At NHG, education has always played a pivotal role in our pursuit to deliver the best possible care to our patients and the community we work and live in. There are three major areas of focus:

  • Graduate Medical Education (GME) through NHG Residency;
  • Undergraduate Medical Education (UME), specifically as the principal clinical partner of Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine); and
  • Education capability and capacity development

NHG is involved in undergraduate medical education for all three medical schools in Singapore, graduate medical education and furthering education of healthcare professionals.

Our educators’ dedication and commitment to nurturing the healthcare professionals of tomorrow continue to inspire many young clinicians to aim for excellence, education and research.

The NHG Education Development Office:

  • Assists each professional group in establishing a framework for graduate professional education to ensure quality outcome.
  • Ensures and improves the quality of clinical training (for both undergraduate and postgraduate, and professional groups) in NHG institutions, through resourcing, governance and regular reviews.

NHG Teaching Excellence Awards

The NHG Teaching Excellence Awards are awarded to well deserving doctors in the teaching of their juniors and medical students to promote education. The categories are:

  • NHG Teaching Award for Junior Clinicians
    • For Residents (PGY2 and above), Medical Officers, Resident Physicians and Registrars involved in medical teaching.
  • NHG Teaching Award for Non-Physicians
    • For non-Physicians who are involved in medical teaching.
  • NHG Outstanding Education Partners Awards
    • For non-NHG Faculty (doctors) who have contributed to NHG education initiative, e.g. doctors from National Neuroscience Institue (NNI) and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH), Visiting Consultants, Adjunct Family Physicians.
  • NHG Education Leaders Award
    • For educators who have demonstrated leadership in education administration

With the changes in the clinical training landscape, e.g. Residency Programmes and the need to train more nurses, pharmacists and allied health professionals, the NHG Teaching Awards for Postgraduate Year Ones (PGY1s) was initiated in 2011. New awards for various professional groups (Nursing, Pharmacy and Allied Health Services) are in the pipeline.

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