Friday 19th February 1999 Saturday 20th February 1999 Sunday 21st February 1999
Time (hrs.) Topic Speaker Topic Speaker Topic Speaker
08 00 - 09 00 Registration P3 : The role of doctors in the society : 

An Islamic perspective

A/Prof. Abd.Rashid Abd. Rahman

& Prof. Mansour Al-Nuzha

08 00 - 0930

P7 : Essential elements in the training of a Muslim doctor :

a. Knowledge & skills

b. Character building

 

 

Prof. Yurnalis Uddin

Prof. Tahir Azhar

09 00 - 10 00  P1 : Medicine of the Prophet - Tibb Nabawi Prof. Omar Hassan Kasule 

&

Prof. Shakir

09 00 - 10 30

Opening Ceremony

09 30 - 11 30

S4 : Bridging the gap between idealism and reality : the challenges ahead

Prof. Syed Hassan

Prof. Anwar Kamran

Prof. Shakir

Prof. Mohammad Al-Rawas

10 00 - 10 30  Tea - break 10 30 - 11 00

Tea - break

11 30 - 11 45

Closing Ceremony &

Photography Session

10 30 - 11 30  S 1 : Altruistic practices of Muslim physicians of the past - 

Ibn Sina (physician)

Az Zahrawi (surgeon)

Ibn AnNafis (physiologist)

 

Prof. Mansour Al Nuzha

Prof. Shakir

Prof. Mohammad Al Rawas

11 00 - 12 00

P4 : Training of a Doctor :

Lessons from the Islamic tradition

Prof. Mansour Al-Nuzha  11 45 - 12 45 High Tea
11 30 -12 15  P2 : An insight into the Islamic code of medical practice. A.Prof Mohd. Hatta 12 00 - 13 00

P5 : Missing links in the contemporary medical curriculum

Prof. Anwar Kamran
12 15 - 14 30  Friday prayers and lunch 13 00 - 14 30

Zohor prayers and lunch

14 30 - 16 30 S2 : PPIM PRESIDENTIAL SYMPOSIUM 

Challenges for the Muslim Medical Practitioners:

  1. Nursing 
  2. General practice 
  3. Public health
Telehealth 
 

 

 

 

Dr. Ishak Mas’ud

Dr. Harrison

Dr. Md. Hishamuddin

14 30 - 15 15

P6 : Medical Education :

A Christian Model

 

A/Prof. Zabidi Azhar

15 15 - 16 45

S3 : Islamic Medical Education:

Indonesian experience

Pakistani Experience

Jordanian experience

Malaysian experience

 

Prof Yurnalis Uddin

Prof. Anwar Kamran

Prof. Shakir

Prof Tahir Azhar