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2022
17
June
2022
| 00:50 Asia/Singapore
With the allied health workforce set to grow in numbers in support of Singapore’s ageing population, healthcare will move health beyond hospitals and into the community as part of the Ministry of Health’s “3 Beyonds” strategy. Are our therapists gett...
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06
June
2022
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
Virtual Reality (VR) Dementia Awareness training offers real-world knowledge of the impact of this condition and provides a greater call for empathy....
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31
May
2022
| 09:46 Asia/Singapore
Does music have the power to heal the mind and body? Whether you have experienced sound therapy or not, it is not hard to believe that soothing music or sounds have a positive impact on our well-being. Last year, Assistant Professor Peter Tay collabo...
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23
February
2022
| 23:59 Asia/Singapore
SIT’s Virtual Open House 2022 featured a series of cool talks by faculty about the programmes offered by our academic clusters. Here are the highlights of what Assistant Professor Verena Tan shared about SIT’s Dietetics and Nutrition programme and he...
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17
January
2022
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
When Dr Lee Shuen Yee took up wushu as a student-athlete, she didn’t know that it would one day help her research work on age-associated chronic diseases....
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12
January
2022
| 21:04 Asia/Singapore
How has the role of a radiographer changed in the past two years of living through the pandemic?...
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03
January
2022
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
Can habitual moderate to heavy housework help older persons maintain better mental and physical function? The answer is ‘yes’, according to a recent study by Associate Professor Wee Shiou Liang. He talks about his research projects, Singapore’s appro...
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2021
31
December
2021
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
Theodore Roosevelt’s quote ‘Believe you can and you’re halfway there.’ comes to mind as SIT Community Teacher, Mr Tan Whee Boon displays immense grit and determination to lead the life that he desires, inspiring others in the process....
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15
December
2021
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
Two SITizens share their SIT experience and the various ways they’ve lived out the SIT-DNA....
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29
November
2021
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
Meet SITizen Nafisah binte Zulkifli from the Speech and Language Therapy programme. ...
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11
November
2021
| 00:00 Asia/Singapore
The university’s Virtual Reality (VR) Mobility Training project aims to explore the ways in which VR can help patients with mobility constraints relive meaningful daily experiences. Find out how this multi-disciplinary project was conceptualised and ...
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17
August
2021
| 11:35 Asia/Singapore
Industry-centric curriculum and programmes at the Singapore Institute of Technology empower its students with the skills, know-how, and mindset to smoothly transit into the working world, as Eunice Shannon Teh would attest to....
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06
August
2021
| 01:00 Asia/Singapore
Physiotherapy and Engineering teams from SIT studied the effectiveness of running sandals by analysing data...
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28
June
2021
| 06:00 Asia/Singapore
Meet #SITizen Dhanya Davita Devarajoo from the Nursing degree programme, jointly offered by the Singapore Institute of Technology and University of Glasgow....
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02
March
2021
| 09:17 Asia/Singapore
While most people would be content with having just one university degree, Sarah Tan wanted two. Having graduated and worked for nearly six years at Singapore Airlines, she was itching for the classroom again. But not everyone was thrilled. Her paren...
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2020
13
November
2020
| 16:10 Asia/Singapore
The MOU was inked by (seated from left) Dr Ow Chee Chung, Chief Executive, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital, Mr Ong Tze-Ch’in, Chief Executive, SkillsFuture Singapore, and Professor Tan Thiam Soon, President, SIT; and witnessed by (standing from left) Mr Patr...
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27
October
2020
| 17:33 Asia/Singapore
  27 October 2020 – Regular physical activity is known to improve physical and psychosocial outcomes after stroke [1]. Yet, across the world, stroke survivors engage in very low levels of physical activity. Based on a survey by students from Singapor...
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27
August
2020
| 14:36 Asia/Singapore
SIT continued with its tradition of celebrating Nurses' Day in early August. However, this year's festivities were de-centralised and taken online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The upside to this was that a joint celebration was organised for nursing...
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18
May
2020
| 16:35 Asia/Singapore
There is an increasing demand for Speech Therapists (STs) in Singapore due to our rapidly ageing population, increasing trend of chronic diseases, as well as increased awareness of children diagnosed with developmental issues. This is why the launch ...
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