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Dr Jolene Oon Ee Ling

Designations:
  • Senior Consultant, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, National University Hospital
  • Clinical Lecturer, Department of Medicine, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore
Qualifications:
MB BCh BAO (Ireland), MRCP (UK) 2010, MHPE (Maastricht)
Specialties:
Medicine
Sub-Specialties:
Infectious Diseases
Special Interests:
Travel and tropical medicine, Undergraduate and postgraduate education

Biosketch

Dr. Oon joined the Division of Infectious Diseases in 2010 where she exited from the Advanced Specialist Training in 2013. Her interests lie in general infectious diseases, travel and tropical medicine. She currently serves as Clinical Director for the outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy (OPAT) and dengue outpatient management (DOM) clinic. She also help set up and run the NUH Travellers’ Health and Vaccination clinic.  

Dr Oon is passionate about medical education and serves in various educational leadership roles. She is active in teaching learners in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, and has been serving as the Programme Director for the Infectious Diseases Senior Residency Programme since 2017. She completed the Master in Healthcare Professional Education (MHPE) with Maastricht University in 2021. 

Awards

  • Outstanding Tutor Award for Clinical Skills Foundation Programme (2015/2016)
  • NUHS Teaching Excellence Award (2017)
  • Residents Choice Award (2018)
  • Professional Development Coach Award (2019)
  • NUHS Teaching Excellence Award (2019)
  • Residents Choice Award (2020)
  • Residents Choice Award (2021)
  • Professional Development Coach Award (2022)
  • Professional Development Coach Award (2023)
  • COVID-19 Resilience Medal MOHH (2023)

Journals & Publications

1. Ngiam, J. N., Koh, M. C. Y., Lye, P., Liong, T. S., Salada, B. M. A., Tambyah, P. A., & Ling, J. O. E. (2023). Artificial intelligence models for pre-travel consultation and advice: yea or nay?. Journal of Travel Medicine, taad124.
2. Yoong J, Yuen KH, Molton JS, Ding Y, Cher BP, Chan M, Kalimuddin S, Oon J, Young B, Low J, Salada BM. Cost-minimization analysis of oral versus intravenous antibiotic treatment for Klebsiella pneumoniae liver abscess. Scientific Reports. 2023 Jun 16;13(1):9774.
3. Oon, J. E. L., Mok, S. F., Samarasekera, D. D., & Teunissen, P. (2023). Training infectious diseases senior residents during COVID-19: The impact and the lessons learnt. Medical Teacher, 1-7.
4. Oon JE, Salada B, Lim YS, Archuleta S, Fisher D. Safety and efficacy of a 5-minute infusion versus the standard 30-minute infusion for antibiotics in an outpatient setting. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2021 Sep 1;110:160-1.
5.Ng TM, Heng ST, Oon J, Chan M, Tam VH. Validation of Vancomycin Dosing Guidance During Transition of Care. The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 2021 Jun;61(6):806-9.
6. Teh R, De TW, Tan E, Fan K, Koh CJ, Tambyah PA, Oon J, Tee N, Siah K. A review of the role of Gastrointestinal Multiplex PCR in the management of Diarrheal illness. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 2021 Jun 15.
7. Abdel-Razig, S., Ling, J. O. E., Mbbs, T. H., Smitasin, N., Lum, L. H., & Ibrahim, H. (2021). Challenges and Solutions in Running Effective Clinical Competency Committees in the International Context. Journal of graduate medical education, 13(2s), 70-74.
8. Santosa A, Cross G, Oon JE, Archuleta S, Dan YY. Coronavirus 2019 Silver Linings. InOpen forum infectious diseases 2020 Jun (Vol. 7, No. 6, p. ofaa230). US: Oxford University Press.



 

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