The College of Anaesthesiologists Singapore will be holding our 11th Refresher Course on the 8th and 9th of April 2017 at the Shangri-La Rasa Sayang Resort, Batu Ferringhi, Penang. The organizing committees headed by Assoc Prof Ti Lian Kah hopes to provide an interesting and stimulating event for our members.
The theme of the meeting is 'Riding The New Wave'. The Scientific Programme will comprise of a professional segment and an update segment. The Professional Segment will be highlighted by Assoc Prof Chen Fun Gee, who sits on the Complaints Committee of the Singapore Medical Council, and will provide insights on how and why anaesthetists get into medico-legal trouble; and Assoc Prof Chan Yew Weng, who is the Scribe and Member of the AMS Council, on what the Academy of Medicine, Singapore does and how it impacts anaesthesia. In the update segment, we will keep members informed of the latest developments in academic anaesthesia in each of our three areas of practice - anaesthesia, critical care and pain.
Thank you for your support in our 9th Refresher Course in Bali in 2015, and our 10th Refresher Course at York Hotel earlier this year. We sincerely hope that you can continue to support and contribute to our College events.
For more details on the scientific programme and registration, please click on this link.
(Program is subject to updates. Last updated on 14 February 2017)
For accommodation, please click on this link.
A/Prof Ti Lian Kah
College of Anaesthesiologists, Singapore,
Academy of Medicine, Singapore
COMBINED ANAESTHETIC MEETING
Theme: Perioperative Transfusion Medicine – Managing The Anemic Surgical Patient
Date: 22nd October 2016, Saturday
Time: 8:30am to 11:30pm
Venue: Academia – Singapore General Hospital, Level 1, Room L1-S2
Address: 20 College Rd, 169856
Prof Hwang Nian Chih
Senior Consultant Singapore General Hospital
Please click here for more details on the program.
For catering purposes, please register your interest by emailing the secretariat, Ms Chua Pei Jen at email@example.com, or call Pei Jen at 6593 7868.
COMBINED ANAESTHETIC MEETING
Theme: Enhancing Safety for the High Risk Surgical Patient
Date: 23th July 2016, Saturday
Time: 8:30am to 12:00pm
Venue: National University Health System Tower Block, Rooms 09-03 & 09-04
Dear College Fellows,
The College of Anaesthesiologists, Singapore is holding our Refresher Course 2015 at The Laguna, Bali on the 16th and 17th of May 2015.
If you have not register your interest, please register with CAS Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Pearly at 6593 7809. For more details on the scientific programme, please click on this link.
Please find attached the reservation link https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/College for The Laguna ,Bali for your accommodation.
For registration , you can click on this link for the registration form.
Dr Phillip Tseng, President
This is to inform all of you that we have now formed the Section of Pain Medicine under the College of Anaesthesiologists, Singapore. We would like to extend our invitation to all potential fellows to join us ( past or present pain specialist ) in this section. Admission criterias are stated in the attached invitation letter . Please click here for further details
If you are interested in joining the Pain Medicine Section, kindly submit your application by 15th February 2015 to secretariat, Ms Pearly Gan at email@example.com . Admission to the Pain Medicine Section is subject to review by the Pain Section Exco Committee.
We sincerely look forward to your application and welcome you on board.
Dr Yeo Sow Nam
Pain Medicine Section
Theme: The Exit ( Ex-Utero Intrapartum Treatement ) Procedure
The New Challenge in Maternal and Fetal Surgery
Date : 19th July 2014
Time: 8:30am to 11am
Venue: KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
(Lecture Theatre, Training Centre)
Guest Speaker: Dr Devendra Kanagalingam
Senior Consultant, Singapore General Hospital
The College of Anaesthesiologists, Singapore in collaboration with the Royal Perth Hospital and University of Western Australia is conducting a survey on the current use of neuromuscular blockade among anaesthesiologists (registrar and above) working in Singapore.
In support of the College of Anaesthesiology (CAS) Medical Missions Fund, AbbVie would like to invite you to participate in a photo contest to capture the meaningful moments relating to your mission trip.
Deadline for submission: 22 September 2013