Written by multi-disciplinary faculty of the Department of Ophthalmology, National University Health System (Singapore), "Essential of Ophthalmology: For Medical School and Beyond" is a reference book for medical undergraduates and residents but the contents will also benefit family physicians who really are the first line of eye-care givers in the community.
For people who are interested to purchase one, do write to
What's in this issue:
This annual research symposium aims to provide a platform for ophthalmology residents, postgraduate students (doing a MSc or PhD) and medical students to showcase their research projects.
We hope to encourage them in their ongoing research efforts, and help develop them into independent researchers. Through this platform, we also hope to foster stronger interdisciplinary and industrial collaboration.Read More
The Senior Eye Rehabilitation (Seer) Programme takes an integrated and comprehensive approach to care that addresses the goals of the ‘whole person’ with low vision. Such goals may include regaining independence, managing the home, taking care of personal needs, and participating in the community, work and leisure activities.
Through a team-based multidisciplinary approach involving ophthalmologists, optometrists, occupational therapists, care coordinators and community-based services, the programme aims to help seniors with low vision age-in-place in their homes and within the community through a customised visual rehabilitation plan.
To learn more about the Seer Programme, please email to
We invite you to advance your medical career at NUHS and we look forward to hearing from you. For more information, please contact
Dr Anna Tan
Leizel Lee (Ms)
+65 6772 3965