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Syafaa Seminar: HOTA (In context)

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Sat, 4 November 2017, 1330hrs to 1645hrs | Malay
MUIS Auditorium
Ustaz Irwan Hadi, Dr Norhisham bin Main

Fees: Free

Assalamualaikum Wr Wb (Peace be upon you) to our dearest brothers and sisters. We hope everyone is in their best state of health and imaan.

Join us for our second forum which will be held on the 4 November 2017 at 1.30pm - 5pm, which will be held at the MUIS Auditorium.

SYAFAA 2017's second topic will be about the Human Organ Transplant Act (HOTA) where the speakers would explore and address the common misunderstandings and concerns regarding organ transplant. We believe that there is still a lack of knowledge and misunderstandings on the process of organ transplant and the local Human Organ Transplant Act (HOTA). We hope that through this forum, we can spread awareness on organ transplant, and its importance and benefits among the Muslim community. WIth that being said, our non-muslim friends are invited as well.

The speakers for the talk would be Dr Norhisham Bin Main, Senior Consultant, Geriatric Medicine & Palliative Medicine and also Ustaz Irwan Hadi, Secretary, Fatwa Committee of MUIS.



Details

Location:
MUIS Auditorium, 273 Braddel Road S579702

Date:
2017-11-04


To sign up, just click the link in our bio. We hope to see you during the forum Inshaa Allah.
Do share this event with your fellow healthcare colleagues, friends and family! Hope to see you all soon insyaAllah.

http://www.mhpa.org.sg/index.php/our-activities/upcoming-events/63-syafaa-forum-hota-in-context

Location

MUIS Auditorium

MUIS Auditorium, Singapore Islamic Hub 273 Braddell Road Singapore 579702

Organisers

Muslim
Muslim Healthcare Professionals Association (MHPA)

The Muslim Healthcare Professional Association was established on 18th October 2004 for the exchange...

Speakers

Ustaz Irwan Hadi, Dr Norhisham bin Main

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