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October 12, 2018 | Academic MedicineEducationResidency ProgramUpclose 

Nurturing our future clinicians

Dr Mara McAdams, Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Alumni Relations at Duke-NUS, tells us about the importance of honing non-academic skills in doctors-to-be.

October 11, 2018 | Research 

Local studies find link between myopia and glaucoma

A study by SERI and SNEC shows Singaporeans with myopia have a higher chance of getting glaucoma when they grow older, while this risk increases as myopia becomes more severe

October 10, 2018 | Allied Health 

Meet SingHealth hearing health professionals

In conjunction with World Audiologists’ Day, SingHealth celebrates with our Hearing Health Professionals

October 08, 2018 | Allied HealthAwards & Recognition 

In conversation with SingHealth transplant coordinators

The annual SingHealth Transplant Appreciation Ceremony honours the contributions of exemplary transplant staff and their dedication towards patient care. We shine the spotlight on this year’s Outstanding Transplant Coordinator Award recipients, Khoo Yik Cheong and Tee Ping Sing.

October 05, 2018 | Facilities and BuildingsAdministration in Healthcare 

Hospital operations – Up close and personal

A group of Singapore Management University (SMU) students had the rare opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes peek at hospital operations in Singapore General Hospital (SGH).

October 02, 2018 | Allied Health 

Meet SingHealth transplant coordinators

Transplant coordinators play an important role to facilitate the gift of life to transplant patients and their loved ones. Meet SingHealth’s transplant coordinators who help ensure that patients receive comprehensive and quality care.

October 01, 2018 | Allied HealthClinical Care and Innovation 

From deaf to hearing

The arrival of a newborn is often a joyous occasion. However, about 5 in 1,000 of these babies have some degree of hearing loss from birth. Olivia Wee, an Auditory-Verbal Therapist, helps her patients thrive despite their disability, with the aid of technology.

October 01, 2018 | Research 

Handheld device keeps an eye out for glaucoma

It may be able to detect disease accurately in a minute, cost a fraction of current tests