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FAQs

Q1. How do I apply for the seamless training programme?

A1. Please go to www.moh.gov.sg/content/moh_web/healthprofessionalsportal/allhealthcareprofessionals.html to check on application details.

Q2. Am I eligible to apply for the seamless training programme?

A2. Please go to www.moh.gov.sg/content/moh_web/healthprofessionalsportal/allhealthcareprofessionals.html to check on full eligibility criteria.     

Q3. How do I apply for the ACGME-I Residency Training Programme?

A3. Please go to www.moh.gov.sg/content/moh_web/healthprofessionalsportal/allhealthcareprofessionals.html or www.nhgresidencyprogram.com.sg for more details on the application process for the residency programme.

Q4. Am I eligible to apply for the ACGME-I Residency Training Programme?

A4. You will need to check with the NHG Residency Office via www.nhgresidencyprogram.com.sg to confirm if you are eligible. Different medical / surgical specialties may have differing eligibility criteria.

Q5. Am I allowed to attend CME talks / sessions organised by IMH if I am a medical officer from another hospital / institution?

A5. Yes. If you are an MO from another hospital / institution, and wish to attend one of our CME talks / sessions which is publicised via the NHG website, you are eligible to register for the talk on a first-come-first-served basis.

Q6. How do I find out more about courses like the Graduate Diploma in Mental Health (GDMH) if I am interested in applying?

A6. The GDMH course is presently open to all GPs and Polyclinic doctors, with an interest in gaining relevant skills and knowledge in order to be able to competently treat basic mental health conditions. More details are available from here. Please make a note of the application window periods.

Q7. Is there a possibility of incorporating some elements of research work into a medical training programme at IMH?

A7. Yes. If the MO is interested, it is possible to approach our research division for assistance/support in any research projects, if it aids the building of clinical capability in IMH.

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