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BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013
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Minister of Health Malaysia
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SABAH Dr Norma bt. Abd. Jalil
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ASIA PACIFIC DENTAL CONGRESS 2013
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  1. 1. 1 Bulletin MINISTRY OF HEALTH MALAYSIA
  2. 2. W BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 So, no matter where you are stationed, do put pen to paper and give us your feedback. We look forward to hearing from you. E WELCOME features and feedback from readers, which may be edited for purposes of clarity and space. Please submit articles in soft copies. Photos should be furnished with captions and preferably be in digital format (tiff, jpeg, psd, png) for further enhancement or editing if necessary. EDITORIAL BOARD Advisor Dr Khairiyah bt Abd.Muttalib Editors Dr N.Jegarajan Dr Sharol Lail bin Sujak Dr Mustaffa bin Jaapar Dr Hazrizul Azam Zama’at Editorial Coordinators Matron Fatimah bt Rahman Matron Farizah bt Arshad Oral Health Division Ministry of Health Malaysia Level 5, Block E10, Parcel E Precint 1, Federal Government Administrative Centre 62590 Putrajaya Telephone: 03-8883 4215 / 4216 Fax: 03-8888 6133 Website: http://ohd.moh.gov.my INSIDE THIS ISSUEINSIDE THIS ISSUE Editorial Board and Notes 2 Message from The Principal Director 3 Newsworthy Events, Happenings ... 4, 5 APDC , MDTC 6, 7 Thumbnails & Fingernails, Photos 8, 9 Oral Health Times / TOT 10,11 C.P.D / Bengkel / Seminar 12,13 1MFC 14 Latest Developments 15 National Innovation Awards 16 2 Notes From the Editorial Board The Editorial Board From left : Dr Mustaffa b. Jaapar, Dr N.Jegararajan, Dr Khairiyah bt Abd. Muttalib, Dr Sharol Lail b. Sujak, Pn.Fatimah bt Rahman & Pn.Farizah bt Arshad (not in the picture: Dr Hazrizul Azam) Dear Readers, e are back with the latest issue of Bulletin OHD to keep all abreast of the latest happenings in the services. Disseminating correct and current information on events of relevance to our far flung members is vital to sustain our bonds as the oral health family. A quote from our Hon. PM during the 11th MAPPA, ―Whether we like it or not, civil servants must think out of the box. I do not want a culture of automation to become the lifestyle of the civil service. We must practice critical and constructive thinking by generating beyond the ordinary, creative and innovative solutions‖. As we saw during the recent Anugerah Inovasi KKM 2013 in Melaka for which the Oral Health Division is secretariat, our dental staff do not lack brilliant ideas and innovative and creative solutions. Some are major modifications, others minor adjustments but all add significant value to the impact and quality of services provided to patients. Our staff have been very active throughout the years generating award winning innovations. The challenge now is to gather all these innovations, index them, and get them standardized and extended to all our states, and even market some of them. In line with the government‘s emphasis on transformation, we have to alter our primary preoccupation with input and activities towards a focus on the benefits and outcomes of these activities. The continuing confidence of stakeholders in our services rests on our ability to produce results from the services we render, basically value creation and transfer of that value to not only meet our patients‘ changing needs, but satisfy them as well. Finally, always practise our 4 I‘s – Innovation, Inspiration, Integrity and Initiative and as our DG puts it, servant leadership as we are here to serve the rakyat. Have a great read and see all of you till the next issue………..
  3. 3. 3 H BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 3 Dr. Khairiyah bte Abd. Muttalib Message from Principal Director of Oral Health Ministry of Health Malaysia ow time flies. We have passed the GE 13 and we now have a new line-up of leaders at the helm of the Ministry. On behalf of the Oral Health Program of the Ministry, I extend a warm welcome to our new Honourable Minister of Health YB Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam, our new Honourable Deputy Minister of Health YB Dato Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya, our new Secretary General, YBhg. Datuk Farida Mohd Ali and our new Director General of Health, YBhg. Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. In addition, we welcome our new Deputy Director General of Health (Medical) Datuk Dr Jeyaindran Tan Sri Dr Sinnadurai and most recently our new Deputy Secretary General (Management) YBhg. Datuk Hasnah Haji Saleh. The Oral Health Program has always strived as one big family, sharing common values and goals. I thank each and everyone for your contributions in 2012, the year I took office, and I thank everyone, too, for renewed commitments early 2013. The 35th Asia Pacific Dental Congress was successfully hosted by Malaysia from 8-12 May 2013 and the Division was a major player, sponsoring 1,287 personnel to attend this prestigious event. The first-ever Malaysian Dental Therapists‘ Conference was also held on 5-7 April with a big turn-out of 630 delegates, including participants from Thailand and Singapore. These premier events and other training programmes are much welcomed, in keeping with the emphasis on continuing capacity building of our human capital to keep pace with the rapidly evolving field of dentistry. The OHD has been working tirelessly on many fronts. After engaging the dental fraternity and other stakeholders in 2012, we hope to table the Dental Bill in Parliament at the end of this year. Welfare and morale of staff is also a prime consideration. The proposal for enhancement of the DSA scheme from U17 to U19 has been taken up by the ministry. The Program concurrently works for a better career pathway for DSAs to enhance the training structure from certificate to diploma level. The program also looks for enhanced career pathways for Dental Nurses (DN) and Technologists (DT) to make available degree courses. A group of 23 DNs and 11 DTs were offered U41 positions as tutors at the Dental Training College, Penang, while at the same time having to successfully pursue a degree program. The First-Year Dental Officers‘ (FYDO) programme was revised to suit present capacity and needs, the primary aim to nurture proficiency, competence and confidence among new graduates. The gazettement guidelines and processes for professional recognition of Dental Public Health Specialists have been approved by the DG of Health. In addition, 2012 and early 2013 heralded the challenge of moving into training on Outcome-Based-Budgeting (OBB). To increase width and depth of services to a more demanding educated clientele in the face of resource constraints, remains a perennial challenge. The program cannot escape the need for infrastructure and equipment, the lack of which do not enhance service delivery in spite of increasing dental officers. We must also look hard at human resource projections with the ever-increasing local graduate output. Lack of DSAs now becomes a colossal problem pressing us to seek multi-pronged strategies to address this mismatch. Rapid development of Urban and Rural Transformation Centres have stretched our resources. The program now considers flexi hours and extended hours as well as mobile services to serve areas with high demand and high burden of oral diseases. In these challenging times of need, collaboration and multi-sectoral partnerships is key to reducing the burden of the public sector. The reality of real time information and the younger generation‘s reliance on social media requires us to fathom these new media to disseminate health messages and make visible our efforts. The OHD has embarked vigorously on this effort but the crucial need for speed of information is still of the essence. The above are just a few of the challenges that we face. I urge all personnel to not lose sight of our Key Performance Indicators and oral health goals in our National Oral Health Plan 2011 -2020 for the benefit of the Rakyat. To them, we owe our existence, and we seek to serve. I thank the members of the editorial board for their efforts in putting together this issue of the Bulletin. God Bless. Syukur kehadrat Ilahi kerana dengan Izin dan Inayah-Nya dapat kita bersua lagi dalam Buletin Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian Bil 1 Tahun 2013. Greetings from the Oral Health Division!! ASSALAMUALAIKUM and Salam Sejahtera……..
  4. 4. BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 CCOONNGGRRAATTUULLAATTIIOONNSS !! Minister of Health Malaysia Secretary General Ministry of Health Malaysia Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia NEWSWORTHY EVENTSNEWSWORTHY EVENTS HAPPENINGS ANNOUNCEMENT MILESTONESHAPPENINGS ANNOUNCEMENT MILESTONES Deputy Secretary General(Mgmt) Ministry of Health Malaysia Deputy Director General of Health (Medical) Ministry of Health Malaysia Director General of Health Ministry of Health Malaysia 4
  5. 5. 5 BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 STATE NAME SABAH Dr Norma bt. Abd. Jalil Dental Specialists promoted to KHAS C Effective 26 April 2013 NO NAME GRADE EFFECTIVE DATE 1 Cik Nur Syhida Bt Hamzah N17 09/01/2013 2 Encik Raymond Anak Renges N17 10/01/2013 3 Dr Raja Noor Shazleen bt Raja Dzulkeffli U48 04/02/2013 4 Dr Siti Kamilah Bt Kassim U48 04/02/2013 5 Dr Sharol Lail Bin Sujak U54 01/03/2013 6 Dr Hazrizul Azam Bin Zama’at U44 01/06/2013 7 Dr Salleh Bin Zakaria U54 17/06/2013 NEWSWORTHY EVENTSNEWSWORTHY EVENTS HAPPENINGS ANNOUNCEMENT MILESTONESHAPPENINGS ANNOUNCEMENT MILESTONES Dental Specialists promoted to KHAS A Effective 26 April 2013 NO NAME LATEST PLACEMENT EFFECTIVE DATE 1 Dr Doreyat Bin Jemun (U54) TPKN(G) N.Sembilan 01/03/2013 2 Dr Azizah Bt Mat (U54) KP Salak TInggi 04/03/2013 3 Puan Fazida Bt Buyong (JP U32) KLPM 15/04/2013 4 Puan Nur Nailah Bt Zahari (N17) Bahagian Perkhidmatan Kejuruteraan 09/01/2013 5 Encik Mohamad Hakim B Saman (N17) Cawangan Audit Dalam 09/01/2013 6 Puan Mastura Bt Mohd. Amin (W17) Bahagian Pemakanan 15/07/2013 “Dreaming of the person you want to be is wasting the person you already are…..” -Kurt Cobain STATE NAME KEDAH Dr Sabariah bt Abdullah PERAK Dr Arjunan a/l Muthusamy Dr Ferdinand Jesudian Kovil Pillai Dr Yuen Kar Munn Datin Dr Indra a/p P Nachiappan SELANGOR Dr Noorliza bt. Ibrahim Dr Kok Tuck Choon Dr Chia Yang Soon Dr Surguna Devi a/p R.S. Muniandy Dr Bahruddin bin Saripuddin Dr Ravindran a/l Murugesan Dr Syed Iqbal bin Syed Husman Dr Sa’adiah bt Yusof WPKL Dr Lau Shin Hin Dr Shamsul Anuar bin Ahmad N.SEMBILAN Dr Uma a/p Subramaniam Dr Sutinah bt Kohir MELAKA Dr Sa’adah bt Atan JOHOR Dr Jamilah bt Omar PAHANG Dr Lim Lay Yong Dr Vincent Celestine a/l Jesu KELANTAN Dr Siti Salwani bt Ahmad Zabidi SARAWAK Dr Nurshaline Pauline bt Hj. Kipli SABAH Dr George Boey Teik Foo 5
  6. 6. I ASIA PACIFIC DENTAL CONGRESS 2013 8—12 May 2013 KLCC CONVENTION CENTRE, KL 35th BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 t was a great honour for Malaysia to host the biggest dental conference in the Asia Pacific region this year. The congress was officially opened by YBhg. Dato‘ Dr Maimunah binti A. Hamid, Deputy Director General (Research and Technical Support) representing the Director-General of Health. The theme was ‗Synergizing Practice Excellence with Modern Technological Advances‘. More than 6,084 local and foreign delegates (including exhibitors) were present, of which 1,287 were from the Ministry of Health Malaysia (1006 Dental Officers, 77 Dental Nurses, 77 Dental Technologists and 127 Dental Surgery Assistants). The convention offered an impressive scientific programme of lectures by eminent speakers from various countries, symposiums, hands-on workshops and oral as well as poster presentations. A concurrent dental trade exhibition which attracted a record 227 global industry exhibitors was also held. Dr Khairiyah binti Abd. Muttalib, Principal Director of Oral Health, MOH presented a plenary paper on the 10 May 2013 titled ‗Early Childhood Caries: From Policy to Practice‘. Eight papers touching on current issues in public oral health care and challenges in Malaysia were presented at the Dental Public Health Symposium by Officers of the Oral Health Division (OHD), MOH as well as Professor Dr Rosnah binti Mohd. Zain from University of Malaya. It is hoped that the latest evidence-based and best practice knowledge gained from this international forum will be shared with others and translated into practice. Wide participation by our officers in these events are in keeping with the emphasis on continuing human capital development to keep pace with the rapid advances in dentistry. “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe by: Dr Mustafa Jaapar The OHD was actively involved with the setting up of a booth displaying our latest DHE materials A huge turn out of more than 6,000 delegates The Principal Director presenting a plenary paper Cultural performance showcasing Malaysia‘s multi-cultural diversity enthralled delegates during the opening ceremony Dental Public Health Specialists from the OHD presenting their talks 6
  7. 7. 7 T Malaysian Dental Therapists’ Conference 5-7 April 2013 Berjaya Times Square, KL1st BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 he 1st Malaysian Dental Therapists‘ Conference was held successfully at Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur from 5-7 April 2013.It was the first such event of its kind in Malaysia and was organized by the Malaysian Dental Nurses‘ Association in collaboration with the Oral Health Division, Ministry of Health. The theme was ‗Future Trends and Challenges‘. The conference was opened by Dr Khairiyah Abd. Muttalib, Principal Director of Oral Health, MOH who also presented a key note address titled ―Dental Therapists : What of The Future?‖ There was a big turn–out of 630 delegates including from Singapore and Thailand. The Conference served as an excellent CPD platform in which delegates had the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive agenda presented by overseas and local speakers. There was also a workshop on Oro-facial Motor Therapy in Special Needs Children conducted by Dental Therapists from Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor Bahru. Various dental traders participated in the trade exhibition held concurrently allowing the delegates to update themselves on the latest products and materials in the market. By Matron Fatimah Rahman 7
  8. 8. THUMBNAILS & FINGERNAILSTHUMBNAILS FINGERNAILS BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Pameran sempena Help Campaign 2013 di Universiti MultiMedia, Cyberjaya pada 26—28 Mac 2013 Program Smart Kids 2013 yang disertai OHD di PWTC, KL pada 19—21 April 2013 telah disempurnakan oleh DYMM Raja Zarith Sofiah bt Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah Oral Health Month 2013 di Paradigm Mall, Kelana Jaya telah dirasmikan oleh Dr Khairiyah bt Abd. Muttalib, Pengarah Kanan Kesihatan Pergigian, KKM pada 27 Mac 2013 Pelancaran Coffee Table Book —A History of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Hospital Kuala Lumpur pada 04 Feb 2013 oleh Dr Khairiyah bt Abd. Muttalib, Pengarah Kanan Kesihatan Pergigian, KKM 8
  9. 9. 9 THUMBNAILSTHUMBNAILS & FINGERNAILSFINGERNAILS BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Lawatan YB Datuk Seri Dr S.Subramaniam,Menteri Kesihatan dan YB Dato‘ Seri Dr Hilmi B.Hj.Yahaya, Timbalan Menteri Kesihatan ke Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian, KKM pada 21 Mei 2013 Lawatan pelajar Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Kuantan ke Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian, KKM pada 31 Mei 2013 Lawatan pengajar dan pelajar Kolej MAHSA ke Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian, KKM pada 18 Jan 2013 Lawatan Y.Bhg Datuk Farida Mohd Ali, Ketua Setiausaha KKM ke BKP menyempurnakan Majlis Penyerahan Sijil Pelantikan Pengajar Pergigian (JP dan JT), Pusat Pergigian Kanak-Kanak dan Kolej Latihan Pergigian Malaysia pada 3 April 2013 9
  10. 10. TheStar31Macrh2013TheStar8June2013 BeritaHarian15Sept2013 BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 ORAL HEALTH TIMESTHE BEST PLACE FOR LOCAL DENTAL NEWS NewStraisTimes21May2013 HarianMetro8Julai2013NewStraitsTimes10June2013 10
  11. 11. 11 BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Workshop for Fluoride Enamel Opacities Study in Collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) T Prof Helen Whelton examining one of the student subjects involved in the calibration workshop Participants were trained ‗hands on‘ to reach examiner agreement A total of 208 school children ( with prior consent of parents ) co-operated as examination subjects Participants of the workshop with Professor Helen Whelton and facilitators from the OHD Dr Khairiyah Abd. Muttalib, Principal Director of the Oral Health Division, presenting a souvenir to Prof Helen Whelton By Dr Mustaffa Jaapar he Oral Health Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) was awarded a grant of RM57,000 by the World Health Organization (WHO) to conduct a Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop on fluoride enamel opacities and Dean‘s Index. The Oral Health Division was privileged to have Professor Dr Helen Whelton, WHO Consultant and Director of The WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Health Services Research, National University of Ireland to conduct the training. The TOT was organized in Concorde Hotel, Shah Alam, Selangor and the Sekolah Menengah Section 9, Shah Alam (for daily intra oral examination, photography sessions and discussions ) from 24 February to 1 March 2013. A total of 25 Dental Officers participated in the work- shop which was officiated by Dr Khairiyah binti Abd. Muttalib, the Principal Director of Oral Health. The aim of the training was to identify and differentiate between fluoride and non-fluoride enamel opacities as well as skills training in taking intra oral pictures with satisfactory quality for record keeping. There was also web based discussions, standardization and calibration exercises as well as reflection & research protocol discussions. The training was to enable the conduct of a Fluoride Enamel Opacities National Survey involving 16 year-old school children in Malaysia this year. The survey is part of the continual monitoring as well as evaluation of oral health intervention programs carried out by the Oral Health Services with the objective of obtaining information on fluoride enamel opacities, caries status and oral health-related quality of life among 16 - year-old school children. By Dr Mustaffa Jaapar 11
  12. 12. BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Sesi Taklimat Kebakaran telah diadakan di Bilik Mesyuarat Utama, BKP, KKM pada 29 Mei 2013Latihan Kesedaran ISO BKP, KKM telah diadakan pada 09 Disember 2012 di Hotel Corus Paradise, Port Dickson C.P.D / BENGKEL / SEMINAR Kursus Training of Trainers : Standardization and Calibration of Examiners on Gingival Index for Schoolchildren telah diadakan di Hotel Royale Bintang, Seremban pada 17-20 Jun 2013 Seminar Persatuan Perubatan Islam Malaysia Dental Chapter ‘Memperkasakan Nilai Islam dalam Profesion Pergigian‘ telah dirasmikan oleh Dr Khairiyah bt Abd. Muttalib, Pengarah Kanan Kesihatan Pergigian, BKP, KKM pada 01 Jun 2013 di Residence Hotel UNITEN, Bangi Persidangan Saintifik dan Mesyuarat Agung Persatuan Pakar Pergigian Kesihatan Awam Ke 4 telah di- adakan pada 16-18 Mac 2013 di Pulau Pinang dan dirasmikan oleh Dr. Khairiyah bt Abd.Muttalib, Pengarah Kanan Kesihatan Pergigian, BKP, KKM 12
  13. 13. 13 BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Bengkel Akreditasi Kelayakan Sarjana Muda Pergigian pada 19-21 Mac 2013 di Swiss Garden Resort & Spa Kuantan telah dirasmikan oleh Pengarah Perkembangan Kesihatan Pergigian, Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian, KKM Kongres Saintifik Bersama FDI-MDA ke-20 di Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre, Petaling Jaya pada 12-13 Januari 2013 telah dirasmikan oleh Dr Khairiyah Abd. Muttalib, Pengarah Kanan Kesihatan Pergigian C.P.D / BENGKEL / SEMINAR Bengkel Facebook, Blog and YouTube telah diadakan di Hotel Regency, KL pada 21-23 Mei 2013 dan Majlis Penutupan telah disempurnakan oleh Dr N.Jegarajan, Pengarah Kawalan & Pengamalan Kesihatan Pergigian, BKP, KKM Bengkel Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Oral Health Clinical Information System yang telah diadakan pada 17 & 18 April 2013 di Bilik Mesyuarat, KK Bandar Maharani, Muar, Johor Bengkel Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) e-KL (Pergigian) yang telah diadakan pada 14 & 15 Mei 2013 di KP Cahaya Suria, WP Kuala Lumpur 13
  14. 14. BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Pada 8 Mac 2013 Perdana Menteri YAB Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak telah melancarkan Majlis 1Malaysia Family Care dibawah Strategi Lautan Biru Kebangsaan (NBOS 7) Majlis Pelancaran 1 Malaysia Family Care Di Politeknik Sultan Idris Shah, Sabak Bernam, Selangor Pengarah Kanan bersama TPKN(G) Selangor dan Pegawai-Pegawai Kanan Selangor di hadapan Klinik Pergigian Bergerak 1Malaysia YAB Perdana Menteri dan YB Mantan Menteri Kesihatan bersama peserta 1 Malaysia Family Care 14
  15. 15. 15 By En. Mohd Tohir Ibrahim 15BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 While the primary and secondary oral healthcare services of the Ministry of Health continues to be strengthened, the Oral Health Division with the state dental services and specialists at identified hospitals have been cohesively working to establish centres providing tertiary oral healthcare. These are: 1. Centre for Management of Oral Cancer and Jaw Tumours (Centre for Oral Oncology) Hospital Umum Sarawak, Kuching, Sarawak. Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah ,Kalng , Selangor. 2. Centre for Management of Maxillofacial Trauma Hospital Sungei Buloh, Selangor 3. Centre for Management of Oral and Maxillofacial Deformities Hospital Tuanku Jaafar, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan Hospital Selayang, Selangor Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kota Bharu, Kelantan The centre at Hospital Tuanku Jaafar conducts orthognathic surgery, while surgeries at the latter two centres are particularly for the correction of Cleft Lip and Palate. 4. Tertiary Referral Centre for Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Hospital Kuala Lumpur 5. Centre for Management of Special Needs Children Paediatric Institute in Kuala Lumpur These centres are ably led by the Senior Consultant Dental Specialist at the various hospitals. Patients at these centres are managed in a multidisciplinary fashion, involving other dental specialists, such as orthodontists, oral pathology and oral medicine specialists, periodontists, restorative dental specialists and the special needs dental specialists. Supporting staff also comprise important members of the team. Over the years, suitable state-of-the-art equipment have been procured befitting centres of such stature. In addition, advanced training to further develop the specialists‘ competencies and expertise as well as members of their team has been provided through funding for in-service and special interest training, mainly at centres abroad. It is hoped that with the establishment of such centres, Malaysians will have access to high quality specialized oral healthcare By Datin Dr. Nooral Ziela Junid CENTRES OF MANAGEMENT FOR ORAL HEALTH SPECIALIST REFERRALS BIL KLINIK PERGIGIAN JENIS 3 (CERMAI 2– LAMA) KLINIK PERGIGIAN JENIS 3 (TEJA– BARU) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. KEMUDAHAN OKU Tidak dilengkapi lif untuk kemudahan orang kelainan upaya. BILIK MENUNGGU Tiang penyokong menghalang pergerakan pesakit BILIK RAWATAN Susunatur dipisahkan kepada 2 bahagian iaitu 3 surgeri dan 2 surgeri. Semua surgeri mempunyai laluan belakang tanpa pintu. BILIK UTILITI KOTOR DAN STERILISASI Kedudukan dan ruang yang sempit mengganggu proses aliran kerja. BILIK X-RAY Operator berlindung di belakang lead screen semasa mengambil X-Ray pesakit. MAKMAL PERGIGIAN Susunatur mengganggu proses aliran kerja dan sempit Ruang penerimaan kes di kawasan Makmal Pergigian Kering (Dry area) Tong gas di dalam Makmal Pergigian. Kes makmal yang telah siap diproses ditempatkan di dalam pigeon hole dilokasi di belakang pintu masuk Makmal Pergigian. Dilengkapi lif untuk kemudahan orang kelainan upaya.(Tertakluk kepada kelulusan EPU) Tiang penyokong dialihkan Surgeri di tempatkan pada satu bahagian sahaja dan semua surgeri mempunyai laluan belakang tanpa pintu kecuali satu surgeri mempunyai pintu ke laluan belakang. Kedudukan bilik utiliti kotor dan bilik sterilisasi mengikut aliran kerja dan lebih luas bagi memenuhi keperluan penempatan peralatan. Operator mengambil X-Ray dari luar bilik X-Ray dengan pintu bilik X-Ray sebagai pelindung. Mesin X-Ray disenaraikan dalam senarai bekalan JKR. Susunatur makmal mengikut proses aliran kerja dan mengambil kira keperluan ruang untuk menempatkan peralatan makmal. Ruang Penerimaan kes di di kawasan Makmal Pergigian Basah (Wet area) Ruang khas untuk tong gas disediakan di bahagian luar Makmal Pergigian. Kes yang telah siap proses akan ditempatkan di dalam maxi bin yang dipasang bersebelahan pintu masuk Makmal Pergigian. CIRI-CIRI PENAMBAHBAIKAN REKABENTUK BARU KLINIK PERGIGIAN DI KLINIK KESIHATAN JENIS 3 PIAWAI (KK3 TEJA) A TOT workshop for Data Collection for Mobile Dental Clinics was organized by the Oral Health Health Division(OHD) from 19-21 March 2013 at Summit Hotel, Subang USJ, Selangor. The aim was to streamline data collection methods in lieu of the expanded scope of dental services such as community activities, National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) projects as well as to capture data of foreigners utilising public dental services. 56 staff from all over the country attended. Through the introduction of new formats, data involving community outreach programmes at clinic, state and national levels are to be collected and used for planning as well as decision making purposes. During the workshop, measures and suggestions for implementing the new reports were raised and recorded. Some of the participants shared their views on best practices and experiences in gathering data and helped to further improve the formats and guidelines. Heartfelt appreciation from the OHD goes to Dr Nurul Syakirin Abdul Syukor and Dr Khairol Niza Bt Ahmad MPH (Oral Health) students from the University of Malaya for developing the return formats and manuals. The OHD welcomes feedback and suggestions from staff to continually improve these formats. Kindly e-mail your suggestions to the Principal Director of Oral Health at ohd@moh.gov.my Training of Trainers(TOT) Workshop on Data Collection for Mobile Dental Clinics By Dr Mustaffa Jaapar Dr Noor Aliyah bt Ismail, Director of Oral Health Development, MOH handing over a momento to Dr Khairol Niza Issues and challenges were discussed during the panel session chaired by Dr Noor Aliyah bt Ismail Some of the participants of the workshop
  16. 16. T BULLETIN Oral Health Division MOH July 2013 Corina - Pejabat Kesihatan Pergigian Daerah Seberang Perai Selatan, Pulau Pinang Dental Impression Holder - Klinik Pergigian Lekir, Perak COLDePOL - Fendi - Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian,Jabatan Kesihatan WPKuala Lumpur & Putrajaya Lampu LED Jimat Tenaga - Pejabat Kesihatan Pergigian Daerah Hulu Selangor, Selangor Head Rest for Wheel Chair - Pejabat Pergigian Daerah Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan Zinc Oxide Eugenol Squeezer (ZOES) - Pejabat Pergigian Daerah Alor Gajah, Melaka Set-up Soldering Iron Kit - Klinik Pergigian Jalan Sultan Mahmud Kuala Terengganu Retraktor Mulut - Unit Periodontik, Klinik Pergigian Jalan Masjid, Kuching, Sarawak Handpiece Holder Spraying - Pejabat Pergigian Bahagian Limbang, Sarawak Modified Pedi-Wrap - Jabatan Pergigian Pediatrik, Institut Pediatrik Hospital Kuala Lumpur Zon Keluarga Sejahtera - Pejabat Pergigian Daerah Batu Pahat, Johor Portable Dental Spitoon - Bahagian Kesihatan Pergigian Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Perlis Sistem Informasi Patologi Mulut - Unit Stomatologi, Institut Penyelidikan Perubatan, Kuala Lumpur Presentation of certificates by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Health Officiating the event Second runner up under the product category project from the Periodontic Unit, Dental Clinic, Jln.Masjid, Kuching Presentation to the judges By Dr Zurina Abu Bakar National Innovation Awards, Ministry of Health 2013 Hang Tuah World Heritage Hotel, Melaka he Oral Health Division was again given the mandate to organise The National Level Innovation Awards, Ministry Of Health ( MOH) for 2013 which was held from the 2 – 4 of July in Melaka. Among the objectives of the competition were to inspire creativity and innovation among personnel in their daily tasks, give recognition to innovations produced and to improve services through adoption of these innovations. The event was officiated by Y.Bhg Datuk Farida Mohd Ali, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Health. This is the second year where the awards were divided into four categories under product, process, service and technology. A total of 51 innovation teams (27 product, 8 process, 8 service and 8 technology) from Divisions at MOH, Health Institutions and states competed for the awards.The distinguished panel of judges constituted a good mix of eminent personalities from the public and private sector. Winners of the awards received a certificate and an attractive cash prize of RM5,000,RM3,000 and RM2,000 for 1st,2nd and 3rd placings respectively. Among the 51 innovation project teams which competed, thirteen (more than 25%) were dental innovations highlighting the oral health services active involvement in striving to provide innovative services to our patients. Among the thirteen dental projects that participated were : Y.Bhg Datuk Farida Mohd. Ali, Secretary General of the Ministry of Health with the winning team under the product category 16

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