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2
Jul
2022
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2
Jul
2022
6
Jul
2022
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6
Jul
2022
8
Jul
2022
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8
Jul
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Stroke – All You Need to Know

Stroke is a leading cause of mortality as well as long-term disability. Early diagnosis and timely treatment are key for survival as well as a meaningful recovery. Knowledge of various risk factors may help in reducing the risk of stroke and related complications. This talk aims to early identification of stroke in the community and gain understanding of the risk factors. 

Speaker: A/Prof Vijay Kumar Sharma, Senior Consultant, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine

To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-08Jul22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.


Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
15
Jul
2022
TO
15
Jul
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Post-stroke Rehabilitation – What to Expect After a Stroke

Stroke is one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in Singapore. What should we expect and what can we do after a stroke? This talk will give a broad overview of one’s rehabilitation journey post-stroke.

Speaker: Dr Su Peijing, Associate Consultant, Department of Medicine

To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-15Jul22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
16
Jul
2022
TO
16
Jul
2022

National Myeloma Patient Forum 2022

Public,Patients & Caregivers
9am to 12pm
Webinar/Physical
20
Jul
2022
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21
Jul
2022

Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance (Basic and Consolidation)

​Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) is an evidence-based treatment approach that has been researched extensively with many client populations, including developmental coordination disorder (DCD), stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), cerebral palsy (CP) and autism. The use of the CO-OP approach in therapy will empower patients and families to be active participants in the rehabilitation process and enhance their ability to selfmanage their chronic conditions better.

Other Healthcare Professionals
8:45am to 5pm
Alexandra Hospital, Centre for Innovation in Healthcare
See Attached Brochure
21
Jul
2022
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21
Jul
2022

NCIS Oncology Grand Rounds - Acute & Palliative Surgical Oncology – A Focus on Malignant Bowel Obstruction

Public,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
1pm to 2pm
Zoom Webinar
22
Jul
2022
TO
22
Jul
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Acupuncture in Stroke Rehabilitation

Discover the efficacy and safety of acupuncture in stroke rehabilitation, and understand some unique concepts of TCM such as “Yin-Yang” balance, and stroke treatments based on TCM theory. Learn simple acupoints, acupressure and traditional exercises which can be administered at home to optimise one’s health and well-being in stroke rehabilitation.

Speaker: Dr Qiao Tian Ru, Senior Acupuncturist, Department of Anaesthesia

To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-22Jul22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
23
Jul
2022
TO
23
Jul
2022
28
Jul
2022
TO
28
Jul
2022

ACP Awareness Talk

General Practitioners,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
12pm to 1pm
Zoom webinar
29
Jul
2022
TO
29
Jul
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Managing Cognitive Changes in Daily Living After a Stroke

A stroke can affect one's thinking and memory (cognition) in different ways, including one's daily life. Some problems may not be noticeable, until one is required to do tasks that place higher demands on one's cognitive abilities. This talk shares the different types of cognitive challenges that may occur after a stroke, along with strategies to manage with them in daily living.

Speaker: Ms Chong Sze Neng, Senior Occupational Therapist, Department of Rehabilitation

To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-29Jul22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.


Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
30
Jul
2022
TO
30
Jul
2022

Catch Yourself Before You Fall

​​Falls are a leading cause of injury among older adults, and many of these falls happen at home. What are the steps to take so that factors which cause a person to fall are reduced or removed? Our Physiotherapist will share the risks and consequences of falls in the elderly, and what caregivers can do to help prevent falls.

Public,Patients & Caregivers
11am - 12pm
Zoom
Free
6
Aug
2022
TO
7
Aug
2022

Singapore On-Target [SPOT] Contouring Course 2022

Target Delineation in the Combined Modality Setting - Our SPOT Contouring Course features a scientific program collaboration between the NCIS Department of Radiation Oncology and Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology (AARO). This year's course introduces new dimensions in radiotherapy contouring as we explore the often overlooked impact of parallel treatments such as systemic therapy, other locoregional therapies e.g. RFA & SIRT, and emerging modalities including tumor treating fields and proton therapy.


Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
Day 1: 8.00am - 4.15pm, Day 2: 8.00am - 3.45pm
TK Low Academic Specialist Centre Farrer Park Hospital 1 Farrer Park Station Road, Connexion #16-06 Singapore 217562
19
Aug
2022
TO
20
Aug
2022

9th NCIS Annual Research Meeting (NCAM) 2022

Public
9am to 6pm
NUHS Tower Block Auditorium
27
Aug
2022
TO
27
Aug
2022

Vision Changes As We Go

​​Does your elderly loved one complain about deteriorating vision? Should your senior at home be watching drama series on mobile devices? What kind of glasses are suited for old age? Our Optometrist will explain how caregivers can manage vision changes in the elderly, address common myths about eye conditions, and share eye care tips.

Public,Patients & Caregivers
11am - 12pm
Zoom
Free
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