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A Look Back: Tomorrow's Medicine in 2016

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SGH Surgery Div Chair and clinician philanthropist Dr Tan Hiang Khoon relates a touching story of his motivations in fundraising.
SNEC's Assoc Prof Audrey Chia acknowledges the issue of burnout among Residents, and suggests ways to help them bounce back.
When brain death occurs unexpectedly in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), families are often in a state of shock, struggling to accept their loved one's passing.
To strengthen infection control, Senior Nursing Personnel in KKH have come together to combat 'familiarity blindness' and improve hygiene standards.
Dr Puneet Seth from SGH's Dept of Emergency Medicine opines the importance of palliative care in an emergency department.
Internal Medicine Residency's winning formula
Dedicated faculty, talented residents and two consecutive wins at the Inter-Sponsoring Institute Medical Jeopardy prove SingHealth's Internal Medicine Residency Program a force to be reckoned with.

Your favourite personalities:

"I met my wife Elizabeth at a convent funfair. We got married after 5 years of courtship, and enjoyed 62 blissful years together."
- Mr Victor Sim, Winner of Singapore Health Inspirational Patient and Caregiver Award 2016
"My experience in neonatal nursing has made me more caring, more sensitive and most importantly, stronger."
- Low Zhen Luan, Senior Staff Nurse, Surgical ICU, SGH
"It is the people around me who shape and inspire me."
- Prof Koo Wen Hsin, Chairman, Division of Medicine, SKH


Your most watched videos:

Our calling - Nurses, the Pride of SingHealth
The multifaceted role of a nurse is a big shoe to fill, to be one is indeed a calling. No matter the challenges that come their way, our nurses are ready to be that force for change for our patients.

Target Zero Harm
Target Zero Harm is a goal in all SingHealth institutions. It is the goal we chase in ensuring our patients receive the care they deserve – safe care.

Cross-Institution Appointment Booking - It's Possible!
A simple change might lead to a massive overhaul of our usual procedures at work. Together, our staff involved in Service Transformation projects believed that this do makes a difference in our patients' lives.


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