Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre
Address: 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
This meeting is accredited by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) under category 1B for a maximum of 12 CME points.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
This meeting is accredited by the Singapore Nursing Board (SNB) for a maximum of 12 CPE points.
Submission of Attendance via QR Code
(Singapore registered doctors, nurses & optometrists/opticians ONLY)
SMC registered doctors and SNB registered nurses who wish to claim full CME/CPE points must submit their attendance via the QR Code available at the entrance to Hall A, Hall B and Room 331.
Two submissions per day to claim for full CPE points:
- 1st submission between 07:00 – 12:45hrs for the attendance of morning sessions
- 2nd submission between 14:00 – 17:30hrs for the attendance of afternoon sessions
Optometrists and Opticians must submit their CPE claims themselves to the OOB directly. Attendance submitted via the QR Code only serves as a record of attendance. The award of CPE points is at the sole discretion of the OOB.
Attendance at industry lunch symposia is not eligible for CPE points.
CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
Certificate of Attendance will be issued to registered delegates who have attended the conference, and will be sent via email after the conference.
The official language of the 35th APACRS Annual Meeting is English.
Free Wi-Fi will be available at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Business attire is most appropriate for attending the annual meeting.
Although Singapore is a year-round destination, the best time to visit Singapore is from December to June. The months of February to April fall within Singapore’s dry season and is typically when the country has the least amount of rain, the lowest humidity, and the most sunshine.
Singapore Standard Time (SGT) is 8 hours ahead of the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+8).
The official national currency in Singapore is the Singapore Dollars (SGD). Major cards are widely accepted by establishments in Singapore; however, please check the service availability before making purchases.
The exchange rate is approximately USD 1 to SGD 1.32.
For international calls, the country code for Singapore is +65 followed by the phone number.
Water from the tap is safe to drink in Singapore. Bottled water is also widely available and can be purchased at any convenience store or supermarket.
The standard voltage in Singapore is 220-240V AC and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. The types of sockets or outlets used are the G type.