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Continuing Medical Education for Doctors

Continuing Medical Education (CME) plays an important role in keeping medical professionals current with changes in medicine.

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital organises regular Continuing Medical Education Programme to update you of the latest trends and practice.

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Scheduled CMEs for 2018

Please click on the respective events for more details and registration.

For enquiries pertaining to GP CMEs and events, please feel free to get in touch with us:

GP Engagement Office
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
Mobile: 91142819

(Sat, 1pm - 5pm)
Presenting DepartmentRegister
January 27 Jan 2018 General Surgery
February 10 Feb 2018 Ortho/Sports
Hand & Wrist - The Journey
March 17 Mar 2018 Ophthalmology
Practical Approach to Eye Case Scenarios
April 14 Apr 2018 Diabetes
Care of Complex Diabetic Patients in the Community
28 Apr 2018 General Surgery  
May 5 May 2018 DDR
Role of Imaging in Superficial Lumps
12 May 2018 Geriatrics  
19 May 2018 General Surgery
Upper Bariatric
26 May 2018 ENT  
July 7 Jul 2018 Orthopaedics  
14 Jul 2018 Psychological Medicine  
21 Jul 2018 Urology  
28 Jul 2018 Endocrinology  
August 25 Aug 2018 General Surgery
September 8 Sep 2018 Renal  
15 Sep 2018 Health For Life
22 Sep 2018 Sports Medicine  
29 Sep 2018 General Medicine  


General Physician - Specialist Partnership Project

Yishun Community Hospital, Tower E, Level 4, Hansei 3.

Date & TimeModule
Module 1

1 July 2017 (Sat)
2pm - 4pm
Assessment and Outpatient Management of Common Anorectal Conditions: Anal Fissure, Hemorrhoid, Anorectal Abscess and Fistula.
Asst Prof Surendra M

Skills learned: examination techniques; Digital Rectal Examination; Proctoscopy; incision and drainage of perianal hematoma and abscesses; injection and banding of piles
Module 2

7 October 2017 (Sat)
2pm - 4pm
Recognition and Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Constipation and Fecal Incontinence.
Dr Pauleon Tan & Asst Prof Surendra M

Skills learned: pelvic floor muscle training; biofeedback; use of laxatives and antidiarrheals; update of new treatment modalities
Module 3

13 January 2018 (Sat)
2pm - 4pm
Wound Care and Care of Patient with Stoma.
Dr Daniel Lee & SSN Lynn Tan

Skills learned: examination of a wound; types of dressing materials and their uses; removal of sutures; assessment and care of a stoma; stoma appliances and uses
Module 4

7 April 2018 (Sat)
2pm - 4pm
Risk Stratification, Referral Criteria and Follow-up Protocols for Patients with Colorectal Polyps and Cancer.
Asst Prof Sim Hsien Lin

Skills learned: referral criteria; familiarization of follow-up protocols of colorectal polyps and cancers

Click here to view brochure.

Each module will be accredited with CME point.

Certificate of completion will be awarded to all successful candidates.

FEE: Single module: $75.00, All modules: $150
REGISTRATION: Closing date 15 June 2017. To register, please email to

GP Diabetes Engagement CME Programme

Weekday Lunch-time CME Talks
Tuesday, 1pm to 2 pm
AdMC Diabetes Centre, Learning Centre, Level 4
Admiralty Medical Centre
676 Woodlands Drive 71
Kampung Admiralty, S(730676)

Date TopicsSpeaker
10 October 2017
Optimal Management of heart failure in our diabetic patients. Dr Dinna Soon Kar Nee
Consultant, Cardiology
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
24 October 2017
How to deliver Patient Centric Care for our DM patients using the Year of Care Model. Dr Yew Tong Wei
Consultant, Endocrinology
National University of Singapore
7 November 2017
Management of Anxiety and Depression in our diabetic patients Dr Surej John
Consultant, Psychological Medicine
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
5 December 2017
Does my patient have Familial Hypercholesterolaemia? How do we identify and treat such patients? Prof Subramaniam Tavintharan
Director and Senior Consultant
Diabetes Centre
Admiralty Medical Centre

RSVP to Ms Mel Lee at before the actual CME date.

Lunch will be served at 12.30 pm
To help us with the catering, please kindly confirm your attendance (2 days in advance) with Ms Mel Lee.

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