About SHC 2021

Singapore Hepatology Conference is Transforming

2020 has been a tragic one as COVID-19 became a pandemic, taking countless lives. It has forced all of us to change the way we live and interact, including postponing SHC 2020 to June 4-5, 2021.

The Singapore Hepatology Conference began in 2014 as a two day annual meeting. From the outset, we wanted SHC to comprise of short, sharp updates from leading experts in liver disease through a menu of learning experiences, from traditional lectures to debates, forums and case discussions. These focused updates would enable us to learn practical solutions to our standard, as well as difficult cases.

Despite postponement of the meeting, our need for education and updates have not changed and SHC plans to transform into a combined online e-learning portal and a live conference. We are committed to provide regular updates, and educational materials on line to ensure that we have all the information we need to manage our liver patients.

Pre-Arrival Information

SHC 2021 Pre-Arrival Information will be available to download in May 2021

SHC 2021 KEY DATES

31 March 2021

Early Bird
Registration Ends

16 April 2021

Abstract
Submission Closes

16 April 2021

Notification of
Preceptorship
Programme

23 April 2021

Notification of
Abstract Acceptance

Prof. Seng Gee Lim

Chairman
Singapore Hepatology Conference

SINGAPORE HEPATOLOGY CONFERENCE 4-5 JUNE 2021

The COVID-19 situation had up ended many plans including the hosting of our live Singapore Hepatology Conference in 2020.

However, we plan to hold the Singapore Hepatology Conference on 4 -5 June 2021. I am sure you will find an exciting programme of clinical updates, live debates and case studies with plenty of opportunity for you to meet and question the Experts.

In the interim, we will provide you with e-learning opportunities starting with the HCC Expert Digital Learning Series in collaboration with Roche. These videos will be short and sharp (no more than 15 minutes in length) beginning with Hepatocellular Carcinoma, to help guide management of difficult cases of liver disease for practicing clinicians.

Our websites are currently being transformed into e-learning portals to host these new initiatives and should be ready by 31 August 2020.

We look forward to seeing you online or in person at SHC, “Liver Updates For All Clinicians”!

With best wishes

Professor Seng Gee Lim
Chairman
Singapore Hepatology Conference

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