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8 hours ago

Singapore Medical Society of Victoria: SMSV

In light of the recent HIV data leak, this film is a poignant reminder of the stigma that HIV patients used to (and still) live with.

"When the first cases of AIDS were found in Singapore, health worker Iris Verghese had little information about the condition. But she knew of her patients’ humiliation, and how they needed comfort."

May we strive to be healthcare professionals with the same compassion that Iris demonstrated for her patients and move beyond fear towards a more progressive and accepting society.

15 Shorts
"Plague" by Boo Junfeng

Let’s be there to support those affected by the recent HIV data leak. When the first cases of AIDS were found in Singapore, health worker Iris Verghese had little information about the condition. But she knew of her patients’ humiliation, and how they needed comfort. So when one of them stopped coming to the clinic, what did she do? Watch to find out.

Learn more about the film: www.15shorts.com/plague

The director dedicates this film to AfA Singapore:
www.giving.sg/web/action-for-aids-singapore

#15shorts #givingsg #cityofgood #hiv
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1 week ago

Singapore Medical Society of Victoria: SMSV

The Asian Medical Student Conference is held in Singapore this year, from 30th June to 7th July! Registration is now open. Find out more in the link below.Make like Rachel Chu and follow your heart to Singapore!

Our registration form for any Australian medical students who would like to attend Asian Medical Students' Conference 2019 Singapore is NOW OPEN!

Get your Young life started right here, right now:
goo.gl/forms/w4Sbm5g0HvKFyLVR2

Get in quick! The form closes at the strike of 12 on Sunday, February 17, 2019!

For more information about the conference, find our Academic Guidelines and Pre-Conference booklet here: bit.ly/2HL1Eok
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3 weeks ago

Singapore Medical Society of Victoria: SMSV

Haven't settled transportation after arriving in Melbourne? Here's an option! And it only gets cheaper with more people 🤩

Book at form.jotform.co/goairport/goairport and click 'SAM Clayton' under 'referred by'!Heading back to Melbourne for the new semester but dreading to have to drag all that heavy luggage and bags on public transport?

GoAirport has always had our backs, so give them a try! With personalised drop-off services from Arrival till door, they are affordable, comfortable and have been one of THE transportation options of choice for returning students, particularly because they are CHEAPER than Uber/taxis, and get EVEN CHEAPER the more friends you 'tumpang'! With the bus party option of 9-11 persons, that's like paying 14 dollars each! UNMATCHABLE PRICES!

Rates are as follows
Mini Pick-Up: 1 Person $ 80.00 AUD
Medium Pick-Up: 2-3 People $ 90.00 AUD
Large Pick-Up: 4-5 People $ 100.00 AUD
Extra Large Pick-Up: 6-8 People $ 120.00 AUD
BUS PARTY! 9-11 People $ 140.00 AUD

Book now at form.jotform.co/goairport/goairport and click 'SAM Clayton' under 'referred by' today!
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Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of Humanity.
Hippocrates (c.460-c.370 BC), Ancient Greek physician and philosopher. Hippocrates, who is considered the father of medicine, founded a medical school on the Aegean island of Kos. He had a rational approach, believing that disease was caused by physical phenomena, and not by the the gods. Artwork from the 19th century book ^IVies des^i ^ISavants Illustres^i.
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