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Dr Chris Tsoi

Designations:
  • Senior Consultant, Department of Psychological Medicine, National University Hospital
Qualifications:
MBChB (Hong Kong), MRCPsych (UK)
Specialties:
Psychiatry
Sub-Specialties:
General Adult Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry
Special Interests:
Community Psychiatry

Biosketch

Dr Chris Tsoi graduated with MBChB from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was trained in Psychiatry in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom and is a qualified as a specialist in both General Adult and Old Age Psychiatry in the UK and Singapore. He is also a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK. Dr Tsoi is now a senior consultant with the National University Hospital of Singapore. Prior to working in Singapore, he spent seven years in UK as a practitioner. He qualified as a psychogeriatrician and a general adult psychiatrist in Leicester before practicing as a consultant in Nottingham.

His research interests include dementia and depression in the elderly.

He is also the programme director for G-RACE, a community outreach programme for the elderly living in the western region of Singapore.

Besides his interest in clinical service and research, he is passionate about residency and fellowship teaching.

Journals & Publications

  1. ​T Tsoi, S Baillon, J Lindesay. Early Frontal Executive Impairment as a Predictor of Subsequent Behavior Disturbance in Dementia. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2008; 16(2): 102-8. [IF – 3.488]

  2. EH Kua, E Ho, HH Tan, C Tsoi, C Thng, R Mahendran. The natural history of dementia. Psychogeriatrics 2014; 14(3): 196-201 [IF – 2.940]

  3. L Feng, MS Chong, WS Lim, Q Gao, MS Nyunt, TS Lee, SL Collinson, T Tsoi, EH Kua, TP Ng. Tea consumption reduces the incidence of neurocognitive disorders: Findings from the Singapore Longitudinal Aging Study. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging 2016; 20(10): 1002-1009. [IF – 2.996]

Professional Memberships

  • ​Member, Royal College of Psychiatrists, United Kingdom 


 

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