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BEYOND TRACK (SYMPOSIUM 3): SCREENING - TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE? (BEYOND HOSPITAL TO COMMUNITY)


Date: 12 April 2019 (Friday)
 Time: 1400hrs - 1600hrsVenue: Academia, Auditorium

Associate Professor Christopher Khor
Senior Consultant
Department of Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Director, Ambulatory Endoscopy Centre and
Inpatient & Lung Endoscopy Centre
Singapore General Hospital
Adjunct Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School                                                               
                                                          

Dr Khor’s main practice areas are in pancreato-biliary endoscopy, endoscopic resection and general gastroenterology. He has a keen interest in endoscopic quality and education, and in promoting co-operation among the regional endoscopic community. His external work includes regular faculty invitations to regional centres to demonstrate and teach endoscopy. Back home, Dr Khor led the project team that built his hospital's new Ambulatory Endoscopy Centre, a state-of-the-art facility. He co-chairs an Asia-Pacific group focused on EUS education, and was Vice-President of Asian-Pacific Digestive Week 2011 in Singapore, for which he directed the Endoscopy program. Dr Khor is the immediate past Chairman of the Chapter of Gastroenterologists, Academy of Medicine Singapore, and is a past President of the Gastroenterological Society of Singapore.

                                 

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