7th Public Health & Occupational Medicine Conference & 1st International Public Health Conference (7th PHOM-IPHC)
 

Date: 1 - 2 October 2012

Venue: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

Organisers: College of Public Health & Occupational Physicians, Singapore

          National University of Singapore Saw Swee Hock School of  Public Health

 

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CME Lectures 2012 (co-organised with National University of Singapore Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health)
 

Date: April - June 2012

Venue: Casuarina Room, #02-01, MD3, National University of Singapore Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health

Organisers: College of Public Health & Occupational Physicians, Singapore

          National University of Singapore Saw Swee Hock School of  Public Health

 

Date Speaker Topic

12 April

 

Dr Bo Fu
Lecturer in Biostatistics
School of Community Based Medicine, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

 

Statistical Solutions: Debiased Inference About Hepatitis C Virus-Infected Communities When Analyzing Diagnosed Patients Referred To Liver Clinics


Venue :
Auditorium, Center for Life Sciences,
National University of Singapore
28 Medical Drive
Singapore 117456

13 April Dr Jingmei Li, PhD
Human Genetics
Genome Institute of Singapore
Singapore
Mammographic Density as A Predictor of Breast Cancer Risk and Outcome: An Introduction and A Summary of Recent Findings
16 April Assoc Prof Federico Girosi
Population Health at the School of Medicine
University of Western Sydney
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Building a Microsimulation for the Analysis of Health Care Reform: Lessons From the RAND ‘COMPARE’ Model
20 April Dr Alan Shiell
CEO
Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science
Australia
Evaluating Efforts To Build A Prevention System
30 April Prof Maarten J IJzerman
Professor & Chair
Dept of Health Technology & Services Research
University of Twente
The Netherlands
Patient-Centered Benefit-Risk Assessment Using Preference Elicitation Techniques
3 May Dr David Shing Mun Huen
Dept of Genetics
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom

Controlling Insect Populations with a Homing
Endonuclease-Based Gene Drive System


Venue:
Auditorium Centre for Life Sciences
National University of Singapore
28 Medical Drive
Singapore 117456

24 May Dr Miguel A Sanjoaquin Polo
Lecturer in Epidemiology
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Malawi
Disease Pattern and Economic Burden of Admission : Data From Over 7000 Patients Admitted in a Large
21 June Dr Falk Müller – Riemenschneider, MSc
Head Project Division Cardiovascular Research, Teaching Coordinator
Institute of Social Medicine, Epidemiology and Health Economics – Charité University Medical Centre Berlin - Germany
Improving Patient Care, Improving Population Health – Examples of Health Services Research and Health Promotion Projects in Germany