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Community Medical Project on Hepatitis B – July 2 2011

6 July 2011 One Comment

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This time the project-head was Dr Choy Yin Weng. Months of planning had gone in, especially by the doctors in our midst…Dr Tong Wai Sin, Dr Toe Boon Ping …etc, etc… One month before the day the various committee heads were called together for a series of planning meetings.

This time around the project focus moved on to focus on BRIDGING with the guests on a personal one-to-one basis. Teh Kang Boon who was given this task had to co-ordinate a large group of people to rapport with the guests at various times and stations eg. door-gift session, result-waiting session, consultation session, tea-time session… Indeed there was a noticeable difference this time around for it is observed that members of the church did not huddle together but were spread out in different places and chatting with the participants.

The talk on Hepatitis B was given by Dr Choy Yin Weng and interpreted into Mandarin by Dr Toe Boon Ping. The participants were clearly paying close attention for they were able to answer the quiz questions without any prompting. Perhaps the special umbrellas helped… The slides accompanying the talk were well-prepared in both English and Mandarin.

There were doctors aplenty on that day…young ones, more senior ones, retired ones… they all sacrificed their time and came.

Indeed, once again everyone who turned up to volunteer their time…the MYFers, the tea-reception committee, the registration committee, the PA system committee, the physical-arrangement committee…and nameless others…worked hard to ensure the smooth-running of the event. KUDOS to one and all. God bless you.


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  • Tong wai sin said:

    Excellent write-up. Good coverage. Keep it up!

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