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Public Health Education Series

Public Health Education Series

The Public Health Education Series (PHES) is a list of health talks that are organised by our team of healthcare professionals at NTFGH. It covers a wide range of topics such as common health conditions, general health and wellness.

Staying safe and strong: How to avoid injuries in older adults and when to seek help? (July 2024)

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Doc, there is blood in my stool! (February 2024)

Your Vision, Our Priority (October 2023)

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Ageless and Amazing (July 2023)

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A Look Back On Public Health Education Series 2022

Doc, My Arm Hurts! (October 2022)

Pain in the upper limbs is a commonly experienced symptom among many, but its causes are far from few and can occur anywhere from your shoulder, down to your fingers in one or both arms. Sometimes, the problem even lies somewhere unexpected, such as the neck! Our team of healthcare professionals from the Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy shared with our audience about the various causes of upper limb pain, as well as pain management techniques through a public forum and live demonstration.

For Your Eyes Only! (August 2022)

Our team of healthcare professionals talk about common eye conditions such as cataract, tearing, diabetes-related eye conditions and vision loss. View event highlights here. Click on the links below to learn more from our healthcare professionals!

Ladies, Let's Talk About Health! (July 2022)

Our team of healthcare professionals talk about conditions women commonly face such as breast cancer, menopause and osteoporosis. Watch video clips about on how to improve breast health, manage menopausal symptoms, boost bone health and practical tips about healthy eating on a budget:

Hear Well, Breathe Right (April 2022)

Our doctors from the Deparment of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery (ENT) shares insights about common ear, nose and throat conditions.

The talks are available for viewing here: