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SINGAPORE MINDFULNESS CONFERENCE 2019 Aug 24-25 (2 days)

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University Cultural Centre

50 Kent Ridge Crescent

National University of Singapore

Singapore, 119279

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Mind-Body Medicine, Behavioural Transformation & Neuroplasticity

Learn how mindfulness can enhance your personal performance, relieve pain, reduce depression, anxiety and slow down ageing.

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SMC2019

Guest of Honour:

Dr Amy Khor

Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Health



Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Hong Choon Chua serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Institute of Mental Health/Woodbridge Hospital at National Healthcare Group Pte Ltd. His teaching and research interest are in Psychiatric Epidemiology, Depression & Mood Disorders, Quality Improvement & Patient Safety in Mental Health.

Day 1 Keynote: Confronting The Stigma Of Mental Illness




Keynote: Confronting the Stigma of Mental Health

Dr Fadel Zeidan, a cognitive neuroscientist, is the Director of University of California San Diego Brain Mechanisms of Pain & Health Lab. In 2014, the United States NIH Pain Consortium awarded A/Prof Zeidan the Mitchell Max Award for Research Excellence.

Day 1 Keynote: Mindfulness: A Different Approach To Pain Management

Day 2 Keynote: Cognitive Neuroscience - Changing Our Understanding Of The Brain


Dr Ruchika Prakash, a neuropsychologist, is the Director Ohio State University Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory and Associate Director of the Center for Cognitive and Behavioural Brain Imaging. She received the “Rising Star Designation” given by the Association for Psychological Science in 2013 and the Springer Early Career Achievement in Research on Adult Development and Ageing by American Psychological Association in 2016.

Keynote: Effects Of Mindfulness Training On The Ageing Brain



Dr. Ruth Wolever, a clinical health psychologist, is an Associate Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and the School of Nursing. Her research focuses on mindfulness-based approaches to self-regulation and lifestyle change for those with, or at elevated risk for, diabetes, heart disease, insomnia, tinnitus, chronic pain and other stress-related disorders. She has published a book on "The Mindful Diet"

Keynote: Reducing The Risks Of Stress Related Diseases And Disorders




PROGRAM TIMINGS
(Program details subject to adjustments, will be published in June 2019)

Day 1
9.30am Opening and Guest of Honour Welcome Speech
10am Keynote Session
12pm Lunch
1:15pm Session 1 (2 tracks)
3:30pm Break
4pm Session 2 (2 tracks)

Day 2
9.30am Session 3 (2 tracks)
11.45am Lunch
1.15pm Session 4 (2 tracks)
2:45pm Break
3:15pm Keynote Session


Minimum Age

Primary 6 and above


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For more information, including the complete list of speakers to date, please visit www.brahmcentre.com/smc2019.



Conference passes are transferable but NON-refundable



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National University of Singapore

Singapore, 119279

Singapore

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