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Infectious Diseases

​Infectious Diseases Residency Programme

Resident's Talk

“In Infectious Diseases, the only constant is the perpetually changing field of practice;...The myriad of possibilities never cease to captivate and enthrall me.”

Dr Ray Lin Junhao

Introduction Message

Infectious Diseases is a specialty focusing on the treatment and prevention of infection in the immunocompetent and immunocompromised host. Through the 3-year Residency Programme, residents are trained to deliver expert advice and treatment in the management of a wide range of infections across a variety of patient populations.

Consultations – Thrilling Variety
From bread and butter ID conditions to atypical and unusual infections

Infection Control – The Detectives
Preventing the spread of nosocomial infections

Antibiotic Stewardship – The Guardians
Optimising antibiotic usage

HIV Medicine – Make a Difference
Enabling HIV patients on treatment to lead fulfilling lives

Travel and Tropical Medicine – World Travellers
Vaccinations and tropical infections

Outpatient Antibiotic Therapy – Home Early for Dinner
Intravenous antibiotics given at home or in the outpatient clinic

Research and Public Health – Pushing the Boundaries
Ample opportunities for research during training

Unparalleled Flexibility – The Sky is the Limit
Easily bored? Switch gears in your career and mix it up: Hospital medicine, outpatient clinics, public health, outbreak investigation, infection control, antibiotic stewardship, research, travel medicine, tropical medicine, OPAT, medical education, healthcare administration.

Programme Faculty