The Singapore Paediatric Society is among one of the oldest professional societies in Singapore. The Society has been actively involved in many academic, educational and research activities in the field of child health. These include regular Continuing Medical Education lectures, symposia, national and regional paediatric and paediatric related conferences.

The Society also awards research grants annually and a number of projects by our local doctors had been supported by Singapore Paediatric Society research grants. The other highlights of the Society's activities include Haridas Memorial Lecture, Stuart Gan Memorial Fund for the study of immunodeficiency and Field Prize. All these activities are governed by specific rules and regulations.

read more


Latest Events

11th Wong Hock Boon Paediatric Masterclass Webinar Series 2022

The Department of Paediatrics of the Khoo Teck Puat – National University Children’s Medical Institute, National University Hospital (Singapore), is proud to present the 11th Wong Hock Boon Paediatric Masterclass Webinar Series, happening on 6 and 13 August 2022 from 2pm – 5pm (GMT+8).

Held annually since 2011, this event focuses on general and sub-specialty paediatrics, continuing in the long tradition of excellent teaching from the cluster and honoring the legacy of our founding professor, Emeritus Professor Wong Hock Boon. The event has become a key platform for local and regional healthcare professionals to connect and share updates in the field of paediatrics.

To register, scan QR code or click on this link https://uvents.nus.edu.sg/event/paewhb1

  1. For SPS members: Select ‘Singapore Paediatric Society Members’ when prompted.
  2. Registration closes on 1 August 2022
  3. Please note that the zoom webinar ID and password will only be sent to you 1 day before each webinar session
  4. A total of 4 CME/4 CPE points will be awarded accordingly to participants for their attendance – 2 CME/2 CPE points for each Saturday (accurate as of Apr 2022)
  5. For queries regarding the event, please email : [email protected]

My Screen Free Diary

Screen free day is an event dedicated to playing, exploring, and rediscovering the joys of life beyond screens among young children.


Click here to find out
Everything you need to know screen free day
Why do we celebrate screen free day?

Child Development and Screen Time Project with Asian Medical Students' Association Singapore


Click here to read more

Webinar:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEPVVe-N59A
Facebook: @projheadsup https://www.facebook.com/projheadsup
Instagram: @projectheadsup
Email: [email protected]