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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registered as a member before January 2021, please register as a new member as the old login ID and passwords are no longer valid.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.

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Shoulder injuries vary according to patient demographics, as well as the type of sport the patient is engaged in. With increased sports participation among multiple age groups in Singapore, there is also a greater focus on early diagnosis, treatment, and return to play. This talk aims to provide the listener with information on initial assessment and management of patients who present with sports related shoulder and elbow injuries. The talk also will briefly discuss the surgical options for common conditions, as patients often enquire about these options when consulting their primary care physicians.
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive procedure used to treat various musculoskeletal conditions including tendinopathies, fasciopathies, and soft tissue conditions ranging from acute to chronic. It utilises shockwaves to stimulate tissue regeneration and alleviate pain. This dual mechanism helps in restoring functionality and promoting healing in conditions where conventional treatments may fall short. This presentation aims to provide a comprehensive overview of ESWT, its mechanisms, and the evidence supporting its efficacy.
Ankle sprains are one of the most common sports injuries and are commonly seen in both the primary care and emergency settings. Although majority of them can be managed non-operatively with satisfactory outcomes, a systematic evaluation and correct diagnosis is key at the time of initial evaluation for provision of relevant treatment. This is to mitigate the long-term detrimental consequences such as chronic recurrent ankle instability, arthritic progression, and long-term disability and functional impairment. Hence, this talk aims to educate on the ankle ligament complex anatomy and shed some light on a comprehensive manner of evaluation and management options including when to refer and the initial treatment options
Approach to Knee Complaints in the Active Individual
Maximum Capacity
CME/CPE Points
All Healthcare Professionals
1pm to 5pm


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