This article is written by Adel, who is a lawyer by training, and was a litigation lawyer in her previous life. She's now an over-indulgent mum to two little girls. She currently works part time at CaregiverAsia as General Counsel. Aside from entertaining her kids, Adel spends her spare time scouring for good eats in Singapore and beyond. She especially enjoys documenting her obsession for good food in the form of photos on Instagram. Always thinking of what and where to eat next...
A Will is a legal document in which a person declares what he or she wants done with his or her property at the time of their death. A Will does not take effect until the person who wrote it, known as the testator, passes on. The testator can also revoke a Will at any time before his or her death.
This article is written by April Han. She is a multi-passionate entrepreneur. With a formal education in Business Administration and years of working with healthcare startups under her belt, she is able to provide valuable advice to aspiring locums in terms of creativity, innovation, and discovery of solutions to the challenges amid our society’s growing demand for health services. A life-long learner with a growth mindset, she is currently expanding her knowledge of the healthcare marketplace through online courses and hands-on training from world-class mentors.
There are many ways to find work as a locum GP, but working with a locum agency is one of the easiest and most popular. A close second is working completely independently. This means you keep all the money you earn from your locum work. You also have more freedom regarding decision-making. But independent locums face a lot of administrative tasks which most physicians aren’t used to and possibly has little to no patience in handling them.