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28
Oct
2021
TO
28
Oct
2021

COVID-19: Updates from Singapore

​COVID-19: Updates from Singapore is a webinar series that gathers the world’s leading clinicians, scientists, public health officials and policy makers together to present and discuss insights on the latest medical and scientific findings concerning COVID-19. Following a successful first run, the webinar returns for a second season, with monthly episodes beginning November 2020 till December 2021.


Join our resident hosts Associate Professor David Allen, a respected infectious diseases clinician and Professor Dale Fisher from the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Group Director of Medicine at the National University Health System (NUHS) and Chair of the WHO’s Global Outbreak Alert & Response Network (GOARN) as they engage with a special guest speaker each month to bring you the latest developments and global perspectives on the public health, political, social, economic and psychological implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public,General Practitioners,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
7:00pm
Zoom Webinar
29
Oct
2021
TO
29
Oct
2021

Lunchtime Webinar: 40+ and Fabulous: Negotiating the Perimenopause and Menopause

​Changes in hormones from 40+ and its transition to menopause could be a stressor in a woman's life. While some women may have a smooth sailing process, others may be bothered by headaches, pains, insomnia, hot flushes, changes in mood and/or concentration, and vaginal and urinary symptoms that significantly affect their quality of life.

This talk will discuss what is normal, what to expect and tips on managing troublesome symptoms on your own with over the counter and prescribed options.

Speaker: Dr Susan Logan, Senior Consultant, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility,Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

To register for the event, click here or call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
30
Oct
2021
TO
30
Oct
2021

Mammogram Screening (JMC)

A simple breast check can save your life. A mammography is a simple examination of the breast. Using low energy X rays, the procedure can help to detect abnormality in the breast tissue. It can also detect lumps that cannot be felt. This will help to detect breast cancer early and treatment can be introduced promptly to save the breast.

Book your Mammogram today!


Public
9am to 4:20pm
Jurong Medical Centre
Singapore Citizens: Free (First Time), $10 (Repeat Screener) Permanent Residents: $25 (First Time), $35 (Repeat Screener)
30
Oct
2021
TO
30
Oct
2021

Breast Cancer Malay Public Forum

Public,Patients & Caregivers
2pm to 3pm
Zoom
Free
1
Oct
2021
TO
31
Oct
2021

J.Walkers+ Virtual Walk 2021

​Join J.Walkers+ Virtual Walk 2021 from 1 to 31 October with your friends and family in the virtual event and challenge yourself to complete 50,000 steps or 100,000 steps. Keep fit, get rewarded and raise funds at the same time to support needy patients and community care programmes.

Public
12am - 12am
J.Walkers+ Virtual Walk 2021
Free
29
Oct
2021
TO
31
Oct
2021

5th NUHS-Harvard BIDMC Internal Medicine Conference 2021

The 5th edition of the NUHS-Harvard BIDMC Internal Medicine Conference 2021 will be held on 29-31 October 2021. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre (BIDMC) is a major teaching affiliate of the Harvard Medical School. This conference started off as a partnership between NUHS and Harvard-BIDMC as an internal medicine conference targeted at residents with the aim of helping them keep abreast with updates in medical fields.

Expect a jam-packed and wide-ranging program touching on contemporaneous, relevant and important developments across various fields in Medicine. Do also check out the "Year-in-review" specialty updates as these sessions promise to bring you up to speed with some of the latest evidence which you can apply clinically.

In line with the theme of "Advancing Medicine, Inspiring Care", we hope to arm everyone with updated knowledge and bridge the knowledge to practice gap. 

Public,General Practitioners,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
7:30am
Online Event
6
Nov
2021
TO
6
Nov
2021

Mammogram Screening (JMC)

A simple breast check can save your life. A mammography is a simple examination of the breast. Using low energy X rays, the procedure can help to detect abnormality in the breast tissue. It can also detect lumps that cannot be felt. This will help to detect breast cancer early and treatment can be introduced promptly to save the breast. Book your Mammogram today!


Public
9am to 4:20pm
Jurong Medical Centre
Singapore Citizens: Free (First Time), $10 (Repeat Screener) Permanent Residents: $25 (First Time), $35 (Repeat Screener)
10
Nov
2021
TO
10
Nov
2021

NCIS Oncology Grand Rounds - Managing the Risks of Cardiac Therapy in Cancer Patients

General Practitioners,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
1pm to 2pm
Zoom Webinar
12
Nov
2021
TO
12
Nov
2021

2nd Singapore Geriatric Cancer Symposium 2021

General Practitioners,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
10am to 5.30pm
Zoom webinar
12
Nov
2021
TO
12
Nov
2021

Lunchtime Webinar: Healthy Eating for Diabetes

Diet plays an important role in diabetes management. This talk will focus on nutrition principles for individuals with diabetes, debunking common dietary myths about diabetes and practical tips while dining out.

Speaker: Ms Hin See Ling, Dietitian, Department of Dietetics

To register for the webinar, click here or call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
13
Nov
2021
TO
13
Nov
2021
19
Nov
2021
TO
19
Nov
2021

Lunchtime Webinar: Diabetes and Exercise

​What does exercise have to do with diabetes? Can exercise help prevent diabetes? How can exercise help me if I already have diabetes? What exercises can I do?

This talk aims to answer these questions and more. It will also give you some ideas on how you can still exercise even when the current COVID-19 situation keeps you at home!

Speaker: Ms Chong Wei Yi, Physiotherapist, Department of Rehabilitation

To register for the webinar, click here or call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
24
Nov
2021
TO
24
Nov
2021

NCIS Oncology Grand Rounds - Liver Transplantation for Unresectable Colorectal Liver Metastasis; Biological Selection Matters

General Practitioners,Nurses,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
1pm to 2pm
Zoom webinar
25
Nov
2021
TO
25
Nov
2021

COVID-19: Updates from Singapore

​COVID-19: Updates from Singapore is a webinar series that gathers the world’s leading clinicians, scientists, public health officials and policy makers together to present and discuss insights on the latest medical and scientific findings concerning COVID-19. Following a successful first run, the webinar returns for a second season, with monthly episodes beginning November 2020 till December 2021.


Join our resident hosts Associate Professor David Allen, a respected infectious diseases clinician and Professor Dale Fisher from the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Group Director of Medicine at the National University Health System (NUHS) and Chair of the WHO’s Global Outbreak Alert & Response Network (GOARN) as they engage with a special guest speaker each month to bring you the latest developments and global perspectives on the public health, political, social, economic and psychological implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public,General Practitioners,Specialist Doctors,Other Healthcare Professionals
7:00pm
Zoom Webinar
26
Nov
2021
TO
26
Nov
2021

Lunchtime Webinar: Understanding the High-Risk Foot

​What is a High-Risk foot? What is a foot ulcer? What can you do to prevent foot ulcers and possible amputation(s)? 

This talk will provide advice on diabetic foot care, including basic wound care principles and practical tips for choosing appropriate footwear. The importance of a High-Risk Foot Service and a multidisciplinary team approach to limb salvage will also be highlighted.

Speaker: Mr John Chen, Podiatrist, Department of Rehabilitation

To register for the webinar, click here or call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm to 2pm
Webinar
Free
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