November 21, 2017 | EducationSafety & Quality 

Young doctors here feeling burnt-out, says study

Young doctors are feeling burnt-out, and this affects their ability to empathise with patients. The study was conducted by the National Heart Centre Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Duke-NUS Medical School.

November 09, 2017 | EducationClinical Care and Innovation 

Interprofessional education: you’re probably doing it wrong

Interprofessional education can save lives, reduce healthcare costs and add value to every encounter between patients and medical professionals, but only when it’s put into practice.

November 01, 2017 | EventsPhoto StoryEducation 

SingHealth hosts Asia’s first collaborative medical simulation conference

The S3 Conference brings together leading experts in medical simulation from Europe, America and Singapore.

October 06, 2017 | EducationClinical Care and InnovationUpclose 

Finding a way to the patient

“Hi, how can I help you today?” Duke-NUS student Anthony Li realised the many missed opportunities to build good rapport with the patients we look after.

September 29, 2017 | Academic MedicineEducationEvents 

Interprofessional Education – the great equaliser in the face of a changing healthcare landscape

The biennial signature event promises to be an event worth attending for any healthcare educator and learner, and its emphasis on interprofessional education couldn’t come at a better time.

September 28, 2017 | Clinical Care and InnovationEducation 

More than just a wheelchair

Duke-NUS student Deepali Bang learnt an invaluable lesson between logic and emotions while undergoing life as a medical professional.

September 21, 2017 | EducationClinical Care and InnovationUpclose 

The doctor-patient conversation

“You must feel quite worried.” Duke-NUS student Anthony Li learnt that this innocent question can come with big implications.

September 12, 2017 | EducationUpcloseClinical Care and Innovation 

Sandwiched between compassion and duty

How far does a doctor need to empathise with his patients? Medical student Tan Chin Yee contemplates on this question as he faced his first death in the hospital.

September 11, 2017 | EducationAdministration in Healthcare 

Duke-NUS appoints Vice Dean of Education

Internationally-recognised clinician and expert in medical education Professor Ian Curran joins Duke-NUS Medical School from the UK General Medical Council.

September 07, 2017 | EducationClinical Care and Innovation 

An alternative way to train doctors

From hectic schedules to critical reflections, the blended Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship at Duke-NUS allows for an alternative path to induct medical students into clinical practice.