Pandemic Struggles Vol 4: Doctors (Part I) Last updated on
The Pandemic Struggles series will not be complete without the doctors' perspectives. Being the key front-liner in triage, screening, diagnosis and prescribing, this battle to COVID-19 would have been lost without them. In our special two-part episode, we share a snippet of the challenges faced by a doctor who has been serving for 9 years [...]
Subtle Reminders: We are NOT out in the clear (yet) Last updated on
Four months into the Movement Control Order since 18th March 2020, life has never been the same for us anymore. Masks, hand sanitisers, QR codes for contact tracing, temperature checks… these are new norms as we re-enter our normal lives till this day. Who would have thought we are able to experience a pandemic in [...]
Pandemic Struggles Vol 3: Medical Assistants Last updated on
Medical assistants - one of the frontliners that we are not as familiar with, but nonetheless key personnel in handling the pandemic. In this week's Pandemic Struggles, we take a look at the challenges that a medical assistant have during the toughest parts of the MCO. Can you introduce a little about yourself? My name [...]
Pandemic Struggles Vol 2: Nurses Last updated on
In this week's Pandemic Struggles, we take a closer look at one of the key personnel that often is underappreciated because of the intensity of the work they do: nurses. Easily the most labour-intensive role in the healthcare team, we got in touch with a nurse working in a hospital Emergency Department to understand the [...]
While Waiting for My PRP… Last updated on
Four years of pharmacy school - full of joy, tears, sweat, blood and sleepless nights. Sounds tough but it’s finally over with a new life journey ahead. As a pharmacy graduate, the next step is to become a pre-registered pharmacist aka PRP. Thanks to the liberalisation program, some of us can undertake our PRP training [...]