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Opening for Public Relations Officer (PRO) in PAS EXCO

PAS would like to inform that our current Public Relations Officer (PRO), Ms Ruth Goh is unable to continue to serve with the PAS EXCO for the term going forward. We will like to take this chance to wish her all the best in her future endeavours!
As such, the position of Public Relations Officer is now open for any current, renewing PAS members who may wish to take up this position.
Please take note:
All Nominees have to be a current PA(S) Member in good standing and renewing their membership for the coming year - April 2021 to March 2022. New members joining for this coming year 2021 –...
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[ADVERT] NUS Medicine: Upcoming Core Module in Healthcare Ethics, Law & Professionalism Course (For Allied Healthcare Professionals)

This course is available to all Allied Health Professionals. Interested participants can register online at http://bit.ly/medcetapply or enquire with NUS via the email address listed in the e-brochure or at nusmedcet@nus.edu.sg  before 20 Apr 2021. All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit for this SSG-approved course. 1_CMHELP AHP 2_CMHELP AHP 3_CMHELP AHP Read moreComments are closed

Podiatry Association (Singapore) Executive Committee 2021 – 2023 Elections

Podiatry Association (Singapore) Executive Committee 2021 - 2023 Elections


The upcoming elections will be taking place during the upcoming Annual General Meeting on 22 Feb 2021.

We are pleased to announce the following nominees:

President: Kwok Siew Keong
Vice-President: Arnold Hu Hanquan
Treasurer: Supapong Supantamart (Toto)
Public Relations Officer: Ruth Goh
Continuing Education Officer: Fiona Hu Wenyan
Secretary: Vacant

Find out more about our nominees from their manifestos!

President


SK Name: Kwok Siew Keong

Nominator: Marabelle Heng; Seconder: Fiona Hu

Current Employer: Singapore General Hospital
Length of practice in Singapore: 6 years
Length of practice: 7 years
Membership with PA(S): 2018 – 2021
Past PA(S) committees: Treasurer 2019 – 2021

Manifesto:

Hi Podiatry Colleagues,
I am SK and...
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Half year membership

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Half year membership

Half year memberships now open! Sign up to get access to our online CPD Portal (Ultimate Podiatrist) and enjoy exclusive privileges for courses and corporate discounts. Be part of the PAS community and let us be part of your journey too! Membership is valid from 1 October 2020 till 31 March 2021 Register at https://bit.ly/3bHgmIm...
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The Uptake of Telehealth in Podiatry

Find out more at PAS Facebook Page
By Kwok Siew Keong & Kimberley Leow
Executive Committee, Podiatry Association Singapore

Following the nation’s Circuit Breaker implementation since 7th April, ‘non-essential’ services were required to shut its physical operations and may continue of via telecommuting and electronic means. Regretfully, Podiatry was listed as a ‘non-essential’ service from 7 to 28 April. With the collective efforts of our colleagues’ advocacy and appeals, patients’ feedback and the authorities’ reconsideration, measures have since been relaxed for allied health and Podiatry.
Think of a pressure spot that can potentially lead to ulceration and infection, or a recalcitrant ingrown toenail that leads to bad infection, or...
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Podiatry Day Message

Your feet are in good hands

Podiatry Day 2020

Message by Marabelle Heng
President, Podiatry Association Singapore

Commemorating Podiatry Day amid a Crisis

Every year, podiatrists in Singapore celebrate Podiatry Day on 21 April. Usually, the day is commemorated through events, roadshows and media interviews. This year, we mark Podiatry Day amid a pandemic and Circuit Breaker.

Role of podiatrists and allied health professionals in current outbreak
Groups of podiatrists and podiatry assistants have been deployed to assist with outbreak responses such as swab testing for COVID, screening and crisis command centre taskforce. Some stayed behind in hospitals and polyclinics to hold the...
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