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Day 2 Speakers

A/Prof Tan Hak Koon

Assoc Prof Tan Hak Koon is the Designated Institutional Official, SingHealth Residency and the Chairman of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Academic Clinical Programme, SingHealth Duke-NUS.

A/Prof Tan is also the Chairman, Division of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, KKH. He was the President of the College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists Singapore (COGS) from 2013 to 2015.

Prof Chay Oh Moh

Prof Chay Oh Moh is the Campus Director, Education Office and Emeritus Consultant, Respiratory Medicine Service at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and the Associate Designated Institutional Official. She is a Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School and Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Adj Professor, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. She received her MBBS and M Med (Paediatrics) from the National University of Singapore and MSoc (Counseling) from the University of South Australia. She is also a fellow of the College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Academy of Medicine, Singapore and Chapter of Clinician Educator.

Teaching and training for more than 20 years, Prof Chay has been an outstanding mentor and educator making significant contributions to the professional initiation and development of innumerable medical students and residents in the areas of paediatrics and paediatric respiratory medicine. Prof Chay is instrumental in shaping the education for the next generation of healthcare providers and strongly promotes interprofessional learning.

A/Prof Raymond Goy
Assoc Prof Raymond Goy is a Senior Consultant Anaesthesiologist and Deputy Campus Education Director (Postgraduate Education) at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. He obtained his postgraduate certification (Master of Medicine Anaesthesia, Singapore and Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists) in 2003, and Masters of Health Professions Education (Maastricht) in 2017. His medical education research interests include reflective learning and practice, complex learning, work-based assessment, and feedback. A/Prof Goy is a member of the SingHealth Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP) Taskforce.
​​A/Prof Ong Hwee Kuan
Assoc Prof Ong Hwee Kuan has been practising as a Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapist since 1999. She has a keen interest in education and completed a Master’s study in Health Professional Education Programme in 2017. She is presently involved in both undergraduate and post-professional physiotherapy education. As the Clinical Education Lead for undergraduates Allied Health in SGH, A/Prof Ong believes that IPE & IPCP should be promoted early on, and targeting students on clinical attachment is a good opportunity to introduce IPCP. Together with 9 different health professionals, she leads the development of an e-Learning module aiming to improve the knowledge of roles, responsibilities, and scopes of practices of selected health professions. Today she will be sharing this e-Learning module on IPCP in a surgical setting.

​​Ms Jiang Saimin
Ms Jiang Saimin is the Nurse Clinician from KKH Women’s and Children’s Hospital. As an oncology -trained nurse, she manages the Women Day Therapy Centre - an ambulatory chemotherapy centre, and also oversees a multidisciplinary gynaecological ward. Her main interest is in teaching and nurturing her nurses’ knowledge and skill in the clinical area. She conducts workshops for nurses yearly for the last four years. She works very closely with the multidisciplinary teams in her area of practice. Ms Jiang is one of the members of SingHealth IPCP taskforce, a team promoting inter-professional collaboration amongst the healthcare staff at the cluster level.

​​Prof Lim Swee Han
Prof Lim Swee Han completed his medical undergraduate studies in 1986 from the National University of Singapore (NUS). He went on to complete his Accident & Emergency training in 1992. He is currently a senior consultant in the Department of Emergency Medicine, SGH, and he was the Head of Department of Emergency Medicine from 2003 to 2009. In SingHealth Residency, Prof Lim was appointed to the Programme Director (PD) of Transitional Year (TY) Programme, and subsequently the PD of the PGY 1 Programme from 2010 to 2018. Thereafter, he was appointed as Associate Designated Institutional Official (ADIO), SGH in 2019 and is presently still in the role. He is also the current Education Director, SGH Education Office.

​​A/Prof Nigel Tan

A/Prof Nigel Tan is currently a Senior Consultant with the Department of Neurology at the National Neuroscience Institute (NNI), Singapore. He received his MBBS from the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Medicine, in 1993. His basic training in Internal Medicine was done in Singapore, and his advanced training in Neurology at NNI-TTSH. His fellowship training in epilepsy was with Prof Samuel Berkovic in Melbourne, Australia. In the clinical arena, A/Prof Tan is a neurologist with an interest in epilepsy and epilepsy genetics.

In the area of health professions education, A/Prof Tan was previously Education Director, NNI, and Vice-Chair (Education) of the Neuroscience Academic Clinical Programme, overseeing health professions education within NNI. He graduated with a Masters in Health Professions Education (MHPEd) from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2013. He is currently Deputy Group Director Education (Undergraduate) for Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), overseeing pre-professional education across medical, nursing, and allied health across SingHealth. He is also directly involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching with all 3 medical schools in Singapore, and with Internal Medicine and Neurology Residency programmes. At the national level, he also serves on the Neurology Residency Advisory Committee as the Chair of the Examination Committee.

Internationally, A/Prof Tan is a member of the Genetics Literacy and also the Epilepsiome Task Forces of the International League Against Epilepsy. His research interests cover both neurology and education. His current neurology research interests focus on improving Genetic Literacy in epileptologists and neurologists, co-editing the Genetic Literacy series in Epileptic Disorders with Dr Daniel Lowenstein. In education, his research focuses on the use of team-based learning for neurology, assessing clinical reasoning, and the use of test-enhanced learning.

Dr Andrew Ong
Dr Andrew Ong is a Consultant Gastroenterologist from Singapore General Hospital. He was previously the Associate Programme Director in SingHealth Internal Medicine Residency Programme, and is currently the Programme Director of Singhealth Gastroenterology Residency Programme. Dr Ong has several interests in medical education, including faculty development, mentoring, and more recently, using social media to teach and to disseminate scholarly activities.

​​Ms Classandra Hum
Ms Clasandra Hum is the Executive of Gastroenterology Senior Residency Programme and QI Co-Lead within Med ACP Education. Driven by her pursuit for purpose, she is one who conducts her undertakings with an intentional mind. She is a firm believer of building an improvement mindset and constantly challenges herself to excel in her work and personhood. Ms Clasandra received the ‘You Shine’ Award in Jul 2019 and published one scholarly project in Sep 2020 which sought to reduce QI administration time. Outside of work, she is a food and fitness lover who enjoys engaging in deeper conversations of life over coffee.