The Organisers

Academy for Men's Health

The Academy for Men’s Health is managed under the auspices of the Society for Men’s Health. As the field of men’s health is rapidly progressing with new modalities and treatment, the doctor on the ground will want to be updated on the latest developments. This is especially so in the age where men are living longer, and they are becoming increasingly concerned with issues of quality of life.

 

The academy aims to upgrade academic training and professional development to generalists and specialists who are interested in men’s health studies, making them confident in providing the latest and the best advice for men’s health.

 

Dean :  Professor Peter Lim Huat Chye

Vice Dean : Dr Lim Kok Bin 

The Malaysian Society of Andrology and the Study of the Aging Male

The Malaysian Society of Andrology and the Study of the Aging Male is a non-profit organisation. It was established in 1995 to improve public awareness and education in men's health. The society is actively involved in local and international research, publication, conferences and education in men's health.

Society for Men's Health Singapore

The Society for Men’s Health, Singapore (SMHS) was founded by Professor Peter Lim to provide an organisation to foster friendship, understanding and mutual encouragement on healthy ageing.

It hopes to create among the community and government an awareness of the special needs and solicit their cooperation and assistance for the betterment of the male population in Singapore. The challenge is to encourage preventive and other strategies for healthy positive ageing, “prevent the preventable and avoid the inevitable” – if you will!

 

For more information about SMHS, please visit www.menshealth-sg.com.

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Since its establishment on May 18, 1970, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) has not only fulfilled the vision of its founding fathers to accord Bahasa Melayu as the language of learning and scholarship but has also successfully produced intellectuals and scholars who are among the nation's pride. 

Starting out with only three faculties, it has since grown into 13 faculties, 13 research institutes of excellence and two commercial entities, UKM Holdings Sdn. Bhd. and UKM Technology Sdn. Bhd.

It has thus grown not just in size, but also stature, becoming a research institute in various fields of study including operating various research centres. Aware of the changes taking place in the academic landscape, UKM is taking steps to address them.

Singapore Urological Association

In 1980s, a group of surgeons with primarily urological practices met and founded the Singapore Urological Association. There were 12 full members and 6 associate members in the founding group of local and immigrant urologists.

 

The SUA's purpose was unselfish - to improve the practice of urology for the benefit of patients. The SUA presented its views to the Ministry of Health and the National University of Singapore. Unofficially, a Division of Urology was established within the University Department of Surgery at Singapore General Hospital, under the leadership of Associate Professor Foo Keong Tatt and it received official recognition on 01 March 1987.

 

For more information, please visit www.sua.sg

Thai Urological Association

Thai Urological Association (TUA) under the Royal Patronage was established in 1988. TUA aims to act as the representative body for Thai urologists to developed all its knowledge within all related sub-specialties in advance and establish the standards for training, research, and education of Urology in Thailand. For more information, please visit www.tuanet.org.

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