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Clin Asst Prof Goh Pak Liang

Clin Asst Prof Goh Pak Liang

MBBS (Singapore), FRCSEd (A&E), FAMS (Singapore)

Senior Consultant

Specialty: Emergency Medicine

Sub-specialties: Emergency Trauma Care, Emergency Observation Medicine

Clinical Appointments

  • Senior Consultant Emergency Medicine Changi General HospitalChangi General Hospital

Profile

Dr Goh Pak Liang is a practicing emergency physician with the Department of Accident & Emergency Medicine (A&E) at Changi General Hospital (CGH). He completed his HMDP fellowship in emergency and trauma in Toronto, Canada from 2005 to 2006 and he is the director of the Short Stay Unit in CGH A&E. Dr Goh also has an interest in trauma, ultrasound and observational medicine.

Education

  • ​MBBS (Singapore)
  • FRCSEd (A&E)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Clinical Assistant Professor - Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Clinical Senior Lecturer - Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS
  • FAMS (Singapore)

Awards

Research Interests

Publications

  • ​Patient Experience Enhancement at Accident and Emergency Department: Junior Doctor Manpower Reallocation Optimization. Oh HC, Chow WL, Looi P, Tiah L, Goh PL, Lim HC and Tiruchittampalam M. Journal of Management Science and Engineering, JMSE 2017, 2(3), 193-208
  • A Simplified Appendicitis Score in the diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis. Goh PL. Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, July 2010, Vol 17, No 3
  • Dengue Perimyocarditis: A Case Report. Goh PL. Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, Jan 2010, Vol 17, No 1
  • Clinical Predictors of Intra-Abdominal Injury in Severe Blunt Trauma Patients. Goh PL, Schull MJ. Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, Apr 2009, Vol 16, No 2
  • Predictors of Serious Baterial Infection in Children Aged 3-36 Months with Fever without Source. Goh PL, Lee SW, Wong EH. Singapore Medical Journal, Apr 2006, Vol 47, Issue 4
  • Analgesia for Adult Distal Radius Fracture Manipulations in the Emergency Department: Demand Valve Nitrous Oxide compared with Intravenous Regional Anaesthesia. Goh PL, Lee SW, Goh SH. Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, Oct 2006, Vol 9, No 4

Research Trials