SHARON ONG, Singapore
Dr Sharon Ong is dually accredited in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care. She was awarded a fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham focusing on Liver Transplant. She also holds the European Diploma in Intensive Care and is a Senior Consultant in the Intensive Care Medicine Department at the Singapore General Hospital and Sengkang General Hospital where she manages critically ill medical, surgical, neurosurgical, transplant and burns patients. She is currently the Head of Anaesthesiology at Sengkang General Hospital and her critical care research interests include infection control, nutrition, and education. She has authored/co-authored more than thirty publications in anaesthesiology, critical care and medical education and has international, regional, and national research collaborations and grants as a principal and co-investigator. Dr Ong is also the Associate Program Director of the Singhealth Anaesthesia Residency Program and supervises critical care training for residency. She is a fellow of the Academy of Medicine.
YIM CHIK FOO, Singapore
A qualified and practicing anaesthetist since 2002 with 16 years of subspecialized practice in obstetric anaesthesia since 2005. Completed a Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at the Mayo Clinic, USA, in 2003 and sits on several national intensive care committees and task force. Has been involved in more than 20 years of medical education since appointed a tutor at the NUS Faculty of Medicine since 2000. Is presently appointed a National Examiner for Anaesthesiology by the MOH and participates actively as an Examiner for both Undergraduate and Post Graduate examinations.
Has been actively involved in the Singapore Formula One races in the Medical Team as well as in Medical Relief Missions abroad both as participant as well as Team Leader.
Instrumental as Vice Chairperson for World Congress of Anesthesiologists 2024 for Singapore hosting the WCA 2024.
Awarded 3 Singapore National Day Awards for various contributions in medical practice.
DELICIA SER, Singapore
Delicia is Managing Partner of Cydel Pte Ltd, an Organisational Psychology consultancy. She also pursues her lifelong passion as an Aviation Psychologist with Travcon Pte Ltd, an aerospace training consultancy.
In her career, she headed Aviation Psychology in the RSAF for nearly two decades, and developed cutting edge talent assessment tests and designed talent selection systems for pilots and other critical air vocations. She also developed mental resilience and adaptability training for elite military pilots, and was involved in performance coaching to help them reach peak performance.
Delicia also provides Crew Resource Management and Human Factors training for the aviation and other industries, and served as an aviation psychology and human factors expert on the Singapore Airlines SQ006 investigation team. She currently serves as a volunteer Inspector of Accidents with Singapore’s Transport Safety and Investigation Bureau.
JERRY TAN, Singapore
Dr Jerry Tan is a cardiothoracic Anaesthestist with a special interest in regional anaesthesia and ultrasonography. He received his Master of Medicine in anaesthesiology and is also a fellow with the Australia and New Zealand college of Anaesthestist. He possesses Masters in Clinical Ultrasound and a diploma in regional anaesthesia. He spends majority of his clinical work in both cardiothoracic and vascular surgery.
VERA LIM, Singapore
Vera is a Consultant in the Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital. She co-chairs the ERAS Taskforce which oversees the implementation and sustainability of ERAS workflows. The taskforce comprises ERAS leads from surgery, nursing and allied health disciplines and have, over the last 5 years, come to appreciate the value of coordinated perioperative care.
Vera has an interest in regional anaesthesia and is also a Core Clinical Faculty Member of the NHG Anaesthesiology Residency Program.
THEODORE WONG, Singapore
Dr Ted Wong is a senior consultant anesthesiologist at the Singapore General Hospital. Born, raised and trained in Canada, after completing his neuroanesthesia fellowship in London , Ontario , Canada – he has spent the past 20+ years in Singapore gaining extensive experience in airway management for head and neck surgeries and evaluating various airway adjuncts. He heads the airway group at Singapore General Hospital and has been instrumental in evaluating and procuring airway adjuncts , formulating the airway carts and developing and stocking FONA ( front of neck access ) kits for all anesthetic sites. He is presently platform director of critical care and anesthesia workshops – SGH Surgical Skills Center , which includes the FACT workshop ( fundamental in airway and central line training ) , the advanced airway workshop – primarily teaching basic and advanced skills in fiberoptic use. He was also instrumental in starting the first National Airway Programme – and directed the inaugural NAPS course ( National Airway Programme –Singapore ) in 2018 . Dr Wong has published various articles in airway management and has given numerous talks and conducted workshops both locally and internationally on the management of difficult airways.
TAY KWANG HUI, Singapore
Dr Tay Kwang Hui is a Senior Consultant from Department of Anaesthesia in NUH. He completed Anaesthesia training in 2004 in Singapore and trained in chronic pain management at Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney, Australia in 2007. Since then, he has been part of the pain management service in NUH, running the chronic pain clinic and performing some of the pain interventions.
Dr Tay finds communications a very challenging aspect of practicing medicine hence his interest and talk today.
SHAHANI JAGDISH, Singapore
MD (Anesthesiology) from AIIMS, Delhi (1982-1984)
Worked primarily as Adult and Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiology from 1984-Till date
Working as Sr. Consultant Anesthesiologist at KKH from 2007- Till date
Special Interest : Transfusion, Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia
SEAN LOH, Singapore
Clin Assistant Professor Sean Loh is a Consultant in the Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine in Changi General Hospital. He completed his Respiratory and Critical Care fellowship at Wake Forest Medical Center, North Carolina, USA, a key NHLBI ARDS Network hospital with close to 100 ICU beds.
He is the Associate Programme Director of Singhealth Internal Medicine Junior Residency and has a keen interest in medical education, organising workshops on Intensive Care Medicine for residents rotating through the MICU.
He is the Vice President of the Singapore Thoracic Society (STS), and in the Exco of the Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SICM) and committee of SG-ANZICS. His areas of critical care medicine interests and research include CRRT, ICU ultrasound, delirium and sedation.
RAJIVE DABAS, Singapore
Rajive Dabas was born in the UK and qualified from King’s College Hospital School of Medicine and Dentistry, London in 1994. After House Jobs in medicine and surgery and brief stints in emergency and general medicine, he commenced his anaesthesia training in 1997.
Rajive gained a National Training Number for the prestigious West Midlands rotation, during which he attained his FRCA in 2001.
From 2004-2015, he was a Consultant at City Hospital in Birmingham and subsequently moved to Singapore in the latter part of 2015 where he is now is a Senior Consultant at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
He has a wide variety of experience in all aspects of anaesthesia but his areas of interest are obstetrics, management of the difficult airway and teaching.
PRABHU MAHESH, United Arab Emirates
Dr Prabhu Mahesh is a Consultant in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Intensive care and Cardiothoracic ICU Director at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. He is an echo enthusiast and a member of the ACTACC TOE Sub-committee, EACTA TOE Committee, EACTA VAD & Transplant Committee and BSE Accreditation committee. He has been the TOE Lead for ACTACC/BSE TOE accreditation. He is also member of the BSE council.
He serves on the editorial board of Annals of Cardiac anaesthesia. His interests include Transoesophageal Echocardiography, Thoracic organ transplantation and teaching.
PATRICK WONG, New Zealand
Patrick has been a consultant anaesthetist specialising in difficult airway management at various teaching hospitals in London, Singapore and more recently in New Zealand. He has given national and international lectures, and published articles and a book chapter on difficult airway management. He also has an interest in neuromuscular drugs, reversal and monitoring.
NUALA LUCAS, United Kingdom
Dr Nuala Lucas is a Consultant Anaesthetist at Northwick Park Hospital. Her major interest is obstetric anaesthesia. She has served as Honorary Secretary of the Obstetric Anaesthetists’ Association and is Chair of their Education Subcommittee. Nuala is the anaesthetic co-lead for the UK Confidential Maternal Death Enquiries (MBRRACE-UK). She is a senior editor for the International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia. She was the sole anaesthetic member of the guideline development groups for the National Institute of Health & Care Excellence guidelines for Caesarean section (2011), Intrapartum care (2014) and Twins (2019). She was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to anaesthesia during the COVID19 pandemic. Her research interests include complications of obstetric anaesthesia.
NICHOLAS SADOVNIKOFF, United State of America
Dr. Niranjan Chogle is a Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia. He is based in the Ulster Hospital, Belfast, UK.
Qualifications FFPMRCA FCARCSI MD MBBS
Dr. Chogle graduated from India and underwent Anaesthesia & Cancer Pain training there. He undertook further training in the UK from 2002 till 2008. He was appointed as a Consultant in Ulster Hospital in 2008, and he continues to work there.
He underwent Advanced Pain Training in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Scotland.
Areas of interests include:
1. Palliative Cancer pain interventions
2. Pain Education at primary care levels
3. Primary Pain Disorders
4. Oro Facial Pain
He continues to work as an Airway Lead and a Head & Neck Anaesthetist in the regional maxillofacial & reconstructive surgical Unit.
MUKESH KUMAR SHAH, Singapore
Dr Mukesh Shah is a Senior Consultant, Department of Women’s Anaesthesia, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
He also holds clinical teaching positions, post-graduate namely, Clinical Physician Faculty member, Anaesthesiology for SingHealth Residency Program, and Adjunct Assistant Professor (SingHealth Duke-NUS Anaesthesiology & Perioperative Sciences Academic Clinical Programme) and undergraduate as Clinical Senior Lecturer (Yong Lu Lin School of Medicine NUS).
He has 14 publications in international journals (including four as first author) and 12 publications in local journals (including eight as first author).
He has been an invited speaker at local (seven) and international (four) conferences.
He has been part of the Singapore Society of Anaesthesiologists committees producing CAS Practice Guidelines for Perioperative fasting and Perioperative Hypothermia (2019), Safety Guidelines in Anaesthesia (2006) and contributed to SingHealth Anaesthesia Lectures for Non-trainee Medical Officers (2002).
MAY, UN SAM MOK, Singapore
Dr May Mok is a senior consultant anaesthetist working in Singapore General Hospital and Head of the Obstetric Anaesthetic Service in SGH. She has a strong interest in obstetric anaesthesia, patient safety, simulation and education.
Clinical and academic interest:
She set up the Anaesthetic High Risk Obstetric Clinic in SGH in 2015 aiming to improve multi-disciplinary workflow for this group of patients.
She has been a faculty for the international “Managing Obstetric Emergency and Trauma” (MOET) Course since 2009 and has been teaching and organizing team base obstetric emergency courses such as “PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training” (PROMT) course in the UK and Singapore
MAUREEN CHENG, Singapore
Maureen completed medical school at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 2006 and obtained anaesthesia specialist qualifications in 2010. In her subspeciality training, she completed a thoracic anaesthesia and lung transplantation fellowship at Toronto General Hospital in Canada. She has also undergone further fellowship training in cardiothoracic anaesthesia at Harefield Hospital and Royal Papworth Hospital in the UK.
She worked as a locum consultant in cardiothoracic anaesthesia, intensive care and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in Royal Papworth Hospital prior to joining Singapore General Hospital.
Maureen’s interests include complex thoracic surgery, cardiothoracic transplantation and mechanical circulatory support.
DEEPAK MATHUR, Singapore
Dr Deepak Mathur received his anaesthesiology training in the UK. He worked as a Consultant Anaesthetist in the Scottish Highlands before moving to the KK Hospital, Singapore where he is currently Deputy Head and Senior Consultant in the Department of Women’s Anaesthesia.
He serves as the Academic Vice-Chair (Clinical Quality & Services) for the SingHealth and Duke-NUS Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Sciences Academic Clinical Programme.
As a clinical tutor for the Duke-NUS and YLL Schools of Medicine and core faculty and member of the Clinical Competency Committee of the SingHealth Anaesthesiology Residency Program, he is actively involved with medical education, training and examinations.
During his appointment to the MOH Acute Pain Sub-Committee, he contributed to the development of the National Guidelines for Safe Prescribing of Opioids, currently awaiting publication.
His clinical and research interests lie in obstetric anaesthesia, especially in obstetric resuscitation, and in the study of medical law and ethics.
LUKE TOH, Singapore
Dr. Luke Toh, MBBS, FRCR, MMED(D. Radio) is an Interventional Radiologist subspecializing in women’s and children’s interventions with a passion for uterine preservation, supporting the obstetrics service for cases of abnormal placentation and others with high risk of peripartum haemorrhage, and also promoting uterine artery embolization as an alternative for the management of symptomatic fibroids. He is head and senior consultant of the Interventional Radiology Service, and Deputy head of the Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging, KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital, and also visiting consultant at the Department of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Singapore General Hospital. Dr. Toh is Clinical Assistant Professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Anatomy, NUS-YLL Medical School.
LEE SUMIN, Singapore
Sumin is a senior consultant in the Department of Paediatric Anaesthesia in KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Her professional interests are in paediatric anaesthesia, medical education, healthcare simulation and patient experience.
GYORGY FRENDL, United State of America
I am a clinician educator and translational researcher in anesthesiology and critical care. I am the Research Director at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Over the past 5 years, we have participated in over 10 clinical trials (3 COVID).
One of our current work is defining the contribution of sarcopenia to outcomes after esophagectomies, using artificial intelligence-based analysis of chest and abdominal CTs. This approach is applicable to all surgeries and their outcomes.
We developed a large research patient database allowing ongoing outcomes research for thoracic surgical patients (at the BWH Lung Center). In collaboration with MIT data scientists, the BWH infection control program and groups at Emory and Cedar Sinai, I we are developing an AI-based risk prediction algorithm for the prevention of C. diff. colitis.
Nationally, I was the Chair of the ASA Subcommittee for Critical Care Abstract Review and a member for 9 years. I am a member of the ASA Committee on Academic Anesthesiology and the ASA Critical Care Education Committee. I was invited to serve as the Chair of the National Guideline Development Task Force for The American Association for Thoracic Surgery for the prevention and management of perioperative atrial fibrillation, published in 2014. I have been serving as a member of the FAER/ASA Committee on Research for 11 years. I was a member of the Soc. of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) President’s Task Force for Simulation, charged with creating national standards for simulation in critical care.
GERALDINE CHEONG, Singapore
Dr Geraldine Cheong, a senior consultant anaesthesiologist in KTPH, developed her interest in RA during training. She obtained the European Diploma of RA and Pain Management in 2018 and completed a one-year fellowship in Regional Anaesthesia and Pain in Toronto in 2020. She is currently the RA and APS lead in KTPH, as well as Fellowship Director for the KTPH RA Fellowship
DAPHNE KOH, Singapore
Dr Koh is a long serving member of Singapore General Hospital’s division of anaesthesiology and perioperative medicine having joined after receiving her specialist degrees in the last century. She has served in many capacities over the years and is now a senior consultant in the department of comprehensive anaesthesia.
CLAUDIA TIEN, Singapore
Dr Claudia Tien is an anesthesiologist and intensive care physician at Singapore General Hospital. She completed her residency in Singapore and did her Intensive Care Medicine fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in the United States. She also completed her master’s in public health at the TH Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University.
Dr Claudia’s clinical interests are In Hospital Cardiac Arrest management and Anesthesia for complex cases. She have supported the Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy program at SGH for the last 2 years.
My other interests are global health and improving access to care in middle- and low-income countries. Outside of work, I enjoy gardening and running before work.
CHRISTOPHER LIU, Singapore
Christopher Liu is currently a consultant at the Division of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Singapore General Hospital. He completed his anesthesiology training as a Singhealth resident in 2016 and a fellowship in interventional pain management at the University of Toronto in 2017. He has an interest in ultrasound guided regional anesthesia as well as interventional pain procedures. He has also served as a faculty at conferences, regional anesthesia and interventional pain workshops.
BEATRICE LIM, Singapore
Dr Beatrice Lim is an anaesthesiologist in Tan Tock Seng Hospital. She has special interest in neuroanaesthesia and medical education. She has completed a neuroanaesthesia fellowship in Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney and she is currently the Associate Program Director for the Anaesthesiology Residency program in National Healthcare Group.
ASHISH RANJAN SATAPATHY, Singapore
A graduate from India, Dr Ashish Ranjan Satapathy- MBBS, D.A., FRCA, EDRA, completed his PG Diploma in Anaesthesia at KMC Manipal, where he was awarded the Gold Medal for being the best outgoing student of his batch.
Dr Satapathy then went to U.K and completed the coveted RCoA anaesthesia training programme. During training he discovered his passion for UGRA and took a year out to pursue an RA fellowship programme at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee. During this year he presented and published his research in peer reviewed journals and also cleared the EDRA exams.
In his first appointment as a Consultant Anaesthetist at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Dr Satapathy, contributed immensely to RA training in his hospital and the Scottish RA training Programme.
Currently Dr Satapathy is working Singapore where he continues his passion for teaching and training in USRA and is the Acute pain and RA lead at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, NUHS
ANDREW ROSCOE, Singapore
Andrew completed medical school at the University of Liverpool in 1995 and undertook his anaesthesia specialist training in Leicester, U.K.
He completed fellowships in both cardiac and thoracic anaesthesia in U.K. and Canada.
He previously worked as Assistant Professor in Anaesthesia at Toronto General Hospital and as a Consultant in the Department of Anaesthesia at Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, U.K.
Andrew’s interests include perioperative transoesophageal echocardiography, cardiothoracic transplantation and mechanical circulatory support.
AARON LEE, Singapore
Dr Lee is a Senior Consultant with the Department of Anaesthesiology, Singapore General Hospital. After completing his specialist training in Anaesthesiology in Singapore, he underwent fellowship training in neuroanaesthesia at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia. He has special interests in medical informatics and neuroanaesthesia. He is also appointed as Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Sengkang General Hospital.
VICTORIA ELEY, Australia
A/Prof Eley completed her PhD in the anaesthetic care of the obese parturient in 2017 and is current supervisor to three PhD anaesthetists. She is engaged in the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists as a member of the Research Committee and Quality and Safety Committee and was Chair of the Obstetric Anaesthesia SIG from 2016-2020. She contributes to research support and planning at the institutional level, has 35 peer-reviewed publications with broad interdisciplinary collaborations and regularly presents original research at national conferences. In 2021 she commenced a four-year Metro North Clinician Research Fellowship to undertake clinical and laboratory projects exploring antibiotics and the microbiome in maternity care.
TI LIAN KAH, Singapore
Dr Ti Lian Kah is the Director of Cardiac Anaesthesia in the Department of Anaesthesia, NUHS and a tenured Associate Professor in NUS.
Dr Ti graduated from NUS and completed his cardiac anaesthesia fellowship at Duke University, USA. He has published extensively on risk factors and outcomes after cardiac surgery, on delirium, acute kidney injury, and atrial fibrillation. His current research is in the fields of neurocognitive ageing and postoperative neurological outcomes.
Dr Ti currently serves on the boards of the Asian-Australasian Regional Section and the Scientific Committee of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists. He is also the Co-Scientific Chair for the Planning Committee of the 18th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists, to be held in Singapore in 2024. He is a Past President of both the College of Anaesthesiologists Singapore and the Singapore Society of Anaesthesiologists.
SNG BAN LEONG, Singapore
Ban Leong Sng is the Head and Senior Consultant at the Department of Women’s Anaesthesia at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Academic Vice Chair (Research) in the Singhealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Sciences Academic Clinical Program. He is an Associate Professor at the Duke-NUS Medical School and has attained several national level research grants. Ban Leong is a Core Faculty with the Singhealth Anaesthesiology Residency Program (SHARP). His research interests include postsurgical and childbirth pain, pain and psychological vulnerability factors associated with childbirth and developing innovative vasopressor, epidural and intravenous analgesia delivery systems.
SANDEEP MUTHA, India
Sandeep Mutha received his MD (anesthesiology) from BJMC Pune University in 1994, He has started practice as a consulting anesthesiologist from January 1995. since May 1995, he is working as a cardiac anaesthesologist till present day at Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune. Since August 1995, he is a consultant anaesthesiologist at Poona Hospital & Research Center in Pune.
NGIAM KEE YUAN, Singapore
A/Prof Ngiam Kee Yuan is the Group Chief Technology Officer at the National University Health System (NUHS) Singapore overseeing technology deployment in the Western Healthcare Cluster of Singapore. In his role he assists the Chief Executive to implement new technologies throughout NUHS and serves as the Chief Advisor to the Centre for Innovation in Healthcare in NUHS.
A/Prof Ngiam is concurrently the Deputy Chief Medical Information Officer at the NUHS with a special focus on Artificial Intelligence research and information technology implementation in healthcare.
In his capacity as Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine NUS, A/Prof Ngiam engages in research into endocrine and metabolic surgery as well as artificial intelligence applications in healthcare.
A/Prof Ngiam promotes interdisciplinary collaboration throughout the National University of Singapore campus, particularly between the schools of medicine, engineering and computer science for various healthcare applications. He was awarded the ExxonMobil-NUS Research Fellowship for Clinicians in 2007 and numerous teaching awards for his work in research and education.
LIE SUI AN, Singapore
Dr Lie Sui An is currently employed as Consultant with the Department of Surgical Intensive Care under Division of Anaesthesiology, Singapore General Hospital. He obtained his medical degree from the National University of Singapore in 2007 and became a member of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) in 2013. He then underwent anaesthesiology residency training, going on to be certified as a specialist in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine in 2017 and 2018 respectively. Subsequent to specialist accreditation, Dr Lie went on to complete Anaesthesiology Critical Care Fellowship at the renowned Brigham and Women’s Hospital, teaching hospital affiliated to Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA, USA)
LEE SHU YING, Singapore
Dr Lee Shu Ying is a paediatric anaesthetist at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Singapore. She is also a Clinical lecturer at YLL School of Medicine, Duke’s/NUS Clinical Adjunct Assist Professor and SingHealth Residency Clinical Physician Faculty.
She completed her paediatric anaesthesia fellowship, with a focus on ultrasound-guided blocks at Alderhey Children’s Hospital, UK, and obtained the European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia & Pain Therapy in 2012.
She is an advocate for and teaches ultrasound-guided regional blocks in children. Her other research interests include peri-operative temperature management.
JOHN C JOHN, United Kingdom
Dr J C John is a Consultant Anaesthetist from Robert Jones and Agnest Hunt Orthopaedic Foundation Trust in UK.
Dr John was awarded the Robert Jones medal in 2021 from the British Orthopaedic Association. In the same year, he was awarded the Presidents medal British society of Orthopedic anesthetists. Dr John is also a finalist in the leadership category BMJ awards in 2013.
HO YING CI, Singapore
Dr Ho Ying Ci is a Consultant Anaesthesiologist in the Department of Anaesthesiology, Division of Anaesthesia, Singapore General Hospital.
She received her MBBS in 2009 and her MMed (Anaesthesiology) in 2014 from Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University Singapore. She is also a fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore.
Dr Ho is trained in liver transplant anaesthesia and takes a special interest in anaesthesia for hepatopancreatobiliary surgery. In 2017, she completed her liver transplant anaesthesia fellowship in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
EILEEN LEW, Singapore
Dr Eileen Lew graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1996 and obtained her anaesthesiology accreditation in 2004. She is Chair of the Division of Clinical Support Services at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and a Senior Consultant in the Department of Women’s Anaesthesia. She is also the Campus Director of Medical Innovation and Care Transformation at KKH.
Dr Lew was awarded the KKH Fellowship in Perioperative Medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center and was responsible for setting up an outpatient preanaesthesia evaluation clinic that facilitated an increase in same-day-admission surgeries. She assumed headship in Women’s Anaesthesia from 2012-2017 and served as Chair of Hospital Transfusion Committee (2010-2019) during which she worked to improve patient blood management, including the initiation of an obstetric cell salvage service and massive transfusion protocol. Her past and current interests include mobile health technologies and IOT, management of anaemia in obstetrics and acquisition of epidural procedural skills by novel residents. She has co-authored three book chapters and published in areas of obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia and computerised health assessment.
Dr Lew is committed to advancing medical education as Clinical Senior Lecturer of Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Core Faculty of SingHealth Anaesthesiology Residency Programme and member of the Master of Medicine Examination Committee (NUS). She was awarded the SingHealth Outstanding Faculty RiSE Award in 2015
EDWIN SEET, Singapore
Dr Edwin Seet is a Senior Consultant Anaesthesiologist from Khoo Teck Puat Hospital in Singapore. His current appointment is the Clinical Director, Office of Clinical Governance. Academic appointments include Adjunct Associate Professor with the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (National University of Singapore), and the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (Nanyang Technological University).
Dr Seet completed a clinical fellowship in Ambulatory Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine with the University Health Network (Toronto, Canada) under an inaugural Ministry of Health scholarship. He has research interests and publications in obstructive sleep apnoea, airway management, pain adjuvants, preoperative evaluation and geriatric anaesthesia; with more than 60 peer reviewed publications in high impact factor journals such as JAMA, Anesthesiology and the British Journal of Anaesthesia.
CHOW SAU YEE, Singapore
Dr. Sau Yee Chow is an anaesthesiologist who recently completed her intensive care medicine training. She is a consultant at the Division of Anaesthesia, Singapore General Hospital. Her clinical interests are in adult intensive care, thoracic anaesthesia, airway management and simulation-based education. She believes in promoting team-based and patient-centred care, and empathetic communication with patients and their loved ones to empower them in exercising informed and autonomous decision-making. She is also invested in the medical education of junior doctors as she believes they are the future in the practice of Anaesthesia.
CHONG CHIN TED, Singapore
Dr Chong is specialist accredited with the Ministry of Health (Singapore) in Anaesthesiology (2008) and Intensive Care Medicine (2013). Presently Senior Consultant with Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, National Healthcare Group (Singapore), his subspecialty interest is in neuroanaesthesia and neurocritical care. Currently, he is also serving in Asian Society of Neuroanaestheia and Critical Care (ASNACC) and Singapore Society of Anaesthesiologists (SSA).