We are excited to announce a change in dates for the NSM 33rd Annual Scientific Conference 2018, which will now take place on 24 – 26 July 2018 at Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur. This change was necessary to avoid conflicting with the polling day of the 14th General Elections.
Thank you for your support. »
Dear NSM Members
The NSM Publication Prizes are aimed at encouraging and promoting local research publications in nutrition science. Prizes are awarded by the Nutrition Society of Malaysia with financial support from Corporate Members of the Society. Three categories of NSM Publication Prizes were offered in 2018. »
The objectives of Probiotic Education Programme (PEP) are to provide consumers with information on :
The importance of having good gut health and keeping a balanced gut microbiota for overall health.
Dietary and lifestyle factors that promote gut microbiota
What probiotics are and their potential health benefits
Legal criteria and requirements for the sale of probiotics-containing products.
Nutrition Month Malaysia 2018, with the theme “Your Only Choice: Eat Healthy & Be Active”, brings to you educational materials such as the signature infographics kit and press articles. The much anticipated annual Food-Fit-Fun Fair will be from 21-25 March 2018. »
The Nutrition Society of Malaysia mobilises multiple stakeholders in tackling the complex, multi-factoral nature of non-communicable diseases.
Warm greetings from NSM!
Please be informed that the 33rd AGM of NSM and Nutrition Scientific Update has been scheduled as follows:
30 March 2018 (Friday)
Istana Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
3.00 to 4.00 pm Registration
4.00 to 7.00 pm 33rd AGM with Election
7.00 to 8.00 pm Nutrition Scientific Talk:
Sharing from the corporate world: Beyond the traditional role of a nutritionist
Mr Ng Kim Keat,
Director, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs - Asia
Coca-Cola Far East Limited
8.00 pm *Dinner (NSM Members only) »
Rainer Gross Award 2018
For further details, please download flyer here
Winner will receive a cash prize of 1500€, donated by the Dr. Judith Zwartz Foundation/La Fondation Dr Judith Zwartz, Wageningen, the Netherlands.
Members of NSM are invited to provide input into the two documents related to the AHP Bill, ie the CPD Programme and the Code of Professional Conduct. All comments must be in writing, addressed to the President NSM before 27 April 2012.
Draft Code of Professional Conduct | CPD Programme »
Feedback to the Allied Health Profession Bill
NSM members are welcome to provide feedback to the Allied Health Profession Bill proposed by the Ministry of Health Malaysia: http://www.moh.gov.my/news/1744. Closing date for comments is 21 October 2012.
The Malaysian Dietary Guidelines 2010
was launched on 25 March 2010, in conjunction with the 25th Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Malaysia. »
The proposed Allied Health Professional Act (AHP) Act is to ensure that Nutrition Science is practised by appropriately qualified professionals. Only graduates from university programmes that provide adequate training to enable them to carry out the required roles shall be recognised for registration as a Nutritionist under the proposed AHP. »