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Associate Professor Fatimah Lateef

Director, SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Medical Simulation (SIMS)

Senior Consultant, Department of Emergency Medicine and Trauma, Singapore General Hospital
Director, Clinical Service and Quality,
Director, Undergraduate Training and Education,
Department of Emergency Medicine, Singapore General Hospital
Core Faculty, Emergency Medicine Residency Programme, SingHealth
Adjunct Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
Adjunct Associate Professor, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine,
National University of Singapore​

Director of SIMS, Associate Professor Fatimah Lateef is highly passionate about simulation, having actively trained healthcare professionals to attain mastery of skills and situations.

She is also Senior Consultant, Director of Undergraduate Training and Education as well as Director of Clinical Service and Quality at the Department of Emergency Medicine, Singapore General Hospital. As Adjunct Associate Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School and Yong Loo Lin Medical School, National University of Singapore, she teaches part-time at the School of Health Sciences, Nanyang Polytechnic. Her areas of sub-specialisation include Pre-Hospital Care Medicine, Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Emergencies. She also leads various leadership groups, grooming youths and doctors to excel, which is also befitting her role as a core faculty, nurturing residents in Emergency Medicine.

A strong advocate of lifelong learning and empowerment, she has presented more than 600 abstracts at international conferences and published over 180 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. She is an active volunteer in the area of International Humanitarian Medicine and Acute Disaster Response, where she has led teams to countries such as Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, Myammar, Africa, Indonesia, China for a variety of causes and assistance. For her work in the various fields, she has been conferred awards such as Excellent Scientific Publication Award (2001), Best Teacher Award (2002), Good Mentor Award, SingHealth (2005), Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching, NUS (2008), Singapore Medical Journal Recognition Award for Review with Distinction, (2007-2014), Critical Talent Retention Award, SingHealth and The Academy of Medicine, Gold Reviewer Award (2011), Excellent Educator Award 2015, amongst others.​

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Associate Professor Andrew Tan

Co-Director, SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Medical Simulation (SIMS)

Director, SingHealth Duke-NUS Surgical Simulation Centre
Deputy Head (Education) and Senior Consultant, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Singapore General Hospital​

Associate Professor Andrew Tan greatly values the importance of training the next generation of healthcare professionals, and believes simulation plays a pivotal role in high-quality training and patient safety.

He was appointed Director of SGH Surgical Skills and Simulation Centre in 2011, and helped transform the centre into a full-fledged, comprehensive surgical skills training centre with skills-specific platforms that cut across all surgical and procedural specialties.
He subsequently oversaw the transformation of the SGH centre into a SingHealth Duke-NUS entity, moving the operations into the new facility at Academia to better serve the training needs of all staff and medical students.

Prof Tan also played an instrumental role in the crafting and ​setting up of SIMS. As Co-Director of the institute, he hopes that it will set a new milestone for simulation training and research in Singapore, helping us produce highly-skilled healthcare professionals, and putting us on the world map as a world-class simulation centre.

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Adjunct Associate Professor Mok Yee Hui

Co-Director, SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Medical Simulation (SIMS)

Senior Consultant, Children’s Intensive Care Unit, Department of Paediatric Subspecialties, KK Women’s and Children Hospital
Director, KK​ Hospital Simulation Centre
Adjunct Associate Professor, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine,
National University of Singapore
Adjunct Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore
Core Faculty, Pediatric Residency Programme, SingHealth​

​Adjunct Associate Professor Mok Yee Hui strongly believes that the experiential process and mindful reflection-upon-action debriefs are fundamental to simulation-based learning, and is the key to transformational practices to improve patient care for healthcare professionals, teams and organisations.

Dr Mok took over as Director of the KK Women’s and Children Hospital Simulation Centre in 2016, and hopes to guide the Simulation Centre to greater prominence as a specialised centre for neonatal, pediatric and women’s simulation training and research. She is also a consultant pediatric intensivist with the children’s intensive care unit at KK Women’s and Children Hospital, with interests in pediatric resuscitation and crisis resource management. Recognising the significant role that simulation training plays in preparing individuals and teams for high-risk, low-frequency events, she has been pivotal in developing and maintaining a simulation-based pediatric acute care curriculum for clinicians and nurses at KK Women’s and Children Hospital since 2007. Some of Dr Mok’s achievements in simulation include having successfully incorporated simulation-based learning into KKH’s Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport Service (CHETS) training, and using in-situ simulation as a tool to identify latent safety threats within the neonatal and pediatric extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) programme as well as pediatric resuscitation processes at KKH. 

In pursuit of her continued passion for cultivating future generations of healthcare professionals, she completed simulation instructor courses under the Center for Medical Simulation (Boston) and the Danish Institute for Medical Simulation (EuSim). She has also completed an educational fellowship with the Academic Medicine Education Institute (AM•EI) Singapore in 2014/2015, and is currently pursuing a Health Profession Educator’s program with the Harvard-Macy Institute. She has been awarded the Dean’s award for excellence in teaching at National University of Singapore and the Outstanding Faculty Award, Pediatric Residency SingHealth.

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Ms Sabrina Koh Bee Leng

Co-Director, SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Medical Simulation (SIMS)

Deputy Chair, College of Clinical Nursing (CCN)
Deputy Director, Nursing, Sengkang Health

In addition to being Co-Director of SIMS, Sabrina is a nurse educator with critical care and medical/surgical clinical experience. She also has experience in academic and clinical nursing course curriculum development and education administration as education lead in National University Hospital and currently in Sengkang Health. Since 2004, Sabrina has designed, planned and established one academic and two hospital-based simulation centres in Singapore. 

She has completed the year-long Nursing SimLead P​​rogramme by National League for Nursing (NLN) in the year 2013. She has served as co-chair for the Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH) in 2013 and International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) 2016.


Sabrina has been involved in clinical education training surrounding clinical workflows, patient safety, teamwork and communication, and clinical escalation through multi-disciplinary simulation training. She is the course director and faculty for the Simulation Essentials for Healthcare Education (SEHE) simulation faculty course. She is also conducting simulation faculty development program for regional simulation users focusing on scenario designs, facilitation and technical strategies.


Currently serving on the editorial advisory board for the National League for Nursing Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology, she is a sub-committee member for Quality and site reviewer, Accreditation Committee, SSH. She is also a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) under the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSiH).

Sabrina is the president for the Pan Asia Simulation Society in Health (PASSH) and Vice-President for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Singapore (SSHS).​