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Community Health Projects 2017

03 Mar 2017

The Community Health Projects (CHP) presentation, is an annual intensive 2-day presentation session organised by the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, which showcases the findings of the various community health-related research projects undertaken by the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine’s undergraduates, under the supervision of our School’s faculty.

Recently held on 1st and 2nd March, this year’s session was attended by 300 fourth-year medical students as well as their supervisors and guests from other health agencies.

Following each student group’s presentation, the audience engaged at length in robust discussions with the presenters and offered constructive suggestions for improving research, facilitated by the CHP coordinator and SSHSPH’s Director of Undergraduate Medical Curriculum, Associate Professor Gerald Koh.

The students also learnt first-hand the various challenges their classmates faced when conducting their respective research projects, which provided valuable feedback for future research studies. The discussions also offered useful considerations and insights into effective public health policy planning and implementation in response to increasingly complex public health issues in Singapore.

                   

                

 

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