The Society of Infectious Diseases (Singapore) has organised an annual infectious diseases clinical practice update for ID trainees and GPs/family medicine trainees for years. These practice updates are invariably organised by the trainees themselves, who have the liberty therefore to set the topics and invite the local consultants they would like to listen to. Somehow, I was lucky never to have been involved in the organisation of this event during my years as a trainee!

I was honoured to be invited to give a talk to the family medicine residents (and interested GPs) on common community-associated infections yesterday. And was deeply impressed to find out that there were so many attendees for the practice update – there must have been more than 50 participants and the room was packed for each session!

Anyway, this is a chance to try out loading slides onto WordPress, so here they are below:

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