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19
Aug
2022
TO
20
Aug
2022

9th NCIS Annual Research Meeting (NCAM) 2022

Public
9am to 6pm
NUHS Tower Block Auditorium
10
Sep
2022
TO
10
Sep
2022

Basic Health Literacy Workshop

Health literacy can help individuals choose a healthier lifestyle, care for themselves and those around them better, and take advantage of preventive measures. 

This two-half day workshop aims to educate and equip participants with basic health-related knowledge and skills in the following healthcare topics such as nutrition, exercise, medications, health screening and vaccinations, healthcare finances, complementary medicine and mind health.

Register by 22 Aug 2022. 

Public,Patients & Caregivers,Other Healthcare Professionals
8.30am-1.30pm
Zoom
Singaporeans aged 39 years and below / Singapore PRs: $272.85 / Singaporeans aged 39 years and above: $102.85
10
Sep
2022
TO
10
Sep
2022

World Lymphoma Day Forum 2022

Public,Patients & Caregivers
9.30am - 12pm
NUHS Tower Block Auditorium
17
Sep
2022
TO
18
Sep
2022

Exercise for Arthritis & Fall Prevention

Due to muscle weakness, poor balance/vision or the effects of medication, elderly patients are likely to suffer from falls which may lead to serious injuries. Healthcare professionals and caregivers can consider learning the art of Tai Chi, which has been shown to be one of the most effective approaches in preventing falls and relieving arthritis pain. 

Join our two-day course to learn about the benefits of Tai Chi and how it can help to improve one’s balance, flexibility, fitness, confidence and muscular strength. Learners will acquire key Tai Chi concepts through practical exercises, role-playing and engaging discussions during the course. 

Register by 29 Aug 2022.

Public,Patients & Caregivers,Other Healthcare Professionals
9am-5pm
NUS MD6, #01-01B
Singaporeans aged 39 years and below / Singapore PRs: $545.70 / Singaporeans aged 39 years and above: $205.70
23
Sep
2022
TO
24
Sep
2022

NCIS International Surgical Oncology Symposium 2022

General Practitioners,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
8.30am to 6pm
Hybrid (Physical + Online)
17
Oct
2022
TO
17
Oct
2022

Delivering Bad News to Patients and Families: Health Professionals' Communication Techniques

​This workshop is designed to enhance the skills of healthcare professionals working with patients and families in communicating challenging news. Often, allied health professionals, medical professionals, and nursing professionals are at the forefront of communicating bad medical news to the patients and their families. Through role-plays of local case studies, such communication techniques can be practiced to help health professionals better facilitate and support  their patients and families in the acute and community settings.  

General Practitioners,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
9am to 5:30pm
Centre for Innovation in Healthcare, Alexandra Hospital
$480 (excludes GST)
5
Nov
2022
TO
5
Nov
2022

Basic Health Literacy Workshop

Basic Health Literacy Workshop

Health literacy can help individuals choose a healthier lifestyle, care for themselves and those around them better, and take advantage of preventive measures. 

This two-half day workshop aims to educate and equip participants with basic health-related knowledge and skills in the following healthcare topics such as nutrition, exercise, medications, health screening and vaccinations, healthcare finances, complementary medicine and mind health.

Register by 17 Oct 2022. 

Public,Patients & Caregivers,Other Healthcare Professionals
8.30am-1.30pm
Zoom
Singaporeans aged 39 years and below / Singapore PRs: $272.85 / Singaporeans aged 39 years and above: $102.85
26
Nov
2022
TO
27
Nov
2022

Exercise for Memory

Dementia is an increasingly common condition in Singapore’s aging population. Studies have shown that exercise such as Tai Chi have been proven to be effective in the prevention of dementia. Apart from improving memory and brain health, it also strengthens breathing and enhances a person’s sense of balance.     

Organised by the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, this upcoming two-day course aims to educate participants on how to improve key aspects of their health such as balance, immunity, relaxation and memory loss. The lessons are designed for flexible application, with engaging elements incorporated to improve adherence. 

Register by 7 Nov 2022.

Public,Patients & Caregivers,Other Healthcare Professionals
9am-5pm
NUS MD 11, CRC Symposium Room
Singaporeans aged 39 years and below / Singapore PRs: $545.70 / Singaporeans aged 39 years and above: $205.70

 

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