MMed (Family Medicine), FCFP
Dr Wong Wei Teen is a Family Physician. She holds the administrative appointment as Clinic Director, Outram Polyclinic. She graduated from the National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 2010, obtained Master of Medicine (Family Medicine) in 2014 as the graduating pioneer batch of the SingHealth Family Medicine Residency Programme, and completed her Fellowship Programme with the College of Family Physicians (Singapore) in 2020.
She currently holds a teaching position with the Duke-NUS Family Medicine Program, and is a faculty of the SingHealth Family Medicine Residency Program, and anchors the Global Health Elective within the Program.
She is also serving as the clinical lead of the SHP Community and Advance Care Workgroup and as the clinical lead in Social Prescribing. She is also the Patient Safety Lead of the SHP Quality Improvement Committee.
• FCFP(S), College of Family Physicians Singapore (2020)• MMed (Family Medicine), Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (2014)• MBBS, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (2010)
• AIC Advance Care Planning Research & Development Workgroup, Member, 08/18 to date• College of Family Physicians – Collegiate Membership of the College, 2018 to date• College of Family Physicians Singapore – Ordinary Member, 2017 to 2018 • AIC Advance Care Planning Workgroup for SOCs and Polyclinic, Member, 04/17 to date• Singapore Medical Association – Member 06/2010 to date
• SHP Research Support Programme Seed Funding (2020)• Family Medicine Academic Clinical Programme (ACP) Seed Grant (2018)• Singapore Health Quality Service Award – Gold (2017)• Eastern Health Alliance Caring Awards – Silver (2017)• Singapore Health Quality Service Award – Silver (2016)• Healthcare Humanity Award (2015)• Resident Leader (2013-2014)• Inspirational Resident Award (2012-2013)
• Cognitive impairment assessment using technology• Global health related – community-based health program in delivery of primary care
• Virtual Reality for Screening of Cognitive Function in Older Persons: Comparative Study. Ing SLC, Tan NC, Wong WT, JC Allen Jr , Quah JHM, R Malhotra, T Østbye. J Med Internet Res 2019;21(8):e14821) doi:10.2196/14821. PMID: 31373274
• Age-related performance in Adult Asians using a fully-immersive and automated virtual reality system to assess cognitive function• COVID-19 Case Series - Critical Data of COVID-19 Patients in the Primary Care Setting• A fully-immersive and independent virtual reality system in assessing cognitive function• Impact of a breast cancer survivorship inter-professional community care model (BASIC): a randomised controlled trial• Feasibility study of using virtual reality in assessing patients with suspected memory disorders• Issues Faced by Healthcare Providers when Advising Screening Mammography - Perspectives of Healthcare Providers from a Single Government Restructured Primary Healthcare Centre in Singapore• The Clinical and Economic Effectiveness of Extending Diabetic Eye Screening in Singapore• The Singapore Diabetes Complications Study: Closing the Screening - Referral Uptake Loop for Diabetic Retinopathy, Nephropathy, and Foot Complications
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