Focus on the clinical, technical work process – NADA DG

By: Fauzi Suhaimi dan Amir Zahien Amran

MARAN, 15 February 2024 – All members of the National Anti-Drugs Agency (NADA) are reminded to focus on the execution of clinical and technical work processes especially in preparation for the new amendments to the new legislation involving the Drug Dependants (Treatment and Rehabilitation) Act 1983.

According to the Director General of NADA, Tuan Sutekno Ahmad Belon, this is crucial to ensure a comprehensive understanding of these work processes so that NADA services may significantly impact the community involved.

“The work at NADA is not only focused on the documentation, programme implementation, exhibition, etc.

“Instead, the clinical and technical work process is the main foundation for us to face the implementation of the new act after the Government enacts it,” he said while delivering a message to NADA employees in Maran District NADA, Pahang on Thursday.

He added that the old-school ways need to be left behind to avoid compromising the delivery of NADA’s services.

“We need clear aims when executing our work based on the facts and considerations towards collected statistical findings, recorded profilings, and more.

“So, any of the old cultures should be changed according to the main modules of NADA, namely the i-Pulih NADA Module, i-Cegah NADA Module, and i-Prihatin NADA Module,” he explained.

Earlier, an operational briefing was delivered by Maran District NADA’s Head, Mohd Zafuan Aliman with the presence of Pahang State NADA’s Director, Zirwatul Ahlam Zamzam.

In a separate event, Tuan Sutekno also attended the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) Anniversary Celebration held at the Sultan Ahmad Shah Maritime Academy in Gebeng, Pahang.

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