Zubaidah Jamil


Professor Zubaidah Jamil Osman is currently a Professor of Clinical Psychology and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the International Medical School, Management and Science University (MSU) in Shah Alam, Malaysia. She was professionally trained in Melbourne, Australia where she obtained her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Melbourne, in 2003. She did her clinical attachment with the Pain Research Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia in 2009. Her main area of interest is Chronic Pain Management – focusing on the psychosocial issues experienced by patients as consequences of their persistent pain. She has been appointed as a Visiting Consultant Psychologist at Hospital Selayang since 2006, where she has been working closely with the Pain Management Team in Hospital Selayang. She has been invited to speak on non-pharmacological pain management at many local and international conferences and was involved in the development of the Malaysian Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for Cancer Pain. She is also actively involved in the education of pain management from a non-pharmacological perspective to other allied health professionals in Malaysia and Southeast Asia region. She is a committee member of a few task forces developed by the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), in promoting knowledge transfer and information to the people of the South-East Asia region. She is a member of the Pain Toolkit Asia group and has been actively involved in conducting self-help pain management training for healthcare providers in those relevant regions.


Friday, May 5th
13:00-14:30 hrs
Room Vibhavadee Ballroom A