I has been a faculty member at Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, NUS since 2009. Before joining NUS, I worked as an perioperative registered nurse in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.

I have over 20 years’ experience in clinical practice, education and research. My research is focused on nursing education, psychological well-being, psychoeducation for chronically ill patients, effective communication in healthcare, and educating patients and caregivers to promote self-efficacy and psychological wellbeing in acute and communal settings.

I teach medical-surgical nursing, effective communication and comprehensive health assessment for nursing students, and clinical procedures for medical students. I have a passion to develop sustainable assessment programs for nursing students to enhance positive learning experience and promote patient safety.


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