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registered as a member before January 2021, please register as a new member as the old login ID and passwords are no longer valid.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


04
Jun
2022
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04
Jun
2022
Glaucoma is widely known as the silent thief of vision. Most patients with glaucoma are asymptomatic in the early stages, and when they eventually present with complaints of blurred vision, they would have lost a significant portion of their visual fields. This talk aims to discuss the diagnosis and management of glaucoma, highlight important risk factors and answer commonly asked questions surrounding this blinding condition.

We will also share the pathogenesis, risk factors, complications and the management of myopia and allergic Eye disease.

Please scroll down and click "View More" for the programme and registration link.
Maximum Capacity
500
CME/CPE Points
0
General Practitioners
2.00pm – 3.00pm
Zoom Webinar
NUH GPLC
11
Jun
2022
TO
11
Jun
2022
Eyelid conditions can affect one or both eyes – this may occur from a young age, or may develop gradually as we age. They contribute to our overall sense of well-being as well as comfort. Although most of the time it affects appearance alone, this may affect a person's vision and can also signal other serious health issues involving the muscles, nerves, brain and even eye sockets.

We will be sharing the red eye protocol used in NUP Polyclinics and the rationale behind the approach as well as an approach to a patient with chronic blurring of vision including red flags to detect in such patients.

Please scroll down and click "View More" for the programme and registration link.
Maximum Capacity
500
CME/CPE Points
1
General Practitioners
2.00pm - 3.00pm
Zoom Webinar
NUH GPLC

 

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