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Continuing Medical Education

At NUH, we strive to advance health by integrating excellent clinical care, research and education. As part of our mission, we are committed to provide regular Continuing Medical Education (CME) events for GPs and family physicians. These events aim to provide relevant clinical updates practical for your patient care.

Organised jointly by Primary Care Engagement department and the various clinical departments within NUH, our specialists will present different topics in their own areas of specialties during these symposiums.

The GP CME event details will be uploaded at the GP portal.  For those who have previously registered as a member before January 2021, please register as a new member as the old login ID and passwords are no longer valid.  The new login ID and password can be used at both NUH and NTFGH website for event registration.

Click here to access the GP portal.

Please email us at pcce@nuhs.edu.sg if you require assistance.


20
Aug
2022
TO
20
Aug
2022
Insomnia and psychiatric disorders frequently overlap. Untreated sleep disorders can increase the risk of developing psychiatric conditions, such as depression, later in life. Sleep is often the first to be affected in psychiatric conditions and the last to recover. Recent reports found that as many as two-thirds of patients referred for insomnia have an active psychiatric disorder. The most common psychiatric disorders associated with sleep complaints include depression, anxiety, and substance (hypnotics/sedatives and alcohol) abuse. Treating sleeping problems has been shown to improve the concurrent psychiatric condition and overall quality of life.
Maximum Capacity
500
CME/CPE Points
2
All Healthcare Professionals
2.00PM - 4.15PM
Zoom Webinar: Register In Advance with Full Name and MCR Nuber for this Webinar : Link for Zoom Registration
https://ihis.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8QqMGP3fTHyccutPMO1Tbw
NTFGH CME
Geetha
03
Sep
2022
TO
03
Sep
2022
In the outpatient setting, General Practitioners (GPs) play a key role in safekeeping Singaporeans’ health. As part of the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) healthcare paradigm shift, MOH will kick start “Healthier SG” with a national enrolment programme, inviting Singapore residents to register with a family doctor of their choice from 2023. Hence, GPs may find themselves managing more men’s health-related issues/diseases. Join us as we share insights on men’s health and discuss the evolving approaches to some of the common urological conditions.
Maximum Capacity
500
CME/CPE Points
2
All Healthcare Professionals
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Zoom Webinar - To register, please click the link below:
https://ihis.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eHQKd1qdTbqT2LbZV-14iA
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