TYPHOON HAIYAN'S 2014:
With the aid of MSWCP, Dr Theodoro Herbosa, the Undersecretary of Health of the National Capital Region (NCR) and Southern Luzon Cluster, received RM30,000.00 worth of kits from Malaysia.
The president of MSWCP, Dr, Harikrishna K.R. Nair personally flew in the advanced wound care dressing materials from KROMH and Derma Sciences worth USD 50,000.00 to the Philippines in hope that these solicitous assistance will provide the victims with the health care interventions they require.
The gratifying and timely support by the MSWCP to the Philippines in their time of need caught the attention of the Ambassador of Philippines in Malaysia, Jose E. Eduardo Malaysa III, who awared the society with a certificate of gratitude for their altruism.
CONTRIBUTION OF HAND SANITIZERS
Malaysia Society of Wound Care Professionals (MSWCP) lent a helping hanf by contributing Alcohol Hand Rubs to the Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC), Putrajaya.
The Head of CPRC, Dr Maznieda thanked Dr Harikrishna for the assistance and explained that the hand rubs will be distributed to the affected flood states, Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang.
BANGKOK'S DARKEST HOURS 2015
A bomb set off inside the grounds of the Erawan Shrine resulted in 20 deaths and scores injured. The Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals (MSWCP) lent a helping hand by sending advanced medical grade honey amd offered whatever assistance they could.
DIABETES PUBLICATION IN INDIA
In 2014, Dr Harikrishna contributed to the ASEAN PLUS GUIDELINES: Management of Diabetic Wounds Booklet, which was incidentally the first ASEAN Clinical Practice Guideline in managing diabetic wounds.
Dr Hari's chapter on wound care has been published in "A Practical Guide ti Diabetes Mellitus, 7th Edition". This publication is planned by the Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism if Christin Medical College, Vellore, India.
SOLOMON ISLAND 2016
Cyclone Winston was the strongest storm to ever for in the Southern Pacific. 350,000 people were reported to be affected with 43 deaths and 24,000 houses destroyed. The Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals (MSWCP) was on hand to extend much needed assistance.
Wound Kit Launch
To ensure the medical community in the whole of Malysia is trained and educated on advanced wound care, the Malaysian Society of Wound Care Professionals (MSWCP) amplified their effort in handing out wound kits in various locations. Dr Harikrishna felt the need to be consistent by ensuring a sustained and perpetual presence in many parts of Malaysia as possible. His aim is to
HELP, LEARN & HEAL TOGETHER
27 wound kits were launched in Sabah
90 wound care kits were launched in Kuantan, HKL, Sleangor and Phillipines
163 wound care kits were launched in Johor Bahru, Terengganu, Muar, Sungai Petani, Melaka, Kuching n and Perak
Wound Care kit Going Places