You may download it from the links below:
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Friday, September 2, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
- Davidson's --> RM65
- Kumar & Clark --> RM93
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine --> RM79
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties --> RM70
- Davidson's handbook --> RM40
- Bailey and Love Surgery --> RM170
- Burkitt's Essentail Surgery (problems, diagnosis and management) --> RM110
- Browse's (symptoms and signs of surgical disease) --> RM70
- Davidson's --> RM99
- Kumar & Clark --> RM99
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine --> RM55
- Davidson's handbook --> RM75
- Bailey and Love Surgery --> RM155
- Burkitt's Essentail Surgery (problems, diagnosis and management) -->RM95
- Browse's (symptoms and signs of surgical disease) --> RM50
So the books that are in BOLD are the cheaper ones (compared to the other place)... But I personally prefer books from EMO bcs i have VERY BAD experiences buying from Kamal (books worn out very fast). Anyone else has met with similar problems?? Anyways u guys can think abt it and I will probably collect money and place down orders first day in seremban!
Don't know which to choose? basically seniors would recommend to get:
- Kumar&Clark or Davidson's (this will be our go to book for the whole internal med rotation whn we need to read up on something)
- OHCM or Davidson's handbook (for quick reference during ward rounds! u won't go wrong getting OHCM but we got a very good deal for the Davidson's handbook n its a really good book as well!)
- Bailey's is recommended for surgery rounds (famous surgical book, wont go wrong getting it!). No 6&7 was recommended by Henry from EMO (he says a lot of seniors come to get those books as well).
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Dear students of IMU,
As per your requests, the SRC and the Library dept. are glad to inform you that with effective from ‘2011 the IMU Library Collaborative Study Area (CSA) will be open till 12:00 a.m. on weekdays.
However, we still have to cross a few bumps before we can make it permanent. Yes, everyone, it’s still temporary and on a TRIAL period till the ‘2011. If we are able to follow the criteria given to us by the Library dept. till the end of the trial period, then of course the library CSA will continue to be open till 12:00 a.m.
The criteria are as listed below:
1) All books are to be returned by
2) No borrowing of books after 10 pm
3) No books or MMS models should be misplaced or damaged during the trial period
4) A minimum of 20 students on average should be present in the CSA.
5) Last but not least, the most important issue:
Students should walk safely while walking back to Vista or their cars after 12:00 am
and should not get mugged on the way during the trial period.
If any of these 5 Criteria are breached or not fulfilled (especially the last 3), then the whole thing is KAPUT!! In other words, library CSA will only be open till 10 p.m., we will never be given a chance to increase library operation hours in the future ever again.
Furthermore, the QSA and MMS section will be closed after . and only 2 part-time student librarians and a security guard will be overseeing the library till midnight after 10 p.m. The Reserve Collection Area will be out of bounds during the time 10 – 12 also.
So, students of IMU, the SRC has once again listened to your concerns and have acted upon them. This time, it is up to you to keep this newly granted opportunity and to not mess it up in anyway, if you would like the library CSA to be open till 12:00 a.m. on weekdays.
Also I would like to stress on the importance on student safety once they leave the library at midnight, since that is the main reason the library dept. is concerned about. Please try to travel in packs or groups. Guys I need not remind you, now’s the chance to jump in and walk those pretty ladies off to safety :P.
Anyways, thank you for your support extended to us in this matter and with your help I believe that in the near future we can make more exceptional changes to the library to benefit your needs. Your SRC president, Simran Singh will be visiting most of the batches to announce more details regarding this matter.
Thank you and have a great time everyone!
Monday, July 18, 2011
It was a hard decision to come to, trust me. The thought was in my mind since the end of semester 4, but I decided to hang on for the final semester for pre-clinical as things were starting to get really busy with Convo Mag, Mock PMS Matching, etc. I felt that it would be wrong to just leave in the midst of so many things going on and knowing probably no one would want the job seeing it is semester 5 and all. :P So, what finally brought me to do it was because this halfway mark through medical school helped me come to the realization that I do want to move on from this job and try something different. It has been my utmost pleasure to be able to serve every one of you but quite honestly i'm very tired from the job. It seems to be quite easy from the outside to many, but there are many things behind the scenes faced that fails to ever see light. I think that I have tried my very best to do what I was supposed to do and came to the conclusion it is time to let others have this chance to grow from such an experience as I have grown from it. It was very tough to let go, but I hope being batch rep doesn't define who I am to you all. I hope over the 2.5 years you have gotten to know me a bit better than just "he is our batch rep!" because I did try to go beyond by duties several times to let you all know a bit about me personally. :)
Words of Gratitude
Do enjoy the holidays well and all the best for those going overseas for PMS and for those that are going to Seremban - see you all there! :)
Your "neighborhood batch rep",
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
hey guys from m109,
If any of you guys are looking for a place to stay in seremban, i have a batch mate that is advertising for such a room.
here are the following descriptions of the place.
ONE single room, very well furnished, RM 135 per month.
I don't mind if its a guy or a girl as the previous tenant was a female.
It is not far from the hospital and almost 80% of the batch stay in seremban 3.
Water and electricity will be splited evenly among all tenants of the house.
In the room, there is a table, air-con(need to buy from the previous owner), a large cupboard.
We have a fridge and a washing machine here. All provided here.
if interested, let me know and i will get you in touch with him ok.
cheers.. help to spread the word ard. i may have tagged even PMS ppl, but jst tag the rest of your frens lar who might be interested.
just trying to get the word out. help me out yeh :)
Friday, July 1, 2011
There will be an alumni talk from IMU Alumni, Phua Chun Seng from Australian National University 2011. Below are the event details:
Date: 1 July 2011
Time 12:30 – 1:30
Venue: Secretariat 3 (2.11)
Topic: Q& A Session of Life in Australian National University
Please spread the news.
Can you book the room
Sunday, June 19, 2011
It's been already 2 weeks plus since results has passed. Been mising the whole batch :(
Anyway, important announcement.
Those who haven't signed up for alumni, pls do!!! We really need your help to publish our convo mag. How do you sign up for it? just do the following
1. go to http://www.imu.org.my/
2. click "sign up as new member."
3. fill up your details and put your batch as ME109. (remember, there's an E).
It's just that easy.
To those who haven't filled up your profiles, here's the questions. Just copy the questions, answer it and save it in a word document and send it to email@example.com,
IMU editorial personal Survey questions
2 Date of birth:
3 Contact details:
4 Favourite quote:
5 Favourite idol/ personal of inspiration, why?
Interesting academic questions (I guess):
6 Favourite part of your anatomy and why?
7 Best part about studying in IMU?
8 Sweetest memory in IMU
9 Best hangout spot in IMU
10 Most hated location in IMU
11 weirdest thing that happened to you or to people you know whilst at IMU
12 Favourite lecturer, why?
13 What are you thinking of when u start drifting off during lectures?
14 What would your one piece of advice for young future med students be?
15 Where do u see yourself in 10 years?
Personal questions.. be FRANK !
1 If u had a million tax-free dollars, how would u spend it?
2 If u were stranded on a deserted island, what 1 item would bring and why?
3 If you could turn back time, where and when would u like to go?Why?
4 If you could change something about yourself, what would it be & why?
5 How would you describe yourself in one word?
6 Which was the dumbest purchase that you ever made.
7 What is the craziest thing that you have ever done?
8 If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
9 What will you do if I ask you to make me laugh in the next two minutes?