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*Programme will be conducted in GMT+8 timezone

Saturday, 3 July 2021


Programme Outline

08:15 - 09:00

Breakfast Symposium

This symposium is supported by Galderma

Management of Mask-Related Skin Problems

A/Prof Derrick Aw

Senior Consultant, 
Dermatologist, Sengkang General Hospital, 

09:00 - 09:45

Plenary 1

A Brave New World


Dr Camilla Wong

Chief Pharmacist,

Ministry of Health,


09:45 - 10:00

10:00 - 10:45


Plenary 2

The interchangeability of Biotech Products: Issues to Consider Now and Further into our 'OMICS Future

Prof Robert Sindelar
Professor and Dean Emeritus,

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,

The University of British Columbia,


10:45 - 11:15


11:15 - 12:45

12:45 - 13:00

13:00 - 14:00

14:00 - 15:45

15:45 - 16:15

16:15 - 17:15

17:30 - 19:00


Track 1A

Lessons from COVID-19

Therapeutic Options for COVID-19

Ms Grace Hoo

Senior Pharmacist (Specialist),
National Centre for Infectious Diseases, 


Thrombotic Complications in COVID-19 Patients

Dr Tan Chuen Wen
Consultant, Department of Haematology,

Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Pharmacist’s Action against COVID-19—Pharmaceutical Care in Fangcang Shelter Hospital

Ms Cheng Fang 
Senior Pharmacist,
Wuhan Union Hospital, 
Tongji Medical College,
Huazhong University of Science and Technology,

Track 2A 

Practice Pearls

Medication Management with End Stage Renal Failure at the End of Life

Dr Sim Mui Hian

Principal Clinical Pharmacist, 
Singapore General Hospital, 

Schizophrenia Patients’ Adherence with the Second-Generation Antipsychotic Agents

Prof Hiroyuki Kamei

Office of Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Health Care Management Faculty of Pharmacy,
Meijo University, Japan

Building Resilience at Work

Ms Evangeline Tan

Senior Principal Psychologist and Head,
Department of Psychology, 
Sengkang General Hospital 

Track 3A

Educating Future Pharmacists for Workplace Readiness in a Changing Landscape

An Integrated Curriculum for Pharmacy Professional Education

Prof Paul Gallagher

Deputy Head-Clinical, Department of Pharmacy, National University of Singapore,


E-Learning - Going Beyond the Knowledge Frontier

Dr Wang Aiwen

Principal Clinical Pharmacist,
Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Enhancing Learning Transfer with Technology Integration to Train Future-Ready Graduates

Dr Fung Fun Man

National University of Singapore,


Layered Learning Practice Models in Interprofessional Education Within Ambulatory Care Settings

Associate Prof Jessica Skelley

Department of Pharmacy Practice,

Samford University,

United States of America

Track 4A 

Regulatory / Government – Strategic Planning, Report Sharing, Pharmacovigilance

Health Sciences Authority’s E-Labelling Initiative

Mr Mark Wong

Regulatory Consultant, Therapeutic Products Branch,

Medicinal Products,

Pre-market Cluster,

Health Products Regulation Group,
Health Services Authority, Singapore

HEALTH Literacy at our HUB – Singapore’s Journey Towards the Vision of 1-Drug 1-Medication Information

Ms Lim Woan Chyi

Principal Pharmacist, 

Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

The Influence of Health Regulatory and Medication Policy on Clinical Pharmacy Practice

Prof Zhang Chao
Department of Pharmacy,
Beijing Tongren Hospital, Capital Medical University,


ACCP President

Prof Kwon Kwang-il

Lunch Symposium 1


This symposium is supported by DCH Auriga

Probiotics and Gut Health, Where is the Evidence?

Adj A/Prof Gwee Kok-Ann

Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine,
National University of Singapore, 
Consultant Gastroenterologist, Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore

Lunch Symposium 2

This symposium is supported by Procter & Gamble Health

(P&G Health)

Making Common Cold Less Common- Advances in Early Intervention for Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

Lunch Symposium 3

This symposium is supported by Johnson & Johnson

Prostate Cancer

Lunch Symposium 4

Track 1B

Practice Models

Contributing to More Seamless Hospital-to-Community Transitions

Mr Lim Cher Wee

COO and IGH,
Programme Director,
MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation,


Collaborative Practice for a Pharmacist in Behavioral Health

Dr Jessa M. Koch

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice,
School of Pharmacy, Assistant Professor of Neurology,

School of Medicine,
Loma Linda University,

United States of America

Development of Model for Assessment of Pharmacy Clinical Performance in College of Pharmacy in Korea: A Pilot Study

A/Prof Hyunah Kim

College of Pharmacy, Sookmyung Women's University,

South Korea

Track 2B

Transdisciplinary / Transitional Care

Collaboration Between Academia and Community Pharmacist Association in Setsuyaku Bag Campaign in Japan

A/Prof Takao Shimazoe

Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyushu University,
Fukuoka, Japan

AMI-HOPE Pharmacists Leading Person-Centred Digitally-Enabled Care Through Care Bundles: Has the Future of Ideal Care Models Arrived?

Assoc Prof Doreen Tan Su-Yin

Clinical and Pharmacy Practice,

Department of Pharmacy, 

National University of Singapore,


Primary Care Pharmacy Services in Hong Kong - Medical-Social Collaboration Model

Ms Janet KT Wong
Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, 
The University of Hong Kong,
Senior Pharmacist,

Health In Action,
Hong Kong, SAR 

Track 3B

Track lectures on Major Depressive Disorder, Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Irritable Bowel Disease


This track is supported by Johnson & Johnson

Additional Topics: TBC 

Additional Speakers: TBC

Track 4B

Pharmacy Technician Symposium

14:15 - 14:20

Welcome Address

14:20 - 14:50

Developing a Competent and Adaptive Pharmacy Technician Workforce

Ms Carolyn Ho

Senior Manager,

Ministry of Health,


14:50 to 15:20

Navigating the Future with Enthusiasm

Mr Gideon Ng

Senior Medical Social Worker, Institute of Mental Health, Singapore

15:20 - 15:30


15:30 - 15:45

Best PT Oral Abstract Presentation

15:45 to 16:35 

Fundamentals of Wound Care

Ms Angela Liew

Nurse Clinician,

Singapore General Hospital,



16:35 to 17:15

Antibiotics 101 for Pharmacy Technicians (TBC) 

Speaker: TBC


Plenary 3

Advancing care with Telehealth - Challenges and Opportunities

The New Normal: Telepharmacy and Online Pharmacy Services in the Community Pharmacy

Dr Kenny James P. Merin

Proprietor, Merin Pharmacy,
Chairperson, LPU-Davao Department of Pharmacy,
Vice-President, Philippine Pharmacists Association Davao City,
President, Mindanao Alliance of Pharmacy Schools,

Remote Patient Monitoring: Enabling Acute Care at Home

Ms Wong Zhi Xin
Senior Clinical Pharmacist,

National University of Singapore,


Telemedicine and IoMT : Tools in Crisis

Dr Khemawan Vettayawaikoon
Director of Eye Center,

 Bangkok Hospital Phuket,


Social Night


Updated as of 31 Mar 2021. Programme may be subjected to changes without prior notice.