Thursday, March 26, 2015



Date : 11th - 13th August 2015 (Tuesday - Thursday)

Scientific Programs
Tentatively, the scientific program include plenary lectures, symposiums, discussions and posters presentation on all the major discipline of medical laboratory sciences.
Topics are subjected to change according to availability of speakers and to the committee’s discretion in order to ensure the success of the conference.

Trade Exhibition.
A trade exhibition will also be held in conjunction with the conference. Participants will gain information on new products and new biomedical / laboratory instruments in the local and worldwide market. A visit to the trade exhibition will offer informal knowledge that they could not get from formal lectures, and symposiums.

Exhibition info:
Mr.Teng Tian Sang – 019-342 8218

The institute invites submission for poster or oral presentations on all aspects of medical laboratory sciences that have not been published or presented.

Before or on 3rd July 2015.

1. Abstracts must be submitted in English.
2. Text should be typed single-spaced, containing at least 200 and not more than 300 words.
3. Abstract typed in Microsoft Words should be submitted to the Scientific Committee electronically at
4. Aim of Study, methods used and summary of result and conclusion should be stated. The name of the attending presenter should be in BOLD.

5.Successful presenters must confirm their participation by submitting the registration forms and appropriate fee by 11th July 2015. Unconfirmed or payment beyond the closing date will result in your abstract not being published.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015


Greetings from MIMLS

Malaysian Institute of Medical Laboratory Sciences (MIMLS) is an organisation for the medical laboratory science practitioners. MIMLS was formed from the merging of 3 associations from UM, IMR and UKM in 1992.

In preparation to the Allied Health Profession Act being passed in Parliament and becoming a law. MIMLS was tasked to publicise the AHP Act and the on-line registration using Allied Health Professionals Information System (AHPiS) to the medical laboratory staff.

The Act will be under the purview of Ministry of Health (MOH), which will regulate 23 types of Allied Health Professionals (AHP). The 23 professions are categorised under clinical, public health and laboratory professions.  The Act will require these AHPs to be registered for occupational licensing. This Act is to safeguard the general public from professional incompetence in the allied health professions.

MIMLS in collaboration with the Allied Health Science Division / Bahagian Sains Kesihatan Bersekutu(BSKB) of Ministry of Health is organising  AHP and AHPiS awareness roadshows. 
There will be a briefing on Allied Health Professions Bill organised by the MIMLS in collaboration with BSKB of MOH.

 The event will take place as below;

DATE     :               19 March 2015 (Thursday)

TIME      :               11.30am -2.00pm

VENUE  :               Clinical Auditorium, Aras 2
                               Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya
To attend, please complete the Application Form and return to before 13th March 2015.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

The briefing on the Allied Health Professional BIll (Rang Undang-Undang Profesional Kesihatan Bersekutu) held on 14th February 2015 (Saturday) was concluded successfully. Considering the Chinese New Year is just around the corner, 64 participants from various categories of lab professionals indicated their keen interest and projected the importance of the subject.

The participants are expected to disseminate this very important info to their colleagues so they are aware of this upcoming act and it's impact to their profession. The awareness of the pre-registration process before the AHP Bill is gazetted as an act to regulate 23 Allied Health Professionals is also of utmost importance.

To assist, we have upload the step by step instruction on the pre-registration of AHP Professionals using the AHPiS.
The system works on Mozilla Firefox but not so well with Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.

You can also download the instructions on AHPiS and the Allied Health Professionals Bill. Please scroll below to download.

 Download AHP Bill

 Download AHPiS

 or download from MIMLS Website