Continuing Medical Education Talk: Hearing (29 Jun 2019)
Do you know that 1 in 3 Singaporeans who are over 65 are affected by disabling hearing loss?
For most, hearing deteriorates very slowly and the early stages of hearing loss often pass unnoticed. Join this talk to find out what we can do as family physicians and what are the resources available to help them.
The Continuing Medical Education (CME) Talk series is specially organised for primary care physicians, with the aim of improving care for the elderly in the community.
Date: 29 Jun 2019 (Sat)
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: Why is advocating hearing health to your patients critical? by Dr Raymond Ngo , Senior Consultant, NUHS
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
If you have other topics of interest for future talks, do let us know.