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Writing Effective Papers & Reports


This programme aims to equip participants with the skills in writing reports and papers that are convincing, reader-oriented and well-organised. 

Learning Objectives

The programme will cover the following topics:

  • Qualities of good writing in the public service
  • Critical thinking & reasoning skills
  • Eight standards to measure the quality of thinking & reasoning
  • Strategic overview of the writing process
  • Poor report writing practices
  • Writing well-reasoned & persuasive reports
  • SingHealth report writing protocols
  • Effective writing styles
  • Summarising key ideas in report writing
  • Coherence & cohesion in report writing
  • Grammar & syntax
  • Use of appropriate words
  • Sentence construction
  • Paragraph organisation
  • Introduction of SHS standard paper template

Target Audience

All healthcare professionals from SingHealth and its institutions who would like to learn how to write or improve their skills in writing excellent papers and reports. 

Dates

29 - 30 Jul 2019

3 - 4 Oct 2019

18 - 19 Nov 2019

13 - 14 Jan 2020

3 - 4 Feb 2020



Time

9.00am to 5.30pm  
Registration starts from 8.30am

 

Course Fees

S$590 (SingHealth rate, excluding GST) 
S$690 (non-SingHealth rate, excluding GST) 

Note: The full course fee will be charged for withdrawal received less than 2 weeks before the course commencement date.

Class Size

15 - 20 pax

Venue

SingHealth Academy
Connection One, 168 Jalan Bukit Merah Tower 3 #06-07 Singapore 150168

Organiser

SingHealth Academy 

Trainer

 Chia Siang Pio 

About the Trainer:
Chia Siang Pio graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Second Upper Honours Degree in History. She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Education. After a short teaching stint, she worked in the Ministry of Defence's Director (Policy) Office for seven years; writing policy papers, speeches and talking points for Minister and Permanent Secretary (Defence). She had also served as the key policy advisor to the Minister on overseas trips and was selected to represent MINDEF in several conferences abroad. She was also formerly a Deputy Director in the Incentives and Finance Division of the Singapore Workforce Development Agency. Leading a team of forty managers and executives, she headed the administration of the Skills Development Fund. Her work also included the formulation of funding and incentives policies as well as the evaluation of internal budget papers.


Registration Details

NOTE: Please ensure that you submit the training request form to your respective HR departments for approval before sending in your registration.


To register, please email the following information to healthleadership@singhealthacademy.edu.sg -   

Course Title:  
Full name:  
Contact number:
Designation:
Department:
Institution:
Email address:


Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful registrants will be notified via email with information on payment details.

   
In line with the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), please note that we have updated our SingHealth Data Protection Policy, a copy of which is available at http://www.singhealth.com.sg/pdpa. Hard copies are also available on request.


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