Attachment programme in Sterile and Non-sterile Compounding
To provide an opportunity for pharmacists to increase their knowledge and expertise in running a pharmacy compounding service.
Practising pharmacist. Local and foreign practising pharmacists may apply.
Expected Learning/Learning Objectives
KKH Total Parenteral Nutrition Laboratory
Minimum one/Maximum two
SGD$600 per week per candidate
Interested candidates are required to send a request in writing to
Department of Pharmacy KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital 100 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 229899
Fax: +65 6394 2465 Email:
Other documents may be requested for verification.
Clinical Attachment Programme in Oncology
To provide an opportunity for pharmacists to increase their knowledge and expertise in Paediatric and Gynaecologic Oncology in KKH.
On completion, the trainee will:
KKH Oncology Laboratory.
Department of Pharmacy
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital 100 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 229899
Attachment programme in Paediatric medicines
To provide an opportunity for pharmacy technicians or pharmacists to be exposed to paediatric medicines used in KKH.
From two to four weeks
Dispensing Pharmacy Technician/Practising Pharmacist
Expected Learning /Learning Objectives
KKH Children Inpatient Pharmacy
Minimum one/ Maximum two
Interested candidates are required to send a request in writing to:
KK Women’s and Children’s hospital 100 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 229899
Attachment programme in Obstetrics & Gynaecology (O&G) and Neonatology medicines
To provide an opportunity for pharmacy technicians or pharmacists to be exposed to drug used in O&G and Neonatology, KKH.
KKH Women Inpatient Pharmacy
Minimum one/Maximum two
Department of Pharmacy KK Women’s and Children’s hospital 100 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 229899
KKH Paediatric Pharmacy Residency Programme
This 12-month programme is designed to train pharmacists towards specialized practice focused on the care of paediatric patients by providing broad based clinical pharmacy training in a children's hospital / referral centre. The residents will be exposed to a wide range of paediatric specialties and have hands-on experience to care and manage patients’ disease. Through the programme, the resident will develop into an independent and competent paediatric pharmacist with expertise in patient care, teaching and research.
This programme adheres to the
ASHP International Accreditation Standard for Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2) Paediatric Pharmacy Residency Programs. The Six Educational Outcomes that the resident will achieve at the end of the residency are as follows:
Outcome R1: Having leadership and practice management skills in the paediatric patient care setting.
Outcome R2: Optimize the care of inpatient and outpatient paediatric patients by providing evidence-based, patient-centred medication therapy as an integral part of an interdisciplinary team.
Outcome R3: Serve as an authoritative resource on the optimal use of medications used to treat paediatric patients.
Outcome R4: Evaluate, manage, and improve the medication-use process in paediatric patient care areas.
Outcome R5: Demonstrate excellence in the provision of training or educational activities for paediatric health care professionals, health care professionals in training, and the public.
Outcome R6: Conduct paediatric pharmacy research.
* Each rotation is allowed for up to 1 repeats. # Residents, with no prior training experience in paediatric setting, will undergo 2 months of rotation in General Paediatrics.
+ Half a month of protected time for finalising project, data analysis and writing report.
Target Audience and Expected Competencies
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