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This is a rare opportunity, where in the same room, you might have busy clinicians and academic leaders. You actually start to understand how this all works together - and that's where you get the excitement, where there's understanding that bringing academic medicine to a busy clinical setting ultimately really distinguishes the healthcare delivery.                 








Prof Mary Klotman  
Dean, Duke University School of Medicine, USA


Programme >

 Allied Health Symposium
Future of Healthcare - Leadership In the Face of Uncertainty

 Track type: Symposium

Date: 18 Sep 2021


 Time: 1340 - 1510

Location: Seminar Room 5

The SingHealth Duke-NUS Allied Health Symposium will invite renowned speakers and experts to share their views on transformational leadership with millennials taking the lead in building the current and future healthcare. It is Important to recognise generational differences between clinical leaders and more junior clinicians because differences and diversity of perspectives provide value and opportunities for mutual benefit and learning. Last but not least, inputs from the new generation of healthcare professionals will be essential for them to navigate toward a future of safe, high-quality care that leverages technology and other new sources of efficiency along the way.


Seeing and Managing Polarities to Enhance Leadership and Health Care


Speaker: Dr Douglas O Loughlin



Mentoring or Managing Millenials – Do We Know the Difference?


Speaker: Dr Kinjal Doshi







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