16-Jul-21

Day 1 Main Conference

0900 - 0910

Opening Speech
Professor Helen Smith, Professor of Family Medicine and Primary Care
Chair of APPCRC Organising Committee

0910 - 0920

Welcome Remarks
Professor James Donovan Best
Professor of Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

0920 - 0930

Speech by our Guest of Honour
Associate Professor Tan Tze Lee
President, College of Family Physicians, Singapore

0930 - 1015

Plenary Speaker:
Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Common Mental Health Problems in Primary Care

Professor Samuel Wong
Professor and Head, Division of Family Medicine and Primary Healthcare
Director, Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care

  Oral Presentation Session 1: Technology, Chair by Dr Laurie Goldsmith

1015 - 1030

Feasibility of utilising pharmacogenetic testing with CDSS in private GP clinics in Singapore
Ms Sam Xin Hui, Family Medicine and Primary Care, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Singapore

1030 - 1045

Does a web-based patient agenda list improve satisfaction in primary care consultations? A cluster-RCT
Dr Lee Yew Kong, Dept of Primary Care Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya

1045 - 1050

Primary Care Patients’ Experiences of Teledermatology in Singapore: A qualitative study
Mr Aloysius Chow, Family Medicine and Primary Care, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Singapore

1050 - 1115

Morning Break

 

Oral Presentation Session 2: Morning Surgery, Chair by Professor Doris Young

1115 - 1130

Factors influencing primary care physicians' prescribing behavior of anticoagulants for patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation
Dr Shera Chaterji, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore

1130 - 1145

A Qualitative Research Study on the Illness Perception of Chronic Pruritus in Older Asian Adults
Dr Aminath Shiwaza Moosa, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore

1145 - 1200

Patients’ journeys to nebuliser therapy in a polyclinic during an asthma exacerbation: a qualitative study
Dr Quek Jing Sheng, National Healthcare Group Polyclinics, Singapore

1200 - 1215

Facilitators and barriers for managing adolescent mental health: A qualitative study among Family Medicine residents
Dr Victor Loh Weng Keong, National University of Singapore

1215 - 1230

Barriers and strategies of Shared Decision Making implementation in the care of Metastatic Breast Cancer
Ms Ong Siu Ching, Cancer Research Malaysia (CRMY) & Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)

1230 - 1235

Challenges in delivering breast and cervical cancer screening in public primary care clinics in Malaysia
Associate Professor Ai Theng Cheong, Dept of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia

1235 - 1240

Factors associated with family caregiver burden among frail older persons with multimorbidity
Dr DING Teck Yong Gabriel, National Healthcare Group Polyclinics, Singapore

1240 - 1245

Drivers and barriers of pneumococcal vaccination in primary care: implications for family physicians
Professor Martin CS Wong, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, Hong Kong

1245 - 1330 Lunch Break

 

Oral Presentation Session 3: Diabetes, Chair by Associate Professor Tan Ngiap Chuan

1330 - 1345

Interpretable Machine Learning Risk Model of DM and Pre-DM using Non-laboratory Factors in Primary Care
Mr Dovey Weinan DONG, University of Hong Kong, Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care

1345 - 1400

PACE-D: patient perspectives of Care and Support Planning (CSP) conversations for diabetes care
Ms Monica Ashwini Lazarus, Division of Family Medicine, National University of Singapore

1400 - 1415

Clinical effectiveness of telephone compared to face-to-face consultations for sub-optimally controlled type 2 diabetics
Dr Koh Zhong Wei Jeremy, National Healthcare Group Polyclinics, Singapore

1415 - 1430

Which patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus are not suitable for teleconsultation? An exploratory study
Dr Tun Firzara Abdul Malik, Department of Primary Care Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya

1430 - 1445

The lived experience of adults with obesity in Peninsular Malaysia: a qualitative study
Dr Nor Akma Yunus Dept of General Practice, Monash University; Dept of Family Medicine, Universiti Sains Malaysia

1445 - 1450

Enablers and Barriers to Diabetes Self-care in East Asia and Singapore: A Systematic Review
Ms Rachelle Toh Qi En, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore

1450 - 1455

Understanding the knowledge, attitudes and practices of healthy eating among low-income adolescents – a pilot study
Ms Kiki S.N. LIU, Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care, The University of Hong Kong

1455 - 1525

Afternoon Break

 
Oral Presentation Session 4: COVID, Chair by Assistant Professor Lorainne Tudor Car
1525 - 1540

Primary care lessons from the past epidemics informing the present and future: a rapid review
Dr Jane Desborough, Australian National University

1540 - 1555

A feasibility study of a school-based asthma programme in Malaysia conducted during COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Siti Nurkamilla Ramdzan, University of Malaya

1555 - 1600

Protecting nursing homes and long-term care facilities from COVID-19: a rapid review of international strategies
Ms Sally Hall Dykgraaf, College of Health & Medicine, Australian National University

1600 - 1605

Ensuring Continuity of Routine Primary Care during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Review of the International Literature
Dr Sethunya Matenge, The Australian National University

1605 - 1610

A Mobile Swabbing Booth to Address Singapore GPs’ Concerns About Swabber Protection
Dr Teo Boon See, Camry Medical Centre, Singapore

1610 - 1655

Plenary Speaker:
The Jungle of Quality of Life Measurement: Past, Present and Future

Professor Christian Apfelbacher
Professor of Epidemiology and Health Systems Research
Director of the Institute of Social Medicine and Health Systems Research, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Visiting Professor (Health Services Research), Family Medicine and Primary Care, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

1655 - 1700

Closing for Day 1


17-Jul-21

Day 2 Main Conference

0825 - 0830

Opening for Day 2

0830 - 0915

Plenary Speaker:
Revolutionizing Cardiovascular Multimorbidity Management in Primary Care through Digital Health

Professor Anis Safura Ramli
Professor of Family Medicine & Consultant Family Physician, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Deputy Director & Fellow of the Institute of Pathology, Laboratory & Forensic Medicine (I-PPerForM)

 

Oral Presentation Session 5: Workforce by Professor Tang Wern Ee

0915 - 0930

Engaging and retaining Singapore’s primary care doctors: a cross-sectional survey of GPs and family doctors
Dr Fang Yang, Family Medicine and Primary Care, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU, Singapore

0930 - 0945

Physicians’ perceptions of community pharmacists’ current and potential roles in primary care in Singapore (Pre-recorded)
Dr Shawn Tan Lien Ler, Ministry of Health Holdings, Singapore

0945 - 1000

GPs’ experience, attitudes and needs on clinical genetic services: a systematic review
Ms Cheryl Ong Siow Bin, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

1000 - 1015

Validation of the World Health Organization Well-Being Index (WHO-5) in Hong Kong Medical Educators
Dr Linda Chan, The University of Hong Kong

1015 - 1030

Does patient enrolment in primary care improve patient care? A Canadian qualitative descriptive study
Dr Laurie Goldsmith, Family Medicine and Primary Care, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU, Singapore

1030 - 1035

Priorities for family physician and general practitioner recruitment and retention in Singapore: a PRIORITIZE study
Mr Teng Yee Sean, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU, Singapore

1035 - 1105

Morning Break

 

Oral Presentation Session 6: Chronic Disease and Multimorbidity, Chair by Professor Helen Smith

1105 - 1120

Healthcare Providers' Views on Challenges in using CPGs for Patients with Multimorbidity
Mr Jyh Hean Foo, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU, Singapore

1120 - 1135

Defining and Measuring Multimorbidity in Primary Care in Singapore: Results of an Online Delphi Study
Dr Shilpa Tyagi, MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation (MOHT), Singapore

1135 - 1150

Coronary Artery Disease in Primary Care: a Diagnostic Risk Prediction Tool for Southeast Asians
Dr Zhen Sinead Wang, SingHealth Polyclinics, Singapore

1150 - 1205

Evaluation of a telemedicine intervention for patients in an adult disability home in Singapore
Dr Samandika Saparamadu, Doctor Anywhere Private Limited, Singapore

1205 - 1250

Plenary Speaker:
Young People’s Health Care in the Digital Age

Professor Lena Sanci
Head of Department, Director of Teaching and Learning, and Co-lead of the Children and Young People’s Research Stream in the Department of General Practice, The University of Melbourne

1250 - 1320

Prize Giving and Farewell


1430 - 1700

Optional Event to attend. Click event name to register

Asia Pacific Primary Care Cancer Research Group Symposium 2021