Finally 2015 is here! What a dreadful year for the airline industry 2014 has been. Hope that 2015 will be a year filled with happiness. More photos from my memorable days in London.
O level results are expected to be released on 12 Jan 2015. For those of you who will get good results, good luck with your future academic path! For those who do not get the expected results, do not despair. Just Penciltutor your O levels! Check out these videos on Youtube!
Finally submitted my thesis! Every time I read it there is something that I’m not happy with and I keep editing it again and again… Aaaarrrggh! Ok call me Mr perfectionist but I think I have submitted a quality piece of research… Well at the end of the day, I think that’s what matters. You know it just seems like yesterday that we had the welcome dinner at 170 Queensgate in the Solar room at South Kensington, but its been a year now… Wow!
Here are some photos from last year’s welcome dinner.
I won’t be going for this year’s farewell dinner (*sighs) but hey this course has been amazing and I’m glad I’ve made long lasting friendships at Imperial Finally after 8 years overseas I also get to celebrate Deepavali (or Diwali) with my family here in Singapore this year…. This is a shot of Diwali celebrations in London.
Alright then…I will be backwith more photos soon…Cheers!
Unlike the JBS1 (The first Joint British Societies’ guidelines), the JBS2 recognised the ‘multi-factorial’ nature of CVD. Moving forward, the most recent third Joint British Societies’ (JBS3) guidelines have been designed to include people who have a high lifetime CVD event risk despite having a low 10-year risk of CVD.
The JBS3 points out that the primary aim of the guidelines is to serve as a tool which will help in discussing CVD risks with the patient. With a majority of CVD events occurring in ‘intermediate risk groups’, the JBS3 argues that lowering the threshold for pharmacological intervention will enable more people to benefit from CVD prevention treatments.
Please access the JBS3 calculator here to check your 10-year risk of a CVD and your lifetime risks.
Hi Everyone! It’s been ages and I never seem to have the time to blog. I just realised that I got this blog on 25 Nov 2013 but I have not posted anything yet. I’m busy doing my essays for my preventive cardiology course and I’m also running “PENCILTUTOR”, a private O level school in Singapore (http://www.penciltutor.com) REMOTELY!!! Feel free to check out the school. I usually blog on the school’s blog once in a very rare while (http://penciltutor.blogspot.com) but I’m starting this new blog here!!! Feel free to add a comment… Cheers!