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CME Events

CME Events

JurongHealth Campus' Continuing Medical Education (CME) programme was launched in 2011. Talks within the programme touch on a wide range of topics focused on different areas of patient management, which can be applied to the primary care setting. They are open to general practitioners, doctors working in community hospitals who provide intermediate and long-term care, Allied Health Professionals and nurses. Our CME programme provides a platform for the exchange of ideas on how to integrate care and achieve best possible outcomes for patients. In addition, our speakers will share about services available in JurongHealth Campus to facilitate the referral of patients from the primary care setting.

For enquiries on JurongHealth Campus' CME programme, please contact:

Geetha Letchimi
Associate Executive, Clinical Education Office
Tel: 6716 5990 |  Email: JHCampus_CME_Admin@nuhs.edu.sg













23
Oct
2021
TO
23
Oct
2021
There has been greater emphasis of management of Diabetes at the primary care level. With case discussions, introduction of BGM techniques and dietary knowledge, you will be better equipped to manage the DM patients under your care.
Maximum Capacity
500
CME/CPE Points
2
All Healthcare Professionals
2.00pm - 4.15pm
Zoom Webinar:
Register in advance with Full Name and MCR number for this webinar:(Link for zoom registration)
https://ihis.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LFqRNbDbSCGCYoZ_pOKAxg
NTFGH CME
Geetha
13
Nov
2021
TO
13
Nov
2021
What are latest antiplatelet recommendations for cardiology patients and what happens if they also require anticoagulation therapy. How has stent development changed the current recommendations.
The rapid access chest pain clinic (RACPC) in Ng Teng Fong General Hospital is a nurse-led, cardiologist-supervised 5 days a week clinic. This unit provides a one-stop, next-day treadmill service and cardiologist review for patients who present with atypical chest pain in our National University Polyclinics.
With the advancement made in recent years on the various options available for cardiac evaluations, how can one know which is the best test(s) to send your patients for nowadays? Through this talk, we will explore the different types of cardiac evaluations available, the utility and limitations of each of them and how to select the most suitable test(s) for your patients.
Maximum Capacity
500
CME/CPE Points
2
All Healthcare Professionals
2.00pm - 4.15pm
Zoom Webinar:
Register in advance with Full Name and MCR number for this webinar:(Link for zoom registration)
htaNqTumJI2PqPjl0NAtps://ihis.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6ZoeC
NTFGH CME
Geetha
27
Nov
2021
TO
27
Nov
2021
Oral Cancer is ranked 1 of 6 most prevalent malignancies in Asia. In Singapore, there are close to 300 new cases of oral cancer per year (GLOBCAN 2020).The disease is not restricted to, but more commonly seen in the elderly. With our rapidly ageing population, it is timely that we relook into the management of this devastating but controllable disease.

Early detection is key to better outcome in the treatment of Oral Cancer and a good 5-year survival rate. As frontline clinicians, family medicine physicians are well positioned to detect and treat patients at the earliest possible stage of the disease. The patient is also dependent on the care of the family medicine physicians in many ways in the journey from detection to recovery.

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Maximum Capacity
300
CME/CPE Points
2
General Practitioners, Specialist Doctors, Dentists & Oral Hygienists
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Online
NUH GPLC