1. Marianne Meng-Ann Ong, Kia Mun Woo and Sandy Cook. A general survey on learners and faculty perspectives on educational activities held in the National Dental Centre, Singapore. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2016;1-11. Accepted on 7 April 2016.
2. MM Ong, M Yow, J Tan, S Compton. Perceived effectiveness of one-minute preceptor in microskills by residents in dental residency training at National Dental Centre Singapore. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. August 31, 2016.
3. Myers J, Mckinney K, Rosenbluth G, Arora V and Vidyarthi AR. Novel graduate medical education leadership roles in quality and patient safety: The experiences of five US academic medical centers’ GME roles. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. In press.
4. Sok Hong Goh, Jestina Tan and Sandy Cook. Student’s Perspective of Residents as Educators following Introduction of Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-International (ACGME-I) SingHealth Residency. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2016;1-7. Accepted on 10 Feb 2016.
5. Ting DS, Lee JC, Loo BK, Baisa K, Koo WH, Cook S and Lim BL. A nationwide, resident-led teaching programme for medical students in Singapore: SingHealth Student Internship Programme Bootcamp. Singapore Medical Journal. 2016;57(5):233-237. doi:10.11622/smedj.2016092.
6. Vidyarthi AR, Shum A, Monash B and Dhaliwal G. Hot in the Tropics. Journal of Hospital Medicine. In press.
7. Goh SH, Tan KH, Kamei RK, Koo WH, Cook S. (2015). Academic Medicine Education Institute (AM∙EI): Transforming the Educational Culture of Health Professionals. Annals Academy of Medicine Singapore, 44(5); 172-177.
8. Gullo C, Ha T, Cook, S. (2015). Twelve tips for facilitating Team-Based Learning (TBL). Medical Teacher, 10, 1-6.
9. Sherif Y, McAdams M, Cook S, Kamei RK, Compton S. (2015). Medical Students’ Exposure to Bedside Teaching. Medical Science Educator, 25(1), 5-7.
10. Qin Yan, Desiree Lai, Wong Kok Seng. Clinical learning during night call versus day work: Perceptions of Interns. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2015; 24(3): 144-147.
1. Scott Compton, Robert Kamei and Sandy Cook. The history and future of Team-Based Learning. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2016;25(1):3-4.
1. Sandy Cook, Robert Kamei. Chapter 15. How Can Learning be Made More Effective in Medical Education? CASE STUDY 15.3: Addressing the educational needs for the 21st century: The Duke-National University of Singapore experience.
Mennin, S. (2016). How can learning be made more effective in medical education? In K.A. Bin Abdulrahman, S. Mennin, R. M. Harden, C. Kennedy (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Medical Education (pp. 207-220). London: Routledge
2. Sandy Cook, Robert Kamei, Koo Wen Hsin. Chapter 23. How Teaching Expertise and Scholarship Can be Developed, Recognised and Rewarded. CASE STUDY: Institution(alizing) Education in a Health Care System.
Simpson D, Gusic ME, Brownell Anderson M. How teaching expertise and scholarship can be developed, recognised, and rewarded. In: Bin Adbulrahman KA, Harden RM, Mennin S, eds. The Routledge handbook of medical education. 1st ed. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2016:318-320.
Poster/Oral Presentations/Published Abstracts:
1. Abhilash Balakrishnan, Sandy Cook. Advancing your career as an educator – How to develop an Education Portfolio (EP). AMEE 2016. Posters: International Medical Education.
2. Foo Yang Yann, Sandy Cook. Using Stories to Empower Research. 13th APMEC (15 - 16 Jan 2016). Poster Presentation.
3. Goh Sok Hong, Jestina Tan, Sandy Cook. Students’ Perception of Clinical Teaching by Junior Doctors. 13th APMEC (15 - 16 Jan 2016). E-Poster Presentation.
4. Jestina Tan, Liu Chang, Sandy Cook, Robert Kamei, Scott Compton. Assessing Manpower Needs in Implementing a Team-Based Learning (TBL) Curriculum. 13th APMEC (15 - 16 Jan 2016). E-Poster Presentation.
5. Joanna WY Ho, Adaline Ngan, Kwok-Ming Yao, You-Qiang Song, Lap-Ki Chan, Sandy Cook, Susan Bridges. Assessments for learning – A double-edged sword?. LKS Faculty of Medicine, HKU, Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education 2016 (4 – 5 Nov).
6. Joshua Gooley, Oi Chun Yeang, Scott Compton. Evaluating Student Contributions to Team-Based Learning Test Performance. SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congress 2016. Selected for the Best Oral Paper Competition for the Education Research category.
7. Liling Natalie Woong, Krithikaa Nadarajan, Yan Qin, Qiao Li Tan, Mei Ling Kang, Poh Yong Tan. Improving Standards of Hospital Discharge Summaries—An Education Curriculum for house officers. Poster presentation, AMEE 2016.
8. Preetha Madhukumar, Kia Mun Woo, Jestina Tan. A Survey of Study Habits of General Surgery Residents. SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congress 2016. Digital Poster.
9. Qin Yan, Desiree Lai, Wong Kok Seng. Clinical learning during night call versus day work: Perceptions of Interns. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2015; 24(3): 144-147. Poster presented at AMEE 2015, Glasgow.
10. Qin Yan, Tan Poh Yong, Lie Desiree, Kang Mei Ling, Wong Kok Seng. Using patient story as an engagement tool in advanced internal medicine senior resident presentations. E-poster presentation. 2nd Singhealth Duke-NUS educational conference 2015.
11. Qin Yan, Wong Kok Seng, Seow Chuen Chai. Using customized clinical tool in teaching delirium in internal medicine department. E-poster presentation. 2nd Singhealth Duke-NUS educational conference 2015.
12. Sandy Cook, Yeo May May, Chonkar Sonali Prashant, Chong Tze Tec, Colleen O’Connor Grochowski, Edward George Buckley. Student perceptions and performance of clinical skills over time when evaluated by an EPA-based assessment form. AAMC 2016 (14 Nov).
13. Tan Tong Khee, Woo Kia Mun, Scott Compton. Impact of a Clinical Medicine Re-Entry Course for Returning Research Students. SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congress 2016. Selected for the Best Poster competition in the Education Research category.
14. Woong Liling, Qin Yan, Chong SF, Wong Kok Seng. Impact of acute medical ward on postgraduate medical education: perceptions from residents. E-poster presentation. 2nd Singhealth Duke-NUS educational conference 2015.
15. Y Y Foo and S Cook. No Tall Tales: Using Experience-Sharing Stories to Promote Educational Research. 13th APMEC (13 – 17 Jan 2016). Published Abstract.