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.

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Teleconsultation at KKH

Telemedicine at KKH is enabling patients to receive convenient and accessible healthcare, wherever they are. Watch this video on how teleconsultations are conducted at KKH, and the benefits to patients and their families.

#TogetherWeCan: Fighting against COVID-19

The KKH family is joined in the nationwide response against COVID-19. Colleagues share their challenges, motivations and personal messages as the work together to keep patients and the community safe.

Helping children with limb deformities walk again

3D-printing is used at KKH to create anatomically accurate limb models, enabling a wide range of intervention and reconstruction options for children with complex and rare lower limb discrepancies and deformities.

Nurse on Duty - Advanced Practice Nurse

Watch our Nurse on Duty - Nurse Clinician and Advanced Practice Nurse Zeng Yanyin - as she uses her expanded nursing and clinical assessment skills to bring about the best possible health outcomes for young patients.

Nurse on Duty - Delivery Suite

One-third of all babies in Singapore are born right here at KKH. Join our Nurse on Duty - Senior Nurse Clinician Junaidah Bte Nawi - to find out how midwives are leading in nursing practice to provide care and medical attention to mothers-to-be at the KKH Delivery Suite.

Nurse on Duty - Women's Day Therapy Centre

More than 6,600 women in Singapore are diagnosed with cancer every year. Join our Nurse on Duty - Assistant Nurse Clinician Florinda Lazatin Gamboa - to find out how nurses play a key role in guiding patients with cancer through their treatment journey.

Nurse on Duty - Children's Intensive Care Unit

How do nurses provide critical care for children with high-risk and complex conditions? Go behind the scnees in the KKH Children's Intensive Care Unit with Nurse Manager Chandra Sekaran Pethaperumal - our Nurse on Duty.

Breast Cancer - Is it Preventable?

Early detection saves lives. Hear from Dr Lim Geok Hoon, Senior Consultant, KK Breast Department, KKH as she shares about the common symptoms of and treatment options for breast cancer.

What is Endometriosis - Symptoms and Treatments

Endometriosis is a common condition which affects up to 1 in 10 women. Hear Dr Wei-Wei Wee-Stekly, Consultant, Minimally Invasive Surgery Unit, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, KKH, explains what is endometriosis, the common symptoms and treatment options for this condition.

Tips on Building Resilience in Your Child

Dr Lois Teo, Head and Senior Principal Psychologist, Psychology Service, KKH shares tips to build resilience in children and recommendeds screen time for parents and children.

Improve Your Fertility

Fertility issues can affect 1 in 8 couples. Hear from Adj Assoc Prof Prof Tan Heng Hao, Head and Senior Consultant, Department of Reproductive Medicine and Director of KKIVF Centre, KKH as he touches on factors that may affect fertility, tips to optimise conceptions, and when to seek medical attention.

Cervical and Breast Cancers - Are These Women's Cancers Preventable?

Early detection saves lives. Hear from Dr Felicia Chin, Associate Consultant, Department of Gynaecological Oncology and Dr Lim Geok Hoon, Senior Consultant, KK Breast Department, KKH as they share about the common symptoms of and treatment options for women's cancers - cervical and breast cancers.

Tips for Successful Breastfeeding

Hear from the KKH experts, Ms Cynthia Pang, Assistant Director and Ms Sharon Lee, Nurse Clinician, from the Lactation Services of KKH, on the importance and benefits of breastfeeding your newborn, the correct breastfeeding techniques and signs that your newborn is getting enough breastmilk.

Red Flags in Child Development

All parents want the best for their child. A good strong foundation sets the path for optimal growth and development. Adj Assoc Prof Mary Daniel, Head and Senior Consultant from the Department of Child Development, KKH talks about the importance of early identification of developmental delays, monitoring your child's development using the child's health booklet, and resources available in the community to provide timely assessments and intervention for the child.

How do you know when your child is having a fever?

Dr Jade Kua, Consultant, Department of Emergency Medicine, KKH gives advice on what you could do if your child has a fever, tips to care for your child and when or where to seek medical care.