Lifestyle Management II
NUS, NUHS & S3
About this course
Stress can be experienced by anyone, be it in school, at work or even at home. Not all stress is bad. However, stress management is important and useful especially when it becomes overwhelming.
Lifestyle Management II course introduces stress management skills and strategies to help you manage and cope with stress. Dealing with stress is important to help you improve your mental health and well-being.
Participants who have completed the graded quizzes and obtained a passing score of 50% will be eligible for Certificate of Participation. The download link to the Certificate will be available under the Progress Tab in the course site.
Singaporeans aged 50 and above are eligible for National Silver Academy subsidised fees. Please apply coupon code NSAAWE106 at the Checkout Page.
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Course Access Period
Please note that this is an online self-paced asynchronous course where learners will be granted two months of access from the enrolment date. Do also note that the course tile may take up to 48 hours to show up on your dashboard after purchase, and your access will start after it has been made accessible.
What you will learn
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Define stress and identify its sources
- Explain the effects of stress
- Recommend techniques to manage stress
- Adopt Mindfulness practices to improve mental well-being
Mr Wee has extensive experience in the financial services industry where he held various senior positions during his past career. Early in his career, he was involved in corporate strategy, portfolio management policy and economic research with United Overseas Bank Limited. Mr Wee later served as chief executive officer of HLG Capital Bhd, managing director of United Industrial Corporation Limited, president of Vickers Capital Limited and chief executive officer of Vickers Ballas Holdings Limited.
Mr Wee was ... first introduced to meditation as a young child by an Indian Yoga Guru. However, it was only during the late 1990s that he started attending regular meditation classes and residential meditation retreats in and outside Singapore, conducted primarily by Buddhist Monks. Mr Wee also has more than 10 years of experience in conducting meditation classes and talks in various religious and secular settings.
A/Prof Goh Lee Gan graduated with a distinction in Social Medicine and Public health at University of Singapore (presently known as NUS) and subsequently underwent training in internal medicine, culminating in the Master of Medicine. In 1987, A/Prof Goh left private practice to join the then National University of Singapore. He taught Public Health, and Family Medicine at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He is presently an Associate Program Director in the National University Polyclinics Family Medicine Residency Program.
A/Prof Goh is ... a Past President of the College of Family Physicians Singapore, and Past Regional Vice President of the World Organisation of Family Doctors. He has 60 publications cited in the PubMed literature on Family Medicine and Public Health. Together with Prof Kua and several other colleagues in the Department of Psychological Medicine, they developed the NUS Age Well Everyday (AWE) programme in 2015 and piloted in Queenstown Community Centre. The programme has now been extended to six community centres in Singapore namely, Queenstown, Eunos, Tampines Changkat, Bishan North, Hougang and Chong Pang as of 2019.