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Adj Assoc Prof Goh Hwee Suat Winnie

Winnie Goh Hwee Suat

Adj Assoc Prof Goh Hwee Suat Winnie

MMed (Paeds) (Spore), MBBS (Spore)

Senior Consultant

Specialty: Child Development, Paediatric Medicine

Sub-specialties: Paediatric Habilitation and Early Intervention, Developmental Paeds

Clinical Appointments

  • Senior Consultant Department of Child Development KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital

Profile

Trained in Paediatric Neurology, Developmental Paediatrics and Paediatric habilitation. Experience in treating children with childhood developmental neuro-disabilities and developmental disorders. Started first training center in Asia for Griffith Mental Developmental Scales (GMDS). Special interest in early childhood intervention.

Sub-specialty interests :
Developmental Paediatrics , Paediatric Habilitation and Early Intervention

Education

  • Master of Medicine (Paediatric) National University of Singapore 1987
  • MBBS University of Singapore 1979

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore, 2007-present
  • International Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, 2004-present
  • Fellow of the Royal college of Physicians, Edinburgh, 2000-present
  • Certified tutor for Griffith Mental Developmental Scales, 1999-present
  • Emeritus Member of Child Neurology Society, USA, 1997-present

Awards

  • GCEO Excellence Awards, Outstanding Clinician Award, 2016

Research Interests

Publications and Research Trials

  • The Enabling Master Plan (2012-2016) for the Republic of Singapore. Government Report: Chapter on Early Intervention. By Ministry of Social & Family development, Enabling Master Plan Committee.
    Subcommittee Chairman For ‘Early Intervention’ : Dr Winnie Goh
  • The Utility of Developmental Checklists in a Parent-Held Child Health Record for Identifying Children with Developmental Issues in Singapore Journal of Dev Behav Pediatrics 0, 1-10, 2016. Koh, HC, Ang SKT, Kwok J, Tang HN, Wong CM, Daniel LM, Goh W
  • ‘Study to Establish the Baseline of the Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children’. GOH W, CHONG WH, CHAN WP, TANG HN. Published by National Council of Social Service & KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Department of Child Development 2010. GOVERNMENT REPORT
  • Preventive Child Healthcare in Singapore: A Parents’ Well-Being Perspective. WH Chong; Hk Choo; E CL Goh; P YY Wee, W HS Goh; OM Chay. Annals Academy of Medicine, Editorial. Dec 2015, Vol 44. No12
  • Service Practice Evaluation of the Early Intervention Programs for Infants and Young Children in Singapore. Chong, W. H., Goh, W., Tang, H. N., Chan, W. P., & Choo, S. Children’s Health Care 2012, 41:281-301
  • Evaluation of Family-centered Practices in the Early Intervention Programs for Infants and Young Children in Singapore with MPOC-SP and MBP-FCS. Tang, H. N., Chong, W. H, Goh, W., Chan, W. P., & Choo, S. Child: Care, Health & Development. 2001, 38,1,54-60
  • T2 -weighted Hyperintensities(Unidentified Bright Objects) in children with Neurofibromatosis Type 1: their Impact on Cognitive Function. Winnie HS Goh; Pek-Lan Khong; Connie SY Leung; Virginia CN Wong. Neurology 2004,19:853-858
  • MR Imaging of Spinal Tumour in Children with Neurofibromatosis. Khong PL. Goh WH. Wong VC. Ooi GC. American Journal of Roentgenology. Feb 2003 180(2):413-7
  • A novel FUCA1 mutation causing fucosidosis in a Chinese boy. Ip P, Goh WHS, Chan KW and Cheung PT. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease. 2002. 25: 415-416
  • Neurological Outcome Following Neonatal post-haemorrhagic hydrocephalus : The Effect Of maximum raised intracranial pressure and ventriculo-peritoneal shunting. J.P. Lin, W.Goh, J.K.Brown, A.J.W Steer. Child’s Nervous System. 1992. 8: 109-107
  • Heterogeneity of Neurological Syndromes in survivors of grade 3 & grade 4 periventricular haemorrhage. Jean-Pierre Lin, Winnie Goh, J Keith Brown, A James Steer, (Department of Paediatric Neurology, RHSC. Edinburgh, UK Child’s Nervous System. 1993,9:205-214.
  • A New ”3C Syndrome” : Cerebella Hypoplasia, Cavernous Haemangioma and Coarctation of aorta. Winnie HS Goh, Roxy Lo. (University Paediatric Unit, HK). Dev Med and Child Neurology, 1993;35,631-641

Research Trials