Let’s Talk NTU 2013
Let’s Talk NTU 2013 will see LKCMedicine and the other NTU schools sharing their latest course offerings to prospective students. To be held on 26 January 2013, the event will be held at the Marina Bay Sands, The Sands Expo and Convention Centre from 11am to 5pm. Aside from the school talks, there will be booths where prospective students can engage with faculty and other staff to learn more about NTU courses.
Imperial Curriculum Team Visits in January
The week of 14 to 24 January 2013 will be a busy two weeks at LKCMedicine when we host a group of 16 scientists, clinicians and curriculum administrators from Imperial College London led by Dr Naomi Low-Beer. Dr Low-Beer is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial, and Curriculum Lead for the London LKCMedicine Project as well as a Consultant Obstetrician.
From left to right: Dr Naomi Low-Beer, Dr Graham Easton
The team is here to meet with LKCMedicine Curriculum Leads, and will work on filming for our curriculum materials as well as present LKCMedicine lectures at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, National Neuroscience Institute and Ang Mo Kio Rehabilitation Centre.
Dr Graham Easton, GP and acting Director of Primary Care Education at Imperial will lead the filming of interviews with some of our LKCMedicine Leads. The interviews will form part of the curriculum content, giving an overview of the Leads’ respective parts of the course to our students. Dr Easton is also an experienced medical journalist and was senior producer and presenter in the BBC science unit.
Apart from intensive curriculum work, the team will be visiting various healthcare sites while in Singapore.