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Gaps in primary care management of urinary tract infections in Singapore

Dear Editor, Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common presentation in primary care, but gaps of care have not been well established in Singapore. UTIs...

Screen time and social-emotional skills in preschoolers with developmental, behavioural or emotional issues in Singapore

Preschool children, particularly those with developmental, behavioural or emotional (DBE) issues, are highly vulnerable to the negative effects of excessive screen viewing time (SVT)...

Balancing screen time: Insights and impact on preschool children

Over the past decade, the exposure of young children to screen devices at home and preschool has become increasingly common. Screen viewing time (SVT)...

A consensus survey of neurologists and clinical geneticists on spinal muscular atrophy treatment in Singapore

Dear Editor, Just a decade ago, spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) was considered a debilitating, progressive neuromuscular disease that inevitably led to chronic disability and a...

Comparing the effectiveness, safety and cost of teleconsultation versus face-to-face model of pharmacist-led anticoagulation clinic: A single institution experience

Dear Editor, Teleconsultation-based (TELE) anticoagulation clinic (ACC) is an alternative modality, but its use in Singapore’s clinical setting has not been well studied. In Tan...

Prevalence and risk factors of depression and anxiety in primary care

The global prevalence of individuals living with a mental disorder in 2019 was 970 million, with anxiety and depressive disorders being the most common.1...

Health District at Queenstown: Catalyst for translational research

Ageing societies dominating global demographics is not new. However, the pace of global population ageing is causing disquietude. In 2017, the global population over...

VOWELS: A communication framework for disclosing medical errors in medical oncology and palliative care

Dear Editor, Recognising the impact of medical errors on patients and the doctor-patient relationship has underscored the need for better communication.1,2 For the most part,...

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