The Singapore Integrated Programme (SGIP) for Haematology is a three-and-a-half year programme with extensive coverage of clinical and laboratory haematology. At the end of the programme, you should be competent in managing a wide spectrum of haematological disorders as well as run a comprehensive diagnostic laboratory.
Training will take place at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) with a short stint at the Blood Services Group, Health Sciences Authority of Singapore. During the training period, 21 months will be spent on clinical haematology which will cover various aspects of benign and malignant haematology practice and include haematopoeitic stem cell transplant.
A total of 13 months will be devoted to laboratory haematology including transfusion medicine. A further two months is allocated for elective and cross-institution attachment. The remaining six months will be devoted to mandatory postings in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. Some specific areas covered during the training include:
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