE COMMUNICATIONS
The Organising Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts for both Oral and Poster
Presentations.
The following awards will be given:
1. ASMIC Award comprising a certificate and cash prize of RM 1,000 for the Best Oral Presentation.
2. Best Poster Award comprising a certificate and cash prize of RM 300. Authors whose abstracts
are not short-listed for the ASMIC Award can opt for the poster presentation.
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DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS : 1
AUGUST 2016
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
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Papers to be submitted must be on intensive care related topics.
No limit is imposed on the number of abstracts submitted by individuals.
Abstracts are to be submitted in English only.
Abstracts will only be accepted after payment of registration fees. If the abstract is subsequently
not accepted for presentation, the registration fee will be refunded if cancellation is requested.
• Scheduling details and guidelines for the final preparation of accepted presentations will be
included with the notification of acceptance.
• The final selection will be decided by the Organising Committee.
W H E R E A P P R O P R I AT E , T H E A B S T R A C T S S H O U L D C O N TA I N T H E F O L L O W I N G
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Statement on the objectives of the study.
Description of the methods used.
Summary of the results obtained
Statement on the conclusions reached.
A B S T R A C T P R E PA R AT I O N A N D S U B M I S S I O N
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Abstract can only be submitted via the online submission system.
Abstract should be formatted using the template in the website.
Abstract must not be more than 300 words [inclusive of title and author(s) name].
Title must be in bold capital letters at the top of the abstract.
A maximum of 5 authors can be listed under author(s) name and institution.
Presenting author’s name must be underlined.
Full instructions for submission of abstract is available on the website at www.msic.org.my
Graphs, tables and illustrations cannot be included in the abstract.
IMPORTANT: Please submit abstracts to www.msic.org.my
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