MedTalk Evening: Clinician Educator - Embracing Patient Care and Passion for Teaching

Start Date & Time: 
Thursday, 20 September, 2018 - 18:00
End Date & Time: 
Thursday, 20 September, 2018 - 20:00
Venue: 

Duke-NUS Medical School 8 College Road S169857 Amphitheatre (Level 2)

Speaker Details: 

Prof Dr Robert Kamei
Associate Provost (Education) and Director
Institute for Application of Learning Science and Educational Technology

Speaker Details: 

Dr Lai Siang Hui
Senior Consultant, Department of Anatomic Pathology, Singapore General Hospital
Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
Director, SingHealth Tissue Repository
Director, Advanced Molecular Pathology Laboratory, SingHealth
Associate Editor, Proceedings of Singapore Health
Pioneer Fellow, Academic Medicine Education Institute, SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC

Synopsis: 

Duke-NUS Medical School, with its emphasis on teamwork, leadership, research, creativity and critical thinking, trains individuals from diverse backgrounds through MD and PhD programmes. Graduates will be able to bring different perspectives and apply their skills into the practice of medicine, moving into areas like clinical innovation, clinical leadership, clinical education and more. Learn about these opportunities in Medicine at our quarterly MedTalk Evenings, a series featuring various guest speakers from different backgrounds who are making an impact in their unique ways. Students and working adults from all backgrounds are welcome.

Programme:

6pm Clinician Educator - Embracing Patient Care and Passion for Teaching by Prof Robert K Kamei, Associate Provost (Education) and Director Institute for Application of Learning Science and Educational Technology, NUS
6.40pm Sharing Session by Dr Lai Siang Hui, Senior Consultant, Department of Anatomic Pathology, Singapore General Hospital and Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
7pm Q&A with Admissions representatives
7.30pm Refreshments & Networking with Duke-NUS Students

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Refreshments will be provided.