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Dermatological Society of Singapore

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What does Dermatological Society of Singapore do?

The Dermatological Society of Singapore is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing knowledge, promoting research, fostering regional and international cooperation in dermatology, acquiring and publishing literature, and organizing clinical meetings and events related to the field. By supporting this society, you can contribute to the ongoing education and development of medical practitioners in Singapore and beyond, ultimately improving healthcare for those suffering from skin conditions.

Founded

1986

People

lee haur yueh, liew hui min, chu poh cheong, roland, koh hong yi

Causes

Health & Wellness

Highlights

  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1986
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Advancement of dermatology knowledge and practice through education, research, and regional cooperation.
  • Promotion of scientific literature acquisition and publication for further understanding and development in dermatology field.
  • Organization of clinical meetings, seminars, conventions, and other related events to facilitate discussion and exchange of ideas among professionals.
  • Continuing medical education for medical practitioners working in the field of dermatology.
  • Encouragement of regional conferences to share knowledge and resources with neighboring countries.
  • Organization of international conferences, such as the International Union against Venereal Diseases and the Treponematoses (IUVDT), to promote global collaboration in dermatology research.
  • Representation of Singapore's dermatological community on an international stage through memberships in organizations