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KKH Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Symposium: Understanding and Managing Assay Interference

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Date:
20 August 2019 (Tuesday)

Time:
8 am - 12.15 pm

Venue:
Auditorium, KKH Women's and Children's Hospital

Registration:
Registration is free. CME points has been applied for. 
Click here to register. Certificat of attendance will be given to all attendees.

For enquiries, please contact Ms Murni at murni.pokol@kkh.com.sg

 

 


 

Pathology Today 2019 - Moving Beyond the Microscope: Updates in Cervical Cancer Screening in Singapore

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Date:
14 September 2019 (Saturday)

Time:
12.30 pm - 5 pm 
Lunch will be provided at 12.30 pm

Venue:
Academia, Level 1, Auditorium
20 College Road, Singapore General Hospital
Singapore 169856

Registration:
Registration is free and CME points will be awarded. 
Click here to register now!

For enquiries, please contact Ms Tan Xiao Hui, Pathology ACP at
tan.xiao.hui@sgh.com.sg.

 


3rd SGH Clinical Pathology Frontiers in Technology Workshop

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Date:
4 October 2019 (Friday)

Time:
8.30 am - 5.30 pm

Venue:
Academia, Singapore General Hospital
Level 2, Procedural Skills Lab 2A+B
20 College Road, Singapore 169856

About the Workshop:

The theme - Elusive Pre-Analytics - encompasses the start point
in clinical laboratory testing. An important component of the full
testing cycle, it is vital and important to appreciate that
pre-analytical variables can significantly impact downstream
processes and eventually the test results. Paticipants will apprciate
the myriad issues of pre-analytics and how to avoid common pitfalls.

Registration (Limited Seats):
- Workshop fees: SGD 200
- Early Bird/SSP Members/Chapter Members: SGD 165 (by 31 Jul 2019)
- Closing date: 20 Sep 2019

For more course details and registration, please contact Ms Nuradlina
at 6576 7502 or nuradlina.nuruddin@sgh.com.sg.

 


10th Anniversary SGH Breast Pathology Course 2019: A New Blue - Refreshing reviews of breast diseases

 

Date:
8 - 10 November 2019 (Friday - Sunday)

Venue:
Division of Pathology
Academia, Diagnostics Tower
20 College Road, Singapore General Hospital
Singapore 169856

Who should attend:
Practising pathologists, pathology fellows and residents, and clinicians managing breast conditions.

For more course details and registration, please visit:
http://www.sgh.com.sg/BreastPathologyCourse

 


SGH Haematolymphoid Pathology Workshop: Nodal T-cell Lymphoma - Navigating Diagnostic Issues and Pitfalls

 

Date:
11 November 2019 (Monday)

Venue:
Division of Pathology
Academia, Diagnostics Tower
20 College Road, Singapore General Hospital
Singapore 169856

Who should attend:
Practising pathologists, oncologists, haematologists, residents
and trainees, research scientists, medical practitioners and students.

For more course details and registration, please visit:
http://www.sgh.com.sg/haematolymphoidpathologyworkshop

 


Celebrating the Life and Legacy of a Mentor Extraordinaire

“Dr Minnie Pang was such a special individual in so many ways; we cannot fill her shoes but we can try to emulate the lessons she taught us.”   Dr Minnie Pang
Celebrating the life and legacy of a mentor extraordinaire  
A new fund has been established to recognise the contributions of the late Dr Minnie Pang and to continue her legacy of mentoring leaders in the field of pathology.  
Read more about Dr Minnie Pang and the new academic fund: https://www.singhealth.com.sg/news/giving-philanthropy/celebrating-the-life-and-legacy-of-a-mentor-extraordinaire

 


Pathology ACP - Today's Research & Tomorrow's Cures

Watch full video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/L-8MrXnPOtw

Pathologists specialise in diagnosing and understanding the causes of disease to ensure you and your loved ones receive the most appropriate treatment.

Watch this video and hear how the correct diagnosis helped to save a mother's life and learn more about the pioneering research conducted by SingHealth-Duke NUS Pathology Academic Clinical Programme (ACP).

 


Investigating Diseases

Watch full video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/nemvCqyrchw 

Disease is like an enemy - to defeat it, you must study, understand and identify its weakness.

Watch Assoc Prof Tony Lim and his team from SGH Division of Pathology investigate 'enemies' and their characteristics to find optimal treatment and uncover potential cures for patients. Your support fuels innovative science that leads to tomorrow's cures.

Be part of our life-saving research by visiting http://www.singhealth.com.sg/giving and choose Pathology.

 

 

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