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Dr Wong Hwei May Victoria

Dr Wong Hwei May Victoria

BA (S’pore), MBBS (Australia), GDFM, MMed (FM)

Associate Consultant

Specialty: Supportive and Palliative Care

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Supportive Care.

Clinical Appointments

  • Associate Consultant Division of Supportive & Palliative Care National Cancer Centre SingaporeNational Cancer Centre Singapore
  • Associate Consultant SingHealth Duke-NUS Supportive & Palliative Care Centre

Profile

Dr Victoria Wong is a physician in the Division of Supportive and Palliative Care. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the National University of Singapore where she majored in Psychology and Statistics.

She then obtained her medical degree from the University of Sydney in 2006 and completed her internship in the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (Sydney). She returned to Singapore in 2008 and continued her medical career in Singapore General Hospitals. She completed her Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine in 2015 and Master of Medicine in Family Medicine in 2016. She then specialized in palliative medicine and obtained her specialist accreditation in Palliative Medicine in 2020.

She is a faculty member in the MMed Family Medicine College Program and is a tutor to the trainees. She also has a special interest in quality improvement activities and supporting the promotion of awareness of challenges in the adolescents and young adults with cancer.

Education

  • Master of Medicine (Family Medicine)
  • Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine
  • MBBS (Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Arts and Social Sciences (Singapore)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Faculty tutor for FM Foundation for the Master of Medicine – College Programme
  • Mentor for Master of Medicine (Family Medicine) – College Programme

Awards

  • NCC Top 5 Quality Improvement Projects 2018
  • Merit Award in Singapore Healthcare Management 2017
  • NCC Top 5 Quality Improvement Projects 2015

Research Interests

  • Identifying the care needs of Adolescents and Young Adults Oncology
  • Quality improvement

Publications and Research Trials

Research Trials

  • The Meaning of Food amongst Terminally Ill Chinese Patients and Families in Singapore. Victoria HM Wong and Lalit Krishna JMED Research Vol. 2014 (2014), Article ID 670628, DOI: 10.5171/2014.670628.
  • Feeding: what it means to patients and caregivers and how these views influence Singaporean Chinese caregivers' decisions to continue feeding at the end of life, Chai HZ, Krishna LK, Wong VH. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 2014 Mar;31(2):166-71. DOI: 10.1177/1049909113480883.