Monday, 24 January 2011

TEMD Branding and Souvenirs

I'm thinking of branding the words 'The Early Malay Doctors' and its anagram (TEMD) and use them for souvenirs. I need designs.

(anything used by the health industry, schools and universities; must be of good quality) 

T-shirts, scarves, labcoats, jumpsuits, rompers, diapers, bath & face towels, soaps, disinfectants, toothpaste & toothbrushes, mouth gargles, handsoaps, shampoos, goggles, sunglasses, tote bags, rugs, bedroom slippers, bath robes, overcoats, sweaters, wind breakers, masks, cups, mugs, trays, flasks, measuring cups, measuring spoons, fork & spoon, non-leach tupperwares, books, keychains, cakes, dust-free sejadah, throw cushions, babies gift sets, cloth napkins, pillows, pillow cases, bedsheets, bedspreads, letter opener, letter holders, letter boxes, pens, pencils, wall frames, handphones, slippers, umbrellas, raincoats, paperweights, magnets, notebooks/diaries, pendrives, movies, documentaries, cardbox boxes, gift wrappers, ribbons, get-well-soon bouquets & cards, files, barbells, dumbbells, sports shoes, jogging shoes, etc. Who is interested? I need designs.

I already made wooden keychains and gave them free during my Professorial Talk (Syarahan Umum) on 17 June 2010. Schoolkids loved the painted wooden keychains. Even our hospital staff liked the designs. These wooden keychains were prepared by Rohani Omar@ Mohd Yusof of Physiology.
Rohani Omar@ Mohd Yusof
Scientific Officer, Physiology, School of Medical Sciences, USM
Phone : 609-7673000 ext. 6165
Fax : 609-7653370
(Photo from USM medical school website)

Wooden keychains

I have completed my blog today

I have completed my task of researching and writing about the early Malay doctors during British Malaya last night. I started writing and made web pages since November 2002. Then I switched and made this blog. It is Monday, 24 January 2011, 1:27 AM on my laptop. That's a long time to write. I hope you will find useful stuff in this blog and will wait for the book which will contain the biographies of these doctors. I may not be able to include all biographies for obvious reason (incomplete). I really hope now that you know the doctors by name, you can help me by posting to me any new development or information not mentioned here. I will add them here.

In the meantime, the manuscript will go to the proof-readers.

TQ everyone for helping.

Faridah Abdul Rashid
Author, The Early Malay Doctors