An effective population health strategy encompasses all life stages and requires the collaborative efforts of providers across both the health and social domains.
SingHealth co-organised the second Singapore Population Health Conversation & Workshop with NHG and NUHS, an annual event that brings together healthcare professionals, social care practitioners, researchers and policymakers to learn and exchange best practices on population health improvement.
More than 700 participants attended the event themed "Life Stages in Population Health", graced by Guest-of-Honour, Mr Chan Heng Kee, Permanent Secretary for Health.
The co-organisers express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the speakers for sharing their invaluable insights.
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Shared with permission from the speakers
Planning for Population Health: My Learning Experiences So Far
Prof Philip Choo, Group CEO, National Healthcare Group
Social Determinants of Childhood Obesity
Prof Paulin Tay Straughan, Dean of Students, Singapore Management University
Family based interventions for childhood obesity: Research insights
Dr Elaine Chew, Consultant, Adolescent Medicine Service, KK Women's and Children's Hospital
Loneliness: A Population Health Concern?
Dr Chermain Wong, Senior Clinical Psychologist & Deputy Head, Mood Disorders Unit, Institute of Mental Health
Rehabilitation for Depression and Anxiety
Dr Arthur Chern, Group CEO, St Andrew's Mission Hospital & Singapore Anglican Community Services
Frailty and Resilience in Community Dwelling Older People: The Current Evidence
A/Prof Reshma A Merchant, Head and Senior Consultant, Division of Geriatric Medicine, National University Health System
On The Front Line: Frailty Screening and Management in Primary Care
Dr Richard Hui, Consultant Family Physician and Head, Choa Chu Kang Polyclinic
Frailty Meets Strength in the Community
Dr Wong Sweet Fun, Clinical Director, Population Health & Community Transformation, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital & Yishun Health, National Healthcare Group
Scaling up Frailty Prevention Programmes – Challenges and Way Forward
Ms Jolene Choo, Accredited Nutritionist, Fei Yue Community Services (Community Mental Health Department)
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