Prof Dr Mohd Yazid Jalaludin

41st MPA Annual Congress 2019

The Malaysian Paediatric Association is honoured to co-host the 15th AOCCN which will explore the many complex challenges of child neurology during the 41st Malaysian Paediatric Association Annual Congress 2019. Dr Mohd Yazid Jalaludin, President, Malaysian Paediatric Association, shares some highlights of the congress.

MPA 40th Anniversary

We have reached 40 years of growth and achievement! Times might have changed but not our passion. We take a look back at our legacy and how it has shaped our profession and its future. We have reached 40 years of growth and achievement! Times might have changed but not our passion. We take a…

40th MPA Annual Congress

 Missed the 40th MPA Annual Congress earlier this month? Catch a few opening clips from the event, including the officiation by HRH Raja Permaisuri of Perak, Tuanku Zara Salim and Health Minister, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad. Missed the 40th MPA Annual Congress earlier this month? Catch a few opening clips from the event, including the…

We need to protect the children

IT was with great sadness that we learnt of the passing of five-month-old Adam Rayqal Mohd Sufi as a result of traumatic brain injuries. Our condolences to his grieving family. As paediatricians, we would like to remind Malaysians that injuries are an important preventable cause of death among children. Studies published more than two decades…

Support for Breastfeeding from The International Pediatric Association World Breastfeeding Week August 2018

WBFW – Social Media Tool Kit Use the sample tweets and post given in the attached IPA social media toolkit. Don’t forget to tag us @IPAWorldorg and hashtag: #IPASupportsBreastfeeding  Acknowledging the 2018 World Breastfeeding Week, the International Pediatric Association (IPA) reinforces its commitment to promote breastfeeding by all women from all countries and socio-…

The Plight Of Our Orang Asli Children

 The mortality rate of Orang Asli children below the age of five is five times the national average. This means that for every one Malay, Chinese, Indian, Iban or Kadazan child who dies, five Orang Asli children will die. Dato’ Dr Amar-Singh shares some alarming facts about the plight of our Orang Asli children…