Dr Dong works in healthcare education since 2008 after she earned a PhD in Educational Communication and Technology from New York University, USA. Her interests include faculty development, educator’s identity formation, and advocating for patients’ roles in medical care.
Dr Dong earned a PhD in Educational Communication and Technology from New York University, USA in 2008. From 2008 to 2013, she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at New York University School of Medicine, where her focus was medical education through digital technology and simulation, drawing from her background in cognitive science, education technology, and psychology. In 2013, she moved to Singapore, first working at the Centre for Medical Education at National University of Singapore, and recently at Sengkang General Hospital. Her responsibilities include education management, faculty development, and education research. She appreciates the learning and networking opportunities AMEE offers, and her contribution to AMEE includes presenting at the annual meetings, organizing the AMEE webinars, and serving as the abstracts reviewer. With her role as AMEE Fellow, she looks forwards to sharing medical education practices in Asia with other AMEE members and to promoting international collaboration.