The 3rd National Airway Program Of Singapore (NAPS 3)
By Andy Soh
General


First started in 2018, NAPS has had 2 very successful runs, thanks to the support of the participants, faculty and the industry. We are constantly striving to improve the content of our course and always have something new to offer each year.

This year, the members of the Singapore Society of Anaesthesiologists (SSA) Airway Special Interest group are pleased to bring you the 3rd National Airway Program Singapore (NAPS 3).

We are also very fortunate to collaborate with the Royal Perth Hospital on the adult“Cannot Intubate, Cannot Oxygenate”(CICO) Provider Course, an ANZCA- recognised Emergency Response Course. We hope all participants will gain confidence and competency in cricothyroidotomy skills at the end of the course.

So come join us at NAPS 3 to hone your airway skills and knowledge. We look forward to seeing you on 25 July 2020!

Target audience: Specialists and trainees in Anaesthesia, Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine.

Date: Saturday 25th July 2020

Venue: Simulation and Integrated Medical Training Advancement Centre (SIMTAC) Centre for Healthcare Innovation Tan Tock Seng Hospital Singapore


INFORMATION ON REGISTRATION

Registration fee# (inclusive of GST)

 

Residents/ Fellows

Specialist (SSA Member)

Specialist (Non-SSA Member)

Early Bird

S$ 400

S$ 450

S$ 500

Full Rate

S$ 400

S$ 500

S$ 550


*Early Bird registration ends 30 April 2020.

Registration via online portal: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/naps3 

Registration ends 30 June 2020

Payment to be made by cheque/credit card.

For cheque payments, please make chequepayable to “I-PROMO Pte Ltd”. On the reverseside, please write “NAPS 3” and participant’s name.

Please submit completed form and cheque to: I-PROMO Pte Ltd. The Kingsmen Experience. 22 Changi Business Park Central 2 Singapore 486032

Limited to 36 participants on a first-come, first-served basis

ENQUIRIES

Ms Cindy Tan

Cindytan@i-promo.com.sg

Office number: +65 6831 1324

This course is pending approval by the Singapore Medical Council for accrediting of Continuing Medical Education (CME) points.

 
Latest Headlines
Scientists Just Changed Our Understanding of How Anaesthesia Messes With The Brain
'Useless' surgical masks and robots could be scrapped to help save NHS £150 million a year
Applications Open for Obstetric Anaesthesia Fellowship Programme, Nigeria 2019
WFSA Quaterly News Report: December 2018 Edition
Online Public Health Training Course Module on Emergency and Surgical Care on Universal Health Coverage
  Subscribe for our Newsletter
  Any Feedback? Let us know.