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Overview of primary care sector
Overview of how AIC can support you in primary care
Find out how these schemes can support your practice
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A one-stop resource page on COVID-19
Clinical guidelines and resources for holistic care
Managing pandemic situations in general practice
Materials to supplement patient engagement
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A consolidation of events and trainings organised just for you
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For IDAPE accessor to update particulars
Onsite training for related Primary Care schemes/models
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GPs can help patients receive affordable care at their clinics using CHAS. Check out the 3 simple steps to sign up for CHAS.
The NDRM is a set of materials for patients, caregivers and the public, as well as resources for care teams to help patients and caregivers understand their condition and motivate patients for sustained lifestyle changes. The NDRM is created with the help of various experts including primary care practitioners, allied health professionals and patient champions. Click
here for the complete set of resources.
Under the NDRM, MOH has also produced short video clips on how friends and families can encourage and support their loved ones in the management of diabetes. Doctors can share this to patients in their waiting rooms, or via their nurse counsellors/case managers.
We Live With Diabetes But We're Not Ashamed - Can Ask Meh?
(Partnership with Our Grandfather Story)