Kay Choong See

See Kay Choong

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
  • Senior Consultant, Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital
Administrative Appointment(s)
  • Head, Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, National University Hospital
  • Associate Designated Institutional Official, Residency Program, National University Hospital
  • Director, Research Residency Program, National University Hospital
Joint Appointment(s)
  • Vice-President, Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Singapore
  • Chair, National Investigators for Clinical Epidemiology and Research, Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Singapore
Academic Qualifications
  • FCCP, College of Chest Physicians, USA
  • European Diploma of Intensive Care Medicine
  • MHPE, Maastricht University, the Netherlands
  • MPH, Harvard University, United Kingdom
  • MRCP, Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom
  • FRCP, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • MBBS, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Research Interest(s)
  • Pleural Diseases
  • Hemodynamic Optimisation
  • Mechanical Ventilation
  • Critical Care Ultrasound
  • Clinical Reasoning
  • Physician Well-being
  • Medical Informatics
Recent Publications
  • 1. See KC, Zhao MY, Nakataki E, Chittawatanarat K, Fang WF, Faruq MO, et al. Professional burnout among physicians and nurses in Asian intensive care units: a multinational survey, Intensive Care Medicine 2018.
  • 2. See KC, Ong V, Tan YL, Sahagun J, Taculod J. Chest Radiography versus Lung Ultrasound for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Identification: A retrospective observational study, Critical Care 2018.
  • 3. See KC, Ong V, Wong SH, Leanda R, Santos J, Taculod J, Phua J, Teoh CM. Lung ultrasound training: Curriculum implementation and learning trajectory among respiratory therapists. Intensive Care Medicine 2016.
  • 4. See KC, Mukhopadhyay A, Lau SC, Tan SM, Lim TK, Phua J. Shock in the first 24 h of intensive care unit stay: observational study of protocol-based fluid management. Shock 2015 May; 43(5):456-62.
  • 5. See KC, Ong V, Teoh CM, Ooi OC, Widjaja L, Mujumdar S, Phua J, Khoo KL, Lee P, Lim TK. Bedside Pleural Procedures by Pulmonologists & Non-Pulmonologists: A Three-Year Safety Audit. Respirology Feb 2014.