3 & 4 Mar 2023
Raffles City Convention Centre


We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of you for joining us at the inaugural Singapore Primary Care Conference 2023. With your participation and support, this conference was a resounding success!
We sincerely thank the College of Family Physicians Singapore (CFPS) and the three polyclinic clusters, National Healthcare Group Polyclinics (NHGP), National University Polyclinics (NUP), and SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP), for their close collaboration in making this event possible.
We would like to express our deepest appreciation to the local and international experts who shared their expertise with us on care models of the future, innovation and technology in primary care, and the latest clinical updates on common conditions in the primary care setting. This led to enriching discussions and will help strengthen the primary care landscape in Singapore.
We would like to thank all attendees for your participation, enthusiasm, and dedication to primary care. We hope that the conference has provided you with the opportunity to catch up with old friends, develop new friendships and networks, and celebrate the achievements of our primary care colleagues. We trust that the knowledge and insights gained from the conference will be valuable in your practice and contribute to the betterment of primary care.
Finally, we would like to congratulate all the winners of the Singapore Primary Care Conference 2023 Research Competition. Your dedication and hard work in advancing the field of primary care research have been truly inspiring.

Research Competition Winners

Oral Presentation:
1st Prize Asst Prof Sabrina KW Wong
Diet and physical-activity network models in young and usual-onset diabetes
2nd Prize Ms Jacqueline De Roza
Reducing Fear of Falling and falls among community-dwelling older adults
3rd Prize Dr Eugene Chua Yu Cong
Depression in Primary Care: Prevalence and its Associated Factors
Merit 4 Dr Goh Lay Hoon
Patients’ perspectives on GP networks providing diabetes care in Singapore
Merit 5 Mr Meng Xian Kun
Outcome-based Evaluation of a Foundational Training Programme for Entry
to-Practice Pharmacists
Merit 6 Ms Wang Xuefei
Healthcare Providers’ experiences when advising on breast cancer screening
Poster Presentation:
1st Prize Dr Ng Xin Rong
Assessing health outcome priorities of older adults with multimorbidity
2nd Prize Dr Victor Loh
Youth Mental Health Screening amongst Primary Care Physicians in Singapore
3rd Prize Dr Taiju Rangpa
Anticoagulation Control for Atrial Fibrillation with Warfarin in Primary Care
1st Prize Ms Dana Koh Hui Min
Factors influencing peri-menopausal and menopausal women to undergo
osteoporosis screening
2nd Prize Mr Ian Tan Sheng Feng
Tailored and Targeted Counselling for Patients Started on Chronic Medications
3rd Prize Ms Chan Cheuk Ying
Factors associated with diabetes medication adherence in primary healthcare

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