Trauma is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality amongst the economically active and young population. Disability following trauma further adds to the socioeconomic burden of the society.
On behalf of the Organising Committee, I would like to express heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all faculty, delegates, sponsors, partners and fellow colleagues who have supported the Singapore Trauma and Acute Care Conference (STACC) this year. Your commitment, passion and trust were key to making STACC 2023 a success.
"Diverse Challenges, Sharing Solutions" resonated with our delegates and faculty. The scientific committee delivered an excellent program guided by this theme. We witnessed fellowships renewed, bonds strengthened and new friendships formed during the conference.
All of you made the event an invaluable platform to share learning experiences, insights on trauma/ acute care practices, and advances in diverse environments across the world.
My deepest appreciation to everyone involved in STACC 2023.
We look forward to seeing you again at STACC 2025!
Adj A/Prof Teo Li-Tserng
Chairman, Singapore Trauma and Acute Care Conference (STACC) 2023
03 May, 2016
Eveline Gan (TODAY)
S’pore hospitals provide psychological support in aftermath of falls, road accidents
29 March, 2013
Poon Chian Hui (The Straits Times)
WHEN a person shows up at Tan Tock Seng Hospital’s (TTSH) emergency department with life-threatening injuries, he goes straight to its “trauma centre”.