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24 July 2021 | SingaporeGet Tickets
The Primary Care Grand Conference 2021 will be taking place online in its second iteration this July. The conference aims to provide doctors with updates on the latest developments across primary care, as well as avenues to facilitate collaborations among healthcare practitioners including private GPs, specialists, and allied health colleagues.
The inaugural conference last year gave primary care practitioners a platform for cross-sharing of best practices in patient care during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic among GP colleagues with special clinical interests, specialists, and allied health colleagues. Similarly, with this year's theme of "Innovation in Primary Care", practitioners are invited to share their experience with incorporating latest clinical developments in practice during and beyond the pandemic. With the increase in complexity for healthcare services arising from evolving regulations and the required measures to minimise transmission risk, there has been a need to redesign clinical care. We envision this conference will be. platform to facilitate cross-polination of latest practices among healthcare practitioners to develop holistic and interdisciplinary approaches to improve patient care.
|21 May 2021 - Early bird submission||S$99|
|11 June 2021 - Early registration||S$188|
|2 July 2021 - Regular registration||S$388|
Opening address by Guest of Honour
Speaker: Prof Leong Choon Kit, Dr Tan Teck Jack, Dr Dinesh VG, Dr Lee Yik Voon, Dr Kenneth Tan
Speaker: Dr Tham Kwang Wei
Speaker: Dr Michael Winther
Speaker: Dr Jeremy Chow
Speaker: Prof Leong Choon Kit
Speaker: Adj Asst Prof Ng Chee Keong Alvi
Thank you for a very engaging and interesting PCN conference 2020. It covered a lot of practical information relevant for my daily practice. My favourite parts were the many experienced GP speakers who shared their pearls of wisdom.
The PCN Annual Grand Conference 2020 was an excellent opportunity for clinical updates in the midst of all the COVID disruptions. Thoroughly enjoyed the sharings and tips from colleagues about practice changes to address the constraints and challenges brought about by COVID-19.
Great conference! Well-organised and good spread of speakers from different specialties based on the theme for each day. Was good for comprehensive coverage of latest developments with many new ideas to enhance patient care that I could incorporate in my practice. Looking forward to the next conference!