List of accesskeys skip navigation

Assoc Prof Fatimah Bte Abdul Lateef

Senior Consultant

Department of Emergency Medicine

MBBS, FRCSEd (A&E), FAMS

Assoc Professor Fatimah Lateef is Senior Consultant, Emergency Department, SGH.

EDUCATION

  • MBBS 1990 (Singapore)
  • FRCS 1996 (Accident and Emergency Medicine and Surgery), (Edin)
  • Fellowship in Emergency Cardiac Care and Emergency Medical Services, 1999, University of Cincinnati/ Medical College of Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
  • Fellow, Academy of Medicine, Singapore (Emergency Medicine)

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS & COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS

  • Senior Consultant, Emergency Medicine
  • Associate Professor, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Dukes-NUS Graduate Medical School
  • Director, Undergraduate Training and Education in Emergency Medicine
  • Director, Clinical Service
  • Director , Quality and Safety
  • Vice Chairman, ACP, Emergency Medicine
  • Assistant  Director, Institute of Medical Simulation and EducationSenior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences, Nanyang Polytechnic
  • Member of Parliament, Singapore
  • Advanced Specialist Paramedic Training, Civil Defence Academy
  • Member , National Taskforce, Emergency Cardiac Care and Prehospital Care
  • International Advisory Panel, Maxhealthcare Institute of Medical Education, New Delhi, India
  • International Governance and Advisory Board Member, Queensland Tropical Health Alliance

AWARDS

  • Best Reviewer Award. Singapore Medical Journal 2012 March
  • The Singapore Health Quality Service Award 2011: Gold Award
  • Annals, Academy of Medicine, Gold Reviewer Award, June 2011
  • Singapore Medical Journal Reviewer Recognition Award, June 2011
  • Singapore Medical Journal Reviewer Recognition Award 2010
    Critical talent Retention Award, Singhealth
  • NUS Luminary 2009
  • Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, NUS, 2008
  • Singapore Medical Journal Recognition Award for Review with Distinction, 2007-8
  • Woman for Peace Award, Sokka Gakkai International, 2007
  • The Outstanding Young Person of the World Award by Junior Chamber International. Nov 2006
  • National Healthcare Humanity Award 2005/ Singhealth Good Mentor Award 2005

PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH/TRIALS

  1. Lateef F. Embedding Medical Students in the Emergency Dept: The teachable moments. Education in Medicine Journal 2013; 5(2): 78-82
  2. Lateef F. Use of Social Media In Medicine: A Double Edged Sword?. Education in Medicine Journal 2013: 5 (3): 86-92
  3. Lateef F. Pothiawala S. Simulation training in Emergency medicine (STEM): an integral component of residency curriculum. Hong Kong Journal of emergency medicine 2012; 19(1):41-5
  4. Lateef F. E Learning to supplement and synergise practice-based learning in the Emergency Department. Journal of Acute Diseases, 2012; 82-4.
  5. Lateef F. E learning to supplement and synergise practice-based learning in the Emergency Department. Journal of Acute Diseases 2012: 82-4
  6. Lateef F. Ethical issues in Disasters. Prehospital Disaster med 2011; 26(40: 1-4
  7. Lateef F. Healthcare Professional Education: 10 important things to focus on in the next decade. South east Asian journal of medical education, 2011; 5(1): 10-7
  8. Lateef F. The practice of telemedicine: Medico-legal and ethical issues. Ethics and Medicine: An International Journal of Bioethics. 2011; 27(1): 17-24
  9. Lateef F. Simulation based learning: Just like the real thing. Journal of Emergency medicine, Trauma and Shock 2010: Oct-Dec: 348-52
  10. Lateef F. What’s new? Use of simulation and ultrasound in acute care. Journal of Emergency medicine, Trauma and Shock. 2008; Jan-June: 3-5
  11. Lateef F. Look, Listen and feel: a new twist in teaching and learning communications. South east Asian journal of medical Education 2008; 292); 2-4
  12. Lateef F. Ethics in the Emergency Department. Ethics and Medicine: An International Journal of Bioethics; 2008: 24(2): 87-96
  13. Lateef F. Reflective learning and Andragogy. SGH Proceedings. Medical Education. 2005: 14(3): 220-6

Last Modified Date :04 Jan 2010