Paediatric Integrated Neuro-Rehabilitation Service (PINS) AHP Training Programme (Online)
Thurs, 18 Feb 2021 | Developed for occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech therapists working in paediatric settings, this online training aims to provide an understanding of the scope of practice and relevant knowledge associated with paediatric neuro-rehabilitation.
Over one in three rare childhood disorders diagnosed in six years
Tues, 22 Dec 2020 | KKH BRIDGES, set up in collaboration with genomic research institutes at SingHealth, A*STAR and Duke-NUS Medical School in 2014, has helped 160 children with rare and undiagnosed conditions receive proper diagnoses, and enabled doctors to provide better care to them and their families.
New research network drives improved collaboration among public hospitals offering maternity services
Fri, 18 Dec 2020 | The Singapore Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research Network (SORN) jointly established by KKH, SGH and NUH, is seeing researchers working together on research in COVID-19, and other common yet severe obstetrics and gynaecology conditions, with the aim to improve clinical practices, as well as enable the translation of research findings into clinical practice.
Mothers pass on allergies to offspring, Singapore preclinical study shows
Fri, 30 Oct 2020 | A collaborative study by A*STAR, KKH and Duke-NUS Medical School found that maternal antibodies primed to react to specific allergens can cross the placenta, passing on transiently allergic reactions to offspring.
22 December 2020 | CHILDREN
Setting a new standard for orthopaedic and spine care in children
KKH established its first Musculoskeletal Centre, designed for children with orthopaedic and spine conditions, to provide a seamless continuum of care with a complementary suite of services and facilities sited on one campus.
8 December 2020 | CHILDREN
KK Human Milk Bank Clinches National Clinical Excellence Team Award 2020
Since its establishment in 2017, the KK Human Milk Bank has received strong public support, benefiting more than 1,910 premature and critically-ill babies in Singapore with pasteurised donor human milk.
24 November 2020 | RESEARCH
KKH Clinician Scientists Awarded National Grants For Child Health Research
The two clinician scientists are looking into the disease mechanism of childhood epilepsy, as well as improving care of critically ill children through provide nutrition using a personalised approach.