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6th Singapore Mental Health Conference 2021

Event Date 24 Aug 2021 - 25 Aug 2021
Closing Date 23 Aug 2021
Target Audience Medical, Nursing, Allied Health, Caregivers, Employers/Professionals
Venue Online
CME Points 8
Course Fee (S$) -
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Join us at the 6th Singapore Mental Health Conference - a 2-day virtual event addressing recurring and upcoming mental health challenges in the new normal.

In line with the theme "Future paradigms of mental health", professionals and service providers from the healthcare, social service, education, intermediate and long-term care sectors, as well as consumers of mental health services can look forward to an array of specially curated track sessions, and exciting engagement sessions including a virtual escape room, an interactive CEO dialogue with workwell leaders
, and more!

SMHC is co-organised by the Institute of Mental Health (IMH), Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), National Council of Social Service (NCSS), and Health Promotion Board (HPB).


- Youth mental health and wellbeing

- Wellbeing@work – continuum approach
- Building resilience for future pandemics
- Mental health and recovery



Mr Masagos Zulkifli
Minister for Social and Family Development and Second Minister for Health



How COVID-19 affects working adults, and implications for the way moving forward for workplace mental health

A/Prof John Wong Chee Meng
President of the College of Psychiatrists, Academy of Medicine, Singapore
Associate Professor, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS
Senior Consultant Psychiatrist, National University Hospital (NUH)
Programme Director, REACH (West) 

Child and adolescent mental health & wellbeing: challenges, scalable strategies and solutions

Dr Zeinab Hijazi

Senior Mental Health Technical Advisor, Programme Division Director's Office, UNICEF 

Managing children's media habits: what can we do?

A/Prof Jiow Hee Jhee
Associate Professor & Programme Leader, Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)

Member of the Films Consultative Panel (IMDA) and Media Literacy Council (IMDA)

CEO dialogue with workwell leaders chaired by Ms Anthea Ong & featuring:

Ms Lou Dela Pena
Publicis Communications Singapore

Mr Ng Tian Beng

Senior VP & GM, Channels, APAC Japan at Dell 

Ms Erika Pagani

Country Manager, Pfizer Singapore


Co-Organising Partners



Early Bird


($133.75 after GST)


($160.50 after GST)


($53.50 after GST)



($187.25 after GST)


($208.65 after GST)


($53.50 after GST)

VCF Funding

SMHC 2021 has been pre-approved at 60% VCF funding for Singaporeans/PRs and 40% for WP/EP/S Pass holders.

Eligible delegates must be staff/volunteers from NCSS member agencies and MSF-funded agencies


Singaporeans / PRs

Work Pass / Employment Pass / S Pass holders

Early Bird


($53.50 after GST)


($80.25 after GST)



($74.90 after GST)


($112.35 after GST)

VCF-eligible delegates will need to achieve minimum 75% attendance of the conference duration and submit an Training Evaluation Form at the end of the conference. Those who did not meet the requirements will be billed the subsidised amount.


CME/CPE points (of up to 8 points) would also be awarded for delegates registered under Singapore Medical Council, Singapore Nursing Board or Singapore Pharmacy Council. They will be required to indicate their Professional Registration Number when registering for the conference.


A member of National Healthcare Group ISO   Comm Chest Award Bronze