Continuing Medical Education for Primary Care Physicians: Depression (10 Nov 2018)
Depression is a common and under-diagnosed problem in Singapore. There is often a barrier to seek care due to the stigma of having a “mental problem”. Community psychiatry resources have been developed to help reduce this barrier to care. Family physicians are well placed to manage depression well in the community.
The Continuing Medical Education series is specially organised for primary care physicians to improve care for the elderly in the community.
Time: 1 pm–3 pm
Venue: St Luke’s Hospital, meeting room beside multi-purpose hall, level 3
1 pm–1.30 pm: Registration and lunch
1.30 pm–2.15 pm: Management of depressed patients in the community by Dr Soo Shuenn Chiang, Consultant Psychiatrist, NUH
2.15 pm–2.45 pm: Case studies in community geriatric care by St Luke’s Hospital Physicians
2.45 pm–3 pm: Hospital tour
2 CME points will be accredited
Call 6697 7528 or email email@example.com
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