Clinical Practice Guideline on Sarcopenia by Chapter of Geriatricians
20 Oct 2022

Clinical Practice Guideline on Sarcopenia

by Chapter of Geriatricians, College of Physicians, Singapore

Published on 20th October 2022

Please view the document here.


Consensus Statement on Recommendations for Enhanced Primary Series (Third Dose) COVID-19 Vaccination for People with Rheumatic Diseases
22 Nov 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


[Updated] COVID-19 Vaccination for Individuals with Allergic or Hypersensitivity Disorder by Section of Clinical Immunologists and Allergists, College of Physicians, Singapore
15 Sep 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Frail Older Adults
1 Jul 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


Consensus Statement - Expansion of Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccination for People living with HIV in Singapore
28 Jun 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


Joint Statement on Possible Association Between COVID-19 Vaccination and Myocarditis/Pericarditis
14 Jun 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Patients with Neurological Diseases in Singapore
1 May 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Patients with Solid Tumor
1 May 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Individuals with Allergic or Hypersensitivity Disorder by Section of Clinical Immunologists and Allergists, College of Physicians, Singapore
4 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Cancer Patients by Chapter of Medical Oncologists, College of Physicians, Singapore
2 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases by Chapter of Cardiologists, College of Physicians, Singapore
2 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID -19 Vaccination on Benign Haematological Conditions by Chapter of Haematologists, College of Physicians, Singapore
2 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for People with Rheumatic Disease by Chapter of Rheumatologists, College of Physicians, Singapore
2 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


COVID-19 Vaccination for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients
1 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled healthcare systems and economy, and killed millions of people globally since its emergence in early 2020. Scientific research has rapidly developed accurate diagnostics and effective treatment, and tracked the evolution of different strains of SARS-CoV-2 since 2020. While face masks and social distancing have been effective in mitigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the return to normalcy requires a high level of herd immunity that cannot be attained rapidly by natural infection. Through unprecedented public and private partnership globally, the end of 2020 heralded the first evidence of highly effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines. The year 2021 is the year of COVID-19 vaccine implementation. Singapore started its national COVID-19 vaccination in January 2021. The College of Physicians Singapore is pleased to present a series of consensus statements by relevant internal medicine subspecialties in how to apply the guidance by Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination, Ministry of Health...View more


POSITION STATEMENT ON PERIOD OF INFECTIVITY TO INFORM STRATEGIES FOR DE-ISOLATION FOR COVID - 19 PATIENTS
23 May 2020

This joint paper by the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) and the Chapter of Infectious Disease Physicians, Academy of Medicine, Singapore, seeks to set out the current understanding of the infectiousness of persons with COVID-19 infection...View more


11th Medicine Review Course 2019
5 Oct 2019

The College of Physicians, Singapore will be organising the 11th Medicine Review Course, which will be held on 5 – 6  October 2019 at Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) Auditorium.

The faculty comprises expert physicians who are fellows of the Academy of Medicine and College of Physicians, Singapore.

 


27th Seah Cheng Siang Memorial Lecture, 14th College of Physicians Lecture & College Conferment Ceremony
22 Jul 2017

The 27th Seah Cheng Siang Memorial Lecture, 14th College of Physicians Lecture and College Conferment Ceremony were held on 22 July 2017 at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, in conjunction with the 51st Singapore-Malaysia Congress of Medicine.

 

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RESULTS OF NOMINATIONS FOR ELECTED COUNCILLORS (2017-2019)
5 May 2017

At the close of the nomination deadline, the Council received and accepted nominations from four Fellows for election as Council Members for the term 2017-2019. As there were only three vacancies available, a postal ballot was conducted for Fellows of the College to cast their votes.

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