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Sunday, 10th February 2019 6:00 – 8:00pm Welcome Reception Level 4 Pre-Function Space, Clinical Sciences Building, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

Monday, 11th February 2019 Venue: Ong Tiong Tat and Irene Tan Liang Kheng Auditorium, Level 4, Clinical Sciences Building, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Time 8:30 – 9:00

Event Registration and Poster set-up

9:00 – 9:15

Opening Ceremony by Nanyang Technological University members Prof. Kang Kwong Luke – Chair, School of Humanities Prof. James Best – Dean, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Prof. Joseph Liow – Dean, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

9:15 – 9:35

Launch of the Consortium     

9:35 – 10:35

Prof. May O. Lwin – Associate Dean (Special Projects), College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University Prof. Diana Slade – Director, Institute for Communication in Health Care, Australian National University Dr. Elizabeth Rider – Harvard Medical School Dr. Olga Zayts – The University of Hong Kong Prof. Naomi Low-Beer – Vice Dean (Education), Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University

Healthcare Communication in Singapore 1.

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Asst. Prof. Lim Ni Eng1, Dr. Png Keng Siang2, Dr. Laude Augustinus2, Dr. Ratih Oktarini1, Dr. Yvonne Tse Crepaldi1 and Prof. Kang Kwong Luke1 – 1Nanyang Technological University and 2Tan Tock Seng Hospital “Research on in-situ Medical Communication in Singapore: Some Recent Developments” Prof. May O-Lwin, Nanyang Technological University “(TBC)” Prof. Theng Yin Leng, Nanyang Technological University “Health Coach for Elderly”

10:35 – 11:00

Morning tea

11:00 – 12:20

Conversational Practices in Clinical Care 1.

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Prof. Olga Zayts – The University of Hong Kong “’There is a Potential Danger There': Talk about Death and Dying in Genetic Counselling Consultations for Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndromes” Prof. Susan Danby – Queensland University of Technology “Communicative Practices of Speech Therapists from Near and Far: Play Based Interventions in Face-to-face and Telehealth Settings” Dr. Stuart Ekberg – Queensland University of Technology

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“Joining the Dots: On the Therapeutic Use of a Mundane Communication Practice” Assoc. Prof. Li Fang – Peking University “Language and Power: an Ethnographic Study of Doctor Patient Communication in Assisted Reproductive Medicine in China”

12:20 – 1:30

Lunch Poster Presentation

1:30 – 3:00

Stakeholders’ Panel 1 Patient-Centered Care: Perspectives from the Healthcare Ecosystem Moderator: Dr. Ritu Jain 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3:00 – 3:50

Ms. Pavitar Kaur Gill , Patient & Patient Advocate Prof. Maurice Van Steensel, Professor, Dermatology and Skin Biology, LKCMedicine Assoc. Prof. Wong Teck Yee, Senior Consultant, Family Medicine & Assistant Dean, LKCMedicine Mr. Cameron Milliner, Head of Public Affairs and Patient Advocacy (APAC), Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Student (TBC), Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

Short Communications 1.

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Dr. Katie Ekberg – The University of Queensland “Parent-Directed Commentaries During Pediatric Hearing Care Appointments: A practice in Family-Centered Care” Assoc. Prof. Nan Wang – Hunan University “Delivering Treatment Recommendations in Chinese Pediatric Consultations: a Conversation Analytic Study of Physicians’ Prescribing Behaviors and Medical Authority” Ling Meng – South China Normal University “The Effectiveness of Bad News Delivery in One Emergency Department in China” Asst. Prof. Miho Asano – National University of Singapore “Navigating Multiple Sclerosis”

3:50 – 4:15

Afternoon tea

4:15 – 5:35

Transforming Relationships in Healthcare 1.

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Prof. Diana Slade & Dr. Suzanne Eggins – Australian National University “’You’re Good to Go’: A Critical Analysis of Discharge Interactions with Elderly Patients in an Australian Hospital’s Emergency Department” Prof. Elizabeth Rider – Harvard Medical School “Transforming Healthcare Relationship: Sustaining Values and the Human Dimensions of Care” Asst. Prof. Jack Pun1, Assoc. Prof. Angela Chan2, Dr. Suzanne Eggins3 and Prof. Diana Slade3 – 1City University of Hong Kong, 2The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and 3Australian National University “Better Nursing Handover – Nurses’ Perceptions on Their Handover Practices in a Chinese Hospital in Hong Kong” Prof. Andy Ho – Nanyang Technological University “Caring for Caregivers”

5:35 – 9:00

Conference dinner

Tuesday, 12th February 2019 Venue: Learning Studio, Level 5, Clinical Sciences Building, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

Time 9:00 – 10:20

Event Transforming Healthcare Communication Through Education 1. 2. 3.

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Prof. Naomi Low-Beer – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Preparing Tomorrow’s Doctors for Collaborative, Patient-Centred Practice” Dr. Tanya Tierney – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Teaching Communication; Nurturing Compassion” Assoc. Prof. Cheong Pak Yean, Dr. Goh Lee Gan and Dr. Ong Chooi Peng – National University Health System (NUHS) “Learning and Teaching the Human Dimension of Medicine” Prof. Christian Matthiessen & Dr. Locky Law – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University “Dramatized Medical Consultations: What Are They Like and How Can We Use Them”

10:20 – 10:55

Morning tea

10: 55 – 12:35

Health Literacy 1. 2. 3.

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Prof. Peter Schulz – the University of Lugano “The Harmful Consequences of Uninformed Health Empowerment” Prof. Helen Elizabeth Smith – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Health Literacy; The Household as an Unexplored Dimension” Assoc. Prof. Griva Konstadina – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Health Literacy in Multi-Morbidity—Latent Profile and Network Analyses to Identify Critical At-Risk Sub-Groups and Domains for Interventions” Prof. Lim Ni Eng1, Prof. Luke Kang Kwong1, Dr. Png Keng Siang2 & Dr. Ratih Oktarini1 — 1Nanyang Technological University and 2Tan Tock Seng Hospital “Health Literacy in Action in a Singapore Clinic” Prof. Imogen Mitchell & Prof. Zsuzsoka Kecskes – Australian National University “(TBC)”

12:35 – 1:30

Lunch

1:30 – 3:00

Stakeholders’ Panel 2 End of Life Care Moderator: Dr. Tanya Tierney 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dr. Hum Yin Mei, Allyn, Senior Consultant, Centre for Geriatric Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital Sister Geraldine Tan, Executive Director, St Joseph’s Home Assoc. Prof. Toh Han Chong, Senior Consultant, Medical Oncology and Medical Director, National Cancer Centre Singapore Mr. Ching Hongrui, Caregiver, Dover Park Hospice Student (TBC), Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

3:00 – 3:25

Afternoon tea

3:25 – 4:25

Short Communications 1.

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4:25 – 4:55

Ms. Pavitar Kaur Gill, Patient Voices “A Patient’s Voice: Blogging and the Use of Social Media in Reinventing One’s Life Narrative with Chronic Illness” Mr. Geronimo Jimenez Larrain – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Overview of Systematic Reviews of Advance Care Planning: Summary of Evidence and Global Lessons” Asst. Prof. Jack Pun1, Asst. Prof. Winnie Chor2 and Dr. Linda Zhong2 – 1City University of Hong Kong and 2Hong Kong Baptist University “An Exploratory Study of Meaning Negotiation in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Consultation— A Case Study of Hong Kong” Emily Koh1, Yu Chou Chuen1, Assoc. Prof. James Low2, Dr. Raymond Ng3 – 1 Geriatric Education & Research Institute, 2 Khoo Teck Puat Hospital and 3Tan Tock Seng Hospital “Evaluation of the Living Matters ACP Training Course for Health Professionals through a Multi-Centre Study” Ms. Marilyn Turkovich, Executive Director, Charter for Compassion International “Networking Compassionate Healthcare”

Closing remarks by Prof. Kang Kwong Luke, Chair, School of Humanities, Nanyang Technological University Participants’ Reflections

5:00

Pick up from LKCMedicine for a Reception at the Australian High Commission (for participants with an invitation from the Commission)

Poster Presentations 1. Dr. Mary Lee Ching Ling1, Ms. Ong Yu Han1, and Dr. Tina Martimianakis2 – 1Health Outcome and Medical Education Research (HOMER) and 2the Wilson Center “Understanding Decision-Making in Multidisciplinary Team Meetings Through Interpretative Repertoires and Discursive Devices” 2.

Mr. Gabriel Tan, Dr. Tanya Tierney and Dr. Diana Andrea Barron – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Establishing the Principles of De-roling in Simulated Patient Practice: A Focus Group Study”

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Mr. Emmanuel Tan – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Of Communication and Conflict Management”

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Dr. Jesse Yip – Hong Kong Baptist University “The Power of Self-disclosure in Online Support Groups for Anxiety and Depression: A Three-layer Analysis”

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Ms Chenjie Zhang – Hong Kong Baptist University “zhěngtǐguān’ in TCM Consultations: Interactional Analysis of the Concept of Holism in TCM”

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Ms. Lishan Yang, Mr. Emmanuel Tan and Dr. Preman Rajalingam – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine

“Team-Teaching in TBL: Bridging Content- And Process-Driven Expertise in Large Group TBL”

7. Ho Yun Ying, Laurence Tan, Yu Chou Chuen, Le Mai Khanh, Dr. Tanya Tierney and James Low – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine “Empathy Before Entering Practice: A Qualitative Study on Drivers of Empathy in Healthcare Professionals from the Perspective of Medical Students”