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Clinician scientists in short supply in Singapore despite efforts
 

Clinician scientists in short supply in Singapore despite efforts

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Clinician scientists are doctors who double as scientists. Despite the government’s efforts to boost employment numbers, individuals cite various deterrence factors that should be targeted to boost employment.
 
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29 Dec 2016 - General
 
Mahmoud AbdelAziz
Unfortunately this field is not available in our country although it plays an important role in enhancing work of healthcare facilities, even science college in my co...
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As far as I am concerned, in the Philippines, there is no separate course for being a clinician scientist. I am also unsure if there is a need for such because physicians are expected to perform research on rare illnesses without the funding support ...
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I am unsure with the number of clinical scientist percentage shortage in Malaysia or Singapore compared to the Philippines. They are essential and a big contributing factor in developing new trends in the improvement of healthcare accross the globe. ...
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Unlike what the article says, I do not feel that there is a lack of clinician scientists in Singapore. I have not worked in Malaysia before hence I am unable to comment on it. From what I feel, the Singapore medical landscape has been refocusing towa...
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Clinical scientists have a pivotal and pioneering role in the healthcare profession. They form the future of medicine and help tackling the recent health issues. Singapore and Malaysia are witnessing a shortage of clinical scientists due to several r...
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