September 24, 2018 | Awards & RecognitionEducationEvents 

Meet excellent teachers in our midst

Meet the three winners of Golden Apple ‘Outstanding Educator’ Awards

August 27, 2018 | Giving & PhilanthropyEventsAcademic MedicineAcademic Clinical ProgrammesResearchEducation 

The drive for a healthier tomorrow

SingHealth Duke-NUS Charity Golf 2018 raises more than $413,000 to support medical research and training for Singapore’s top killer diseases and disabling conditions.

August 14, 2018 | EducationAdministration in Healthcare 

New undergraduate programme in healthcare administration launched

SingHealth and SMU partner up to train undergrads in the Health Economics and Management second major.

July 31, 2018 | Giving & PhilanthropyResearchUpcloseEducation 

Renowned ultra-marathoner races for Radiological Sciences

Veteran runner and fundraiser Mr Lim Nghee Huat will take part in a gruelling cross-country race in Scotland to raise funds for medical research and education.

July 26, 2018 | UpcloseEducation 

An avid learner’s an ardent educator

Professor Ian Edward Curran, respected academic and Vice-Dean for Duke-NUS’ Office of Education, shares his plans for the institution’s medical education strategies.

December 19, 2017 | EducationUpclose 

Near Peer Teaching: The passing of the baton

The words "teacher" and "mentor" often bring to mind wisened professors, regally robed in their impeccably pressed white coats, with thick glasses and a full crown of silver, ready to dispense truth and clarity. However, as the saying goes, not all heroes wear capes, and this is indeed true for education in our medical profession.

December 14, 2017 | Education 

Put your game face on for the babies

Becoming a gamer has taken on a whole new meaning. It can even save lives. Doctors from Singapore General Hospital (SGH) has set to work with Serious Games Asia and developed the first computer-simulated game to sharpen skills involved in resuscitating newborn babies.

December 05, 2017 | ResearchEducation 

Turning the spotlight on a friend-turned-foe

Ansel Lim, Fourth-year NUS YLL School of Medicine student, puts aggressive breast cancer under the microscope.

November 30, 2017 | Clinical Care and InnovationEducation 

Helping Bangladeshi hospitals treat burn victims

A team from Singapore General Hospital’ Burns Centre visited Bangladesh from 26-30 November to treat burns victims and conduct training for doctors, nurses and therapists from across Bangladesh.

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.