Care Connection medical seminar “Managing Rare Genetic Disorders”

CLUB RAINBOW (SINGAPORE)
presents
a new initiative under Care Connection

SEMINAR ON “MANAGING RARE GENETIC DISORDERS”

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Critical information on rare genetic disorders
Symptoms and distress signals
Options to treat/control illness and other life-saving alternatives
Monitoring and home-administered methods to improve conditions

This seminar is open to all caregivers and families, and members of the public.
Lunch will be provided.  Fun activities have been planned for your children!

With Keynote Speaker:

DR TAN EE SHIEN

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Department of Paediatrics
Genetics Service Senior Consultant, MBBS, MRCPCH(UK)

Dr Tan started practice as a general paediatrician in 2002 and subsequently trained in the area of clinical genetics and genetic metabolic disease. She is involved in medical education, in both the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS and Duke graduate medical school. She is also heavily involved in research, obtaining the Singhealth Clinician Scientist Award in 2008.

(source: www.singhealth.com.sg)


Organised by
CLUB RAINBOW (SINGAPORE)

In partnership with
RARE DISORDERS SOCIETY (SINGAPORE)

RGN Seminar 27th Mar

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