NUHS Residency has a variety of programmes to cater to residents' interests in education, leadership and research.
You may also email Ms Pearlene Sim at email@example.com for further enquiries.
You may also email Ms Lee Hui Sze at
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If you are an outstanding clinician and leader, we are prepared to train you as a Chief Resident (CR). Every NUHS Residency programme selects its own CR. The CR is expected to be an exemplary role model and to undertake a major leadership role within the Residency Training Programme. His/her inputs and views directly impact the quality of the Residency Programme.
Some of the roles of a CR may include:
As part of development of emerging leaders among residents, we identify and invest heavily in training aspiring leaders among our residents. The NUHS RLDP prepares them to be future leaders of Singapore's healthcare, by gaining insight into the policies and priorities of healthcare within the NUHS cluster.
The aim of the programme is to nurture the qualities of a clinician leader amongst our Chief Residents.
The programme follows the SEED framework:Self: demonstrating integrity & personal qualities of a leaderEnabling: working with and through othersExecution: managing & delivering the strategyDirection: setting the direction & the vision
The eight curricular domains adopted in RLDP are:
The overarching themes of the seminars are:
The one-year Singapore Chief Residency Programme (SCRP) was designed to develop the nation’s future generation of medical leaders who will inspire and espouse a sense of public service ethos and professionalism within their organisations and across Singapore.
The SCRP aims to nurture the public service ethos of selected doctors in training, equip them with new leadership competencies, and to forge a strong sense of camaraderie within the cohort that transcends the healthcare clusters.
The Junior Pitch for Funds was created to encourage budding clinician researchers/scientists to kickstart their research projects. There are two grant calls annually.
Please submit an abstract of 300 words and download a copy of the 2021 JPFF Abstract Submission Form here. Please make sure the form is duly populated and signed before emailing it to Ms Lim Wan Shu (email@example.com) and Mr Eugene Tan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Abstracts will be reviewed by a panel of distinguished judges. Shortlisted applicants will be required to make a 10-minute presentation on your project to the panel. More details can be found in the application guide.
Do refer to thePitch for funds application guide for rules and regulations, eligibility and judging criteria.
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