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The Australian, Malaysian and British governments are supporting a free-to-attend healthcare conference in Penang, Malaysia on 29-30 November 2017. With the healthcare sector flourishing in Asia due to technological advances and a rising population, the conference will address ways to work collaboratively to optimise the ever-changing industry.
Optimising the healthcare sector in Asia is a joint event hosted by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing and OET (Occupational English Test). The event will bring together speakers and delegates from leading organisations around the world and will discuss current trends, from undergraduate and graduate admissions to the employment sector.
The conference, which is still open for registration, recently announced that the Chief Minister of Penang, the Minister for Tourism Development and Culture, and the Penang State and Deputy British High Commissioner to Malaysia will be attending the conference. As well as these distinguished colleagues and speakers, leading experts from across the healthcare sector will be at the conference.
Amy Unchern, Stakeholder Relations and Recognition Manager for Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing said: “By bringing together these leaders in the healthcare sector, we will be able to discuss current issues and trends, as well as plans for the future. Our programme of distinguished speakers supports this aim and will address important topics such as transparency in the selection process and communication-centred care.”
Across the two days, the conference will focus on a range of different themes that span from admissions to employment and beyond. A brilliant array of speakers will be sharing their insights. They include:
Registration for this thought-provoking conference on 29-30 November is still open.