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Academic and Career Seminars

The Academics Department regularly organises academic and career seminars to help students understand better what is public health. Our career seminar also provide students with an avenue to network with various organisations and companies that are associated with public health. Join one of our seminars to find out more!

NUS PHIG Public Health in Light of COVID-19 e-Seminar 2021

Speakers for the Seminar:

  1. Associate Professor Jason Yap, Vice-Dean (Practice), Director (Public Health Translation), Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health

  2. ​Ms Patricia Mondonedo, Assistant Director,  Health Screening and Management, Health Promotion Board

We were happy to hear from A/Prof Jason Yap, who talked about public health translation and what students can expect partaking in internships in public health.

It was also gratifying to hear from Ms Patricia, as she shared about HPB's work in health promotion and prevention, and various opportunities for students to learn more about health planning and management.

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NUS PHIG Discovering Opportunities in Public Health 2020

 

Speakers for the Seminar:

  1. Dr Raymond Lim, Director of Student Life & Senior Lecturer, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health

  2. ​Mr Tony Teo, Director, Environmental Public Health Operations Department, National Environment Agency |  https://www.nea.gov.sg/

  3. Mr Tan Soon Guan, Alumni

We were happy to hear from Dr Raymond Lim, who talked about public health and the curriculum we have here in NUS. He also introduced us to the new 2nd major in public health! 

It was also interesting to hear from Soon Guan about his experience of taking the public health minor and his current work in public health research. His advice to our current students was very much appreciated.

Lastly, we saw how public health was applied to various settings through the sharing of Mr Tony Teo. We were able to better understand how the Environmental Public Health Operations Department in NEA work to mitigate the public health issues in Singapore.

CFGxPHIG Discovering Opportunities in Public Health 2019

 

For our career seminar this semester, we wanted to introduce students to organisations that are doing public health related work that are less prominent but very much essential to the health of the population.

We partnered with the Centre for Future Ready Graduates (CFG) for the very first time to co-host our annual career seminar at CFG CareerSpace.

 

We invited speakers working in various domains of public health to share about their work, the public health relevance and the kind of work that their interns have previously worked on.

 


 

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