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Day 1 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.

Dr Jill Lee
Dr Jill Lee is an Associate Consultant in the Department of Urogynaecology at KK Women's and Children's Hospital and Core Faculty to the SingHealth Obstetrics and Gynaecology Residency Programme. She completed her MSc in Clinical Education at Edinburgh University and was formerly Co-Chair of the SingHealth Residents' Committee. Aside from clinical work and teaching, she is passionate about medical education research and continually seeks to improve the delivery of patient care and the learning experience of medical students and junior doctors. Whilst Chief Resident, Dr Jill developed “WhatsUpDoc”, a mobile reference app, a collaborative project between the SingHealth OBGYN ACP and SingHealth Residency's Centre of Resident and Faculty Development.

Dr Moy Wai Lun
​Dr Moy Wai Lun is an Internal Medicine Consultant currently practising at Sengkang General Hospital (SKH). He is also the Programme Director for the PGY1 training programme at SKH, Clinical Assistant Professor (Duke-NUS school of medicine), Clinical Senior Lecturer (YLL school of medicine), and Clinical Teacher (LKC school of medicine). Dr Moy also holds the Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Education and is pursuing his Masters of Medical Education with the University of Dundee, United Kingdom.

A/Prof Yuen Heng Wai
​Assoc Prof Yuen Heng Wai is a Senior Consultant ENT surgeon at Changi General Hospital (CGH) where he spearheads the Otology, Hearing Implant and Skull base surgery services; he is well-respected locally and internationally for his expertise in treating adult hearing and balance disorders and lateral skull base tumors. He has a Master’s degree in Health Professions Education and is deeply involved in medical education and training. A/Prof Yuen holds and has held various leadership positions in Education within CGH and SingHealth, including past Associate Programme Director for SingHealth Otolaryngology Residency, the Director of the Centre for Advanced Clinical and Surgical Skills (CACS) at CGH, Deputy Director of Undergraduate Education in CGH, and the Campus Director of the SingHealth-Duke NUS Institute of Medical Simulation (SIMS). He is also programme director for the SUTD-Duke NUS Clinician Innovator Special Track.

Ms Helen Yeo

Ms Helen Yeo, Director Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office, joined SingHealth in 2014. Before joining SingHealth, Helen has worked in the public sector with experience gained in different portfolios from Corporate Planning, Corporate Services and Operations, Organisational Development, and Information Management.

In GME, Ms Helen is responsible for the management oversight of the department in supporting more than 900 residents and approximately 450 PGY1s in training. She is a strong believer in the shared mission of SingHealth Residency in nurturing future generations of medical professionals with the necessary competencies, attributes and values to deliver quality, and affordable healthcare to our people.

Ms Rachel Ho
Ms Rachel Ho is the Team Lead of the Internal Medicine Residency Programme. She has gained extensive experience and management skills throughout her working years. She also believes in maintaining a positive attitude in life as it helps her to embrace learning new things with long term vision. She received the Singapore Health Quality Service Award in 2017 and published a scholarly project in 2019 on Internal Medicine residents’ examination performance. In her free time, Ms Rachel enjoys cafe-hopping and travelling. She likes to exercise as a form of stress-relieving activity especially after a long day at work.

​​Ms Nur Suhaila
Ms Nur Suhaila, A Senior Executive in Medicine ACP since April 2020, began her career in SingHealth in the Graduate Medical Education (GME) office where she was the Programme Executive, Team Lead of the Internal Medicine and Rheumatology Senior Residency Programme. She was then appointed as the Cluster Representative of the Residency Programmes in Medicine ACP. Driven by her passion to make a difference, Ms Suhaila hopes to continue playing an important role as an administrator in Medical Education and Medical Humanities. Placing self-care as a top priority, her healing and de-stressing come in the form of travelling and cooking.

Mr Gary Ong
Mr Gary Ong is a Senior Manager in Medicine ACP, overseeing the Education and Medical Humanities Offices. Improvement and education are his twin passions and a strong advocate in building an academic culture among administrators. Proud to be a newly minted SGH QI Coach, Mr Gary is eager to advance his academic pursuit in the improvement domain and while upskilling his team by learning data science programming languages to be future-ready academic medicine administrators. He also loves coffee from the bottom of his heart and is one of the few who sees coffee and a good night’s sleep as best friends.

Ms Clasandra 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. Ms Clasandra is a firm believer of building an improvement mindset and constantly challenges herself to excel in her work and personhood. She also 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.

Mr Colin Foo
Mr Colin Foo is the Executive from the Internal Medicine Residency Programme and one of the QI Co-Leads within Med ACP Education together with Ms Clasandra. As a QI Administrator, Mr Colin is enthusiastic in working together with colleagues to strive and improve processes within the team. His ultimate principle is simple, which is trying to improve the little things at work (and in life too). He also enjoys good food and drinks and hearty chats with his close friends. Me time at home is best spent on his couch with a good read.

Ms Esther Chng

Ms Esther Chng is currently the Executive for SingHealth Duke-NUS Supportive and Palliative Care Centre, supporting the setup of the new Disease Centre within the SingHealth cluster. Prior to this portfolio, she was the Programme Executive for Medical Oncology Senior Residency from 2017 to 2020. With a strong belief in “making life easier”, Ms Esther has created various templates and trackers to allow ease of use by end-users including residents and faculties. These included Protected Training Time (PTT) and Evaluation trackers to provide real-time updates on training progress and promote self-reliance among residents and Milestones template for easier assessment by faculties in the Internet Separation era.