Coffining of Silent Mentor - 13.04.2019
Lim Kai Wei 林凯薇 (UM_MEM150046) ~ 15/10/2019
Nur Fatin Aqielah Binti Suparman
(UM_MEM150075) ~ 15/10/2019
Silent Mentor has taught me not only the clinical skills that we, future doctors needed but also, how
to be a better doctors spiritually. Every procedure and activity were done with so much respect towards our self-less Silent Mentor who not only showed us kindness by their deeds but also, reminded us to do good for all regardless of religion and races. It
was a memorable experience and I hope I’d be able to fulfill all their wishes of being a good doctor.
Tan Ann Gee 陳安琪 (UM_MEM150101) ~ 15/10/2019
Teh Ee Lyn (Manipal_131303523) ~ 15/10/2019
Silent Mentor Program has made a big impact on me. Through the workshop, I have learnt a lot of useful hands on procedures that
I have never gotten a chance to practice during my medical school years. Trying, making mistakes and then learning from those mistakes has always been the best way of learning. But sadly, in the medical field there’s rarely space for mistakes, because
we humans are such fragile creatures. However, because of Silent Mentor Program, it is possible. The best part of the program was not only the workshops, it was the humanity aspect of it. To be able to know, understand and have a picture in your mind about
who your mentor was his life before death, before practicing on him is such a special and indescribable experience. I feel honored and touched, that I was able to listen to the thoughts and feelings of the families, and to also feel what they were feeling
at each stage of the program up until the very end. I have not just gained knowledge and skills, but also learnt empathy, and have been appreciating life even more ever since.