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WEHS Workshop – Lunch Time Parenting Series – Ready for school: Coaching your preschooler for a well-rounded school life

Date: 25 May 2018 Time: 12-1PM Venue: Seminar Room T09-04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Target Audience: Parents with children aged 3 to 6 Registration Fee: $65 per participant or $85 per couple (4 sessions) Synopsis: • This series of weekly one-hour workshops aims to provide parents of preschool children (4-6 years old) with some theoretical knowledge and practical…

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Journal Club – Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia

Date: 24 May 2018 Time: 8-9AM Venue: Seminar Room T09- 04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Speaker: Dr Iris Rawtaer, Consultant, Dept of Psychological Medicine, NUH Chairperson:  Dr Cornelia Chee, Senior Consultant, Dept. of Psychological Medicine, NUH Brief Abstract: People living with dementia often experience associated behavioural and psychological symptoms (BPSD) like aggression, agitation, psychosis, anxiety…

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WEHS Workshop – Lunch Time Parenting Series – Ready for school: Coaching your preschooler for a well-rounded school life

Date: 17 May 2018 Time: 12-1PM Venue: Seminar Room T09-04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Target Audience: Parents with children aged 3 to 6 Registration Fee: $65 per participant or $85 per couple (4 sessions) Synopsis: • This series of weekly one-hour workshops aims to provide parents of preschool children (4-6 years old) with some theoretical knowledge and practical…

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Journal Club – Local Community Support for Elderlies

Date: 17 May 2018 Time: 8-9AM Venue: Seminar Room T09- 04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Speaker: Dr Chris Tsoi, Consultant, Dept of Psychological Medicine, NUH Chairperson:  Dr Cornelia Chee, Senior Consultant, Dept. of Psychological Medicine, NUH Brief Abstract: Our G-Race OT, nurse, case manager and I will be presenting different levels of community support in…

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WEHS Workshop – Lunch Time Parenting Series – Ready for school: Coaching your preschooler for a well-rounded school life

Date: 11 May 2018 Time: 12-1PM Venue: Seminar Room T09-04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Target Audience: Parents with children aged 3 to 6 Registration Fee: $65 per participant or $85 per couple (4 sessions) Synopsis: • This series of weekly one-hour workshops aims to provide parents of preschool children (4-6 years old) with some theoretical knowledge and practical…

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Journal Club – The integrated brain: Brain connectivity and its implications

Date: 10 May 2018 Time: 8-9AM Venue: Seminar Room T09-04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Speaker: Dr Cyrus Ho, Consultant, Dept of Psychological Medicine, NUH Chairperson:  A/Prof Roger Ho, Consultant, Dept of Psychological Medicine, NUH Brief Abstract: The human brain consists of a complex network of hundreds of brain regions and thousands of interconnecting white matter…

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WEHS Workshop – Lunch Time Parenting Series – Ready for school: Coaching your preschooler for a well-rounded school life

Date: 4 May 2018 Time: 12-1PM Venue: Seminar Room T09-04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Target Audience: Parents with children aged 3 to 6 Registration Fee: $65 per participant or $85 per couple (4 sessions) Synopsis: • This series of weekly one-hour workshops aims to provide parents of preschool children (4-6 years old) with some theoretical knowledge and practical ideas…

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Journal Club – Paediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS)

Date: 3 May 2018 Time: 8-9AM Venue: Seminar Room T09-04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Speaker: Dr Cheryl Chang, Resident, Dept of Psychological Medicine, NUH Chairperson: Dr Tian Cheong Sing, Senior Consultant, Dept of Psychological Medicine, NUH Brief Abstract: Summary of review articles on this clinical entity, including diagnosis, treatment, and discussion on how this may affect…

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Journal Club – Pharmacogenomic testing and outcomes in Major Depressive Disorder

Date: 26 April 2018 Time: 8-9AM Venue: Seminar Room T09- 04, Level 9, NUHS Tower Block Speaker: Dr Jonathan Lee, Resident, Dept. of Psychological Medicine, NUH Chairperson:  Dr Lui Yit Shiang, Consultant, Dept. of Psychological Medicine, NUH Brief Abstract: Can genetic testing help us to choose antidepressants more effectively and improve clinical outcomes? Should it be routinely implemented?…

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