Workshop – Medical Social Work In Singapore – 21/6/2016

The Center for Counseling, Research and Empowering Community (CoRE) would like to invite individuals and organizations that are interested in Medical Social Work to our workshop – Medical Social Work in Singapore.

Time: 7 – 9 PM, Tue, 21/6/2016

Venue: Tea Talk Café, opposite to No. 91, Trung Kinh Str., Hanoi

Speaker: Ms. Lim Song Lee (Singapore)

Content:

– History and Development of Medical Social Work;

– Areas of Specialization;

– Role of Medical Social Worker;

– Case examples and role play;

– Questions and Sharing time.

Fee: 60,000 dong (including one cake and drink)

Register at: http://bit.ly/MedicalSocialWorkInSingapore

Deadline for registration and payment: Before Tue, 21/6/2016

Method of payment:

– In cash at Tea Talk Café: 9 AM – 6 PM (except Sunday);

– By bank transfer:

*Bank account: TRUNG TAM THAM VAN, NGHIEN CUU VA PHAT TRIEN CONG DONG

*Bank Number: 22010000592607

*Bank name: BIDV – Thang Long Branch

*Reason for payment: Medical Social Work_FULL NAME

Hotline: 043 7836230 \ 0943 201 219 (Ms. Phuong Luong)

Speaker’s profile:

Ms. Lim Song Lee had worked in the field of Medical Social Work for more than 18 years. She had dealt with heart and kidney failure patients, involved in heart and renal transplant work. She also had the opportunity of dealing with trauma patients at the Emergency department. Her other areas of involvement include in the area of mental health, intensive care, general medicine, rehabilitative medicine and palliative care. She had worked with Singapore International Foundation doing palliative training to health care workers at K2 hospital in Hanoi previously. Currently, she is a part time Senior Community Coordinator with Eastern Health Alliance, Singapore. She is a registered social worker with the Singapore Association of Social Workers. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Social Work) and also a Master of Social Science (Counselling and Psychotherapy).

 

 

Also available in: Vietnamese

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