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About Campaignends 31 Aug 2017, 11:59 PM
The Medicine Academic Clinical programme was among the first ACP launched 5 years ago.
Medicine ACP have kick started many programmes such as the pitch for fund programme and the nurturing clinician scientist programme through its pioneering academic journey.
These programmes are reason for some of the outstanding educators and aspiring clinician scientists in our midst.
Currently there are 11 ACPs formed and funding is limited to support the increasing academic programmes.
There is a constant need to think of ways to sustain our programmes that are flourishing and look for means to start new programmes that will benefit our colleagues in their academic endeavours.
We aim to raise about $20000 to support 2 junior pitch for funds awardees by 30th June, 2017 which will be presented to the winners during next year Medicine-ACP week.
Join us in the spirit of giving and show your participation in the journey of shaping the future generation of clinicians, the future of Medicine.
All donations received will be managed and administered by SingHealth Fund Limited, an Institution of Public Character (UEN Number 20160426E) under Ministry of Health.
SingHealth Fund, SHF, is a Company Limited by Guarantee and is a registered charity with IPC status. This charity is set up to raise awareness about the need to promote and support medical research and education as well as extend related patient care services and help to benefit Singaporeans and the local community. Funds raised by SHF (including Foundation, Singapore General Hospital, National Heart Centre Singapore, National Dental Centre Singapore, Sengkang Hospital) will address and bridge the gaps of existing government grants and support schemes for research, education and patient care; empower clinicians, scientists and researchers to accelerate impactful research by providing core funding support that is not dependent on external research grants; encourage innovation and pilot research projects to test novel research ideas; nurture future generations of healthcare professionals through continuing medical education and extend support to patients who are determined to be in need of assistance to help them with their recovery journey. SHF is governed by the Companies Act and the Charities Act. As an IPC under the Charities Act, SHF is held to high standards of governance and management.