Your safety and well-being remains our top priority. We must continue to be socially responsible and stay vigilant.
As we monitor the situation and Singapore is re-opening in phases - an event of this size is not allowed to take place in a physical setting. And as importantly - our community is not yet ready to meet in mega groups either.
We can therefore undoubtedly follow suit from PMI Crisis Task Force that determined the best way to protect the safety of our stakeholders is to reconfigure all 2020 events to a virtual online classroom from the safety comfort of where you choose to be.
In this interactive virtual format you will receive the same quality instruction, earn the same number of PDUs and achieve the same learning outcomes as you would through the in-person programme – without having to leave the safety of your home. Materials will be provided electronically.
Your continuous support is important to us and the success of this Symposium.
We must all take responsibility to stop infections from spreading and we thank you for doing your part. Together we can emerge stronger from this crisis.
Background: 15th Symposium Committee addressed the situation after DORSCON level was raised to Orange by the Singapore Government and additional measures were implemented warranting deferral of non-essential big gatherings (7 Feb 2020). Instead of cancelling altogether, we were pleased to be able to postpone to 27-28 August 2020. Finally the wait is almost over!
What this means in practice:
- Simply confirm the date in your calendar.
You don't need to do anything, because you are all set. We look forward to seeing you virtually on 27-28 August!
- As a thank you for your patience and support all participants who signed up for F2F symposium will receive one pass to become our chapter member (worth 40USD, to be used within one year - beneficial to existing members for perusal at renewal time. Chapter members always get the biggest discount!).
If you have questions or need assistance with an existing registration, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Next year's 16th Edition:
PMI Singapore Chapter continues to monitor COVID-19 developments for next year's edition. We will continue to rely on the Outbreak Response System DROSCON by the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) to determine the risk management approach and follow any measures implemented.
For information and updates, please refer the official sources, e.g.:
- From MOH: www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19
- From World Health Organisation (WHO): www.who.int/westernpacific/emergencies/covid-19