Mohd Rahime Bin Ab Wahab

Mohd Rahime Bin Ab Wahab

Profession: Enterostomal Therapist (ETN), Co-Director Malaysian ETNEP

Specialty: Wound, Stome, Continece, Infection control and Intravenous therapy

Written and spoken languages: English and Malay

Qualification:

  1. Registered Nurse (RN)
  2. Nursing Science, University Malaya, Malaysia
  3. Certificate of Intravenous Therapy Nursing (IVN)
  4. Certificate in Infection Control (ICN), from Asian Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC)
  5. Cert. in Wound, Ostomy & Continence (WOC) from Malaysian Enterostomal Therapy Nursing
    Education Programme (ETN) recognized by World Council of Enterostomal Therapist (WCET)

Achievement:

  1. Co-director Certified Wound Care Clinician Associate (CWCCA) –Joint Effort Indonesian-Malaysian ETN
  2. Co-director Malaysian ETNEP recognized by MOH and WCET - International program
  3. Co-director Wound and Stoma 2 weeks attachment program 2015 & 2016– Asia Pacific Region
  4. Invited international speaker – Certified Wound Care Clinician Associate (CWCCA) by ET Indonesian team
  5. Invited international speaker – Certified Continence Therapy (CCT) program by ET Indonesian team
  6. Invited international speaker – Certified Wound Care Clinician (CWCC) program by ET Indonesian team
  7. Invited speaker Nationally – Colorectal conference (Coloproctology 2012,2013,2015 & 2016)
  8. Invited speaker Asia Pacific - World ostomy day Celebration and Seminar 2012
  9. Actively involves in Malaysian Nurses Association Course and Seminar since 2009 as a facilitator and participant for International Nurses Day Seminar, Annual General Meeting, Management Special Interest
    Group workshop and coordinate community volunteer service under branch level
  10. Actively involves in Wound, Ostomy & Continence Care training, exhibition & courses in National and International level as a facilitator and speaker
  11. Setting up continence clinic at UMMC (KL) 2015
  12. Teaching and Workshop for Medical Student, Pharmacist Student, Staff Nurses and Patient’s Carer on Wound, Ostomy and Continence Care since 2015
  13. Educator for Local & International Students Attachment on Wound Care and Stoma care in UMMC

Employment History:

  1. Enterostomal Therapist (ETN) | 2015 till present 
    • Consultation and treatment on modern dressing used for various type of acute & chronic wound.
    • Consultation and treatment on managing Stoma and its complications.
    • Actively participate in research and study for the benefit of patient’s in product and treatment.
    • Promoting rehabilitation care for patient’s and carer for their activity of daily living and referral to NGO related.
    • Monitoring patient’s progress in dealing with wound/ostomy/continence problem.
    • Active participating in continuous education updating on current treatment for wound, stoma & continence.
    • Sharing and educate other staff current update of treatment and organizing workshop, seminar and exhibitions.
    • Collaboration with others hospital, NGO’s medical university and traders in Malaysia and overseas on current management of wound ostomy and continence.
    • Pre, intra and post-operation assessment and consultation to patient’s and their family.
  2. Infection Control Nurse (ICN) | 2013 
    • UMMC, INFECTION CONTROL DEPARTMENT
      • Educate staff and assist in research and campaign involving infection control in hospital especially multi-drug resistant organism case.
      • Surveillance and collecting data at clinical area to ensure healthcare worker actively practicing safe care in avoiding infection among staff, patient and their family.
  3. R / Nurse | 2012
    • UMMC, NURSING DEVELOPMENT UNIT
      • Assist in Management of courses involving Housemen, Nurses, Medical Assistant, Assistant Nurse and Attendant. 
  4. R / Nurse | 2008-2012 
    • UMMC, IN-PATIENT DEPARTMENT
      • Medical, Surgical & Psychology and inpatient wards

Appreciation:

  1. from Director of University Malaya Medical Centre 2012
  2. from Malaysian Enterostomal Therapy Nurses Association (METNA)
  3. from Malaysian Nurses Association (MNA)
  4. from Malaysian Ostomy Association (MOsA)
  5. from Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah, Kedah, Malaysia
  6. Top 3 Best Student and Best Case study on WCET, MALAYSIAN ETNEP

Professional Involvements:

  1. Organizing Committee of World Council of Enterostomal Therapist (WCET) 22th Biennials Congress 2018
  2. Organizing Committee of Asian Pacific Enterostomal Therapist Nurses Association (APETNA)
    7th Biennials Conference 2017
  3. Treasurer of Joint Effort Indonesian Malaysian (JEIM) Wound Ostomy Continece Nursing Conference
    2013 015 & 2017
  4. Publication committee for World Council of Enterostomal Therapist (WCET) Since 2015
  5. Member's World Council of Enterostomal Therapist (WCET) Since 2013
  6. Honorary Treasurer of Malaysian Ostomy Association (MOsA) Since 2012 to present
  7. Member's of Malaysian Nurses Association (MNA) – (Committee 2008 – 2012) 
  8. Life Member's of University Malaya Nursing School Alumni (ASKUM) – Secretary 2011-2012 
  9. Member's Infection Control Association of Malaysia (ICAM) since 2013 
  10. Member's University Malaya Medical Centre Nurses Club since 2014

Poster Presentation:

  1. Poster Presentation on Case study of Foam Dressing & Hydrogel on Chronic Wound at the WCET
    21st Biennials Congress 2016, Cape town - South Africa
  2. Poster Presentation on Case Study of METNEP - Chronic Wound at The 2nd JEIM WOCN 2015,
    Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

Topic of Lecture:

  1. Pre & post op care for ostomy surgery – 2 days stomacare course 2016
  2. Documentation & nursing process in stoma care – 2 days stomacare course 2016
  3. Principles of stomacare management – 2 days stomacare course 2016
  4. Food intake & ADL as an ostomate – 2 days stomacare course 2016
  5. SACS instruments in stoma & peristomal complications – 2 days stomacare course 2016
  6. Discharged plan for stoma surgery & Malaysian ostomy Association (MosA) – 2 days stomacare course 2016
  7. Psychological impact to patients and family after stoma surgery – Stomacare seminar Medan 2016
  8. Surgical site Infection prevention – International health seminar & workshop Makassar 2016
  9. Arterial vs venous ulcer – seminar & workshop wound & stoma care seminar Surabaya 2016
  10. The Elements Of Infection Control in Wound Care – Woundcare Seminar Semarang 2016
  11. Modern Dressing selection in preventing amputation – Medan International Woundcare Seminar 2016
  12. Pouching system and accessories – Medical students year 2 stoma surgery slot
  13. Elements of Infection Control in managing Wound – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  14. Stoma siting including difficult siting – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  15. Importance of documentation and photography in Wound management – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  16. SACS Instrument in managing stoma complication – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  17. Elements of Infection Control in managing Wound – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  18. Stoma teaching tools in counselling future ostomates – CWCCA Indonesian Program 2016
  19. Clean Intermittent Self Catheterisation (CISC) incontinence patient – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  20. Management of patient’s with psychological effect – Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  21. Incontinence : spirituality and sexuality– Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  22. Improving continence care for patient’s (nurses role and responsibility)– Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  23. Body image and skin care protocol for patient with wound, ostomy and incontinence– Malaysian ETNEP 2016
  24. Elements of Infection Control in managing Wound – CWCCA Indonesian Program 2016
  25. Nursing management on Enuresis in children – CCT Indonesian Program 2016
  26. Case study on Incontinence in adults – CCT Indonesian Program 2016 
  27. Infection Control In Continence Care – CCT Indonesian Program 2016 
  28. Clean intermittent self catheterization procedure – CCT Indonesian Program 2016
  29. InContinence product and accessories – CCT Indonesian Program 2016 
  30. Setting up Continence Service in private practice – CCT Indonesian Program 2016
  31. Pressure ulcers Prevention Commitment and consistent – Seminar Keperawatan Jogjakarta 2016
  32. Modern Woundcare Management in Preventing Amputation – Seminar Internasional Palu 2016
  33. Ostomate bill of right : Do ostomate get their right ? – Coloproctology2016
  34. Future direction of ET’s in asia - WOC_ISM Makassar 2015
  35. The Elements Of Infection Control in Wound, Ostomy and Continence.
    “Creative and Innovative way for Private Practice” – WOC_ISM Makassar 2015
  36. Simple tricks home care for stoma – World Ostomate Worldwide Gathering 2015, Bali - Indonesia
  37. Care of Patient for preventing infection in ICU – Indonesia Seminar & Workshop kesehatan 2015
  38. Maggot Debridement and Technology W/care – Indonesia Int. Nursing Seminar Modern Wound Care 2015
  39. Stoma Complications, can it be prevented – 2nd JEIM WOCN w/shop & Conference 2015
  40. Handhygiene practice in clinical practice – InETNEP 2015
  41. Infection Control in Hospital & Private Practice – InETNEP 2015
  42. Urinary incontinence: the ET nurse point of view – Continence workshop 2015
  43. Infection Control Practice in WOCN – WOC_ISM Jogjakarta 2014
  44. Elements of Infection Control in ICU – New RN Orientation programme 2014
  45. Cleaning and Disinfections elements in the clinical practice – Infection Control Course 2014
  46. Incontinence skin care – Continence course Indonesia 2014
  47. Personal Protective Equipment & Handhygiene for Emergency Department staff – UMMC 2014
  48. Moderator Forum: Real life experiences of an ostomates – Coloproctology 2014
  49. Physicological Aspect patients with stoma – ETN Seminar 2014
  50. How effective MOsA in supporting Malaysian ostomates? – 1st JEIM WOCN w/shop & Conference 2013
  51. Roles of ET/stoma nurse to Malaysian Ostomate – Malaysian ETNEP 2013
  52. Direction of Malaysian Ostomy Association (MOsA) – Coloproctology 2013
  53. MOsA 2012 ‘Together We Better’ – MOsA 2nd AGM and seminar 2012
  54. Roles of Malaysian Ostomy Association towards Ostomate – MOsA 1st AGM and seminar 2012
  55. Stoma Support group in malaysia towards supporting our OSTOMATES – Stoma nurse program 2011

Coordinates:

  • Email: mohdrahime@gmail.com
  • Tel : +6 03-794 920 55 / +6 012 775 17 46

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