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21 Jul 2014

  Know more about SMA Charity Fund
We may be a new charity but our history started back in 2007. Beyond just providing financial assistance to medical students from needy families, we have other initiatives to help shape the medical profession and create lasting impact to healthcare in Singapore. Still curious about what we do ? Watch our video now!
 
 
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21 Jul 2014

  Life in Pixels Photo Competition: SUNRISE/SUNSET
Stand a chance to win a $50 voucher by participating in the Life in Pixels SMA News Photo Competition (theme: SUNRISE/SUNSET). What's more, your photo may be printed in the September 2014 issue of SMA News. Send your best photographs along with your name and MCR number (or matriculation number for students) to lifeinpixels@sma.org.sg. All photographs submitted must be in JPEG format and sized to at least 2480 x 3508 pixels. Do include suitable captions. Competition open to SMA members in good standing only. Closing date: 17 August 2014.
 
 
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07 Jul 2014

  SMA comments on palliative care training
SMA 1st Vice President Dr Wong Tien Hua responded to suggestions that palliative care training should be made compulsory for all doctors. He opined that the best way forward is to find out the interests of doctors, whether they have more interest in treating elderly patients and chronic conditions, or are more accustomed to treating acute conditions.
 
 

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Calendar of events

 

SMA Medical Convention

SMA National Medical Convention: Allergies
  

The Annual National MedicoLegal Seminar 2014

Understanding Mental Capacity - Concepts & Current Practice
  

SMA Seminar: Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) Advisory Guidelines for Healthcare Sector

This workshop aims to help participants understand the application of the PDPA as a baseline law underlining existing ethical and legal frameworks in the healthcare sector. It also provides an opportunity for questions and answers with invited speakers from the Personal Data Protection Commission and the Ministry of Health, on its impact on medical practices.