Communication in Healthcare @ NTU (COHEN)

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Publications

  • Ng, G. T., Ler, L. D., Tierney, T., Lim, N. E. & Luke, K. K. (2018, February). Navigating between empathy and knowledge transfer: The task of ‘updating’ in a clinical communication practicum. Paper presented at the 1st International Symposium on Health Care Communication, Canberra, Australia.​

  • Ng, G. T., Tierney, T., Ler, L. D., Lim, N. E., & Luke, K. K. (2018, November). Navigating between empathy and knowledge transfer: Preparing medical students for the task of ‘updating’ in clinical communication. Paper presented at the 1st Transform MedEd Conference, Singapore, Singapore.


  • Lim, N. E. & Luke, K. K.. (2019, April). Examining authentic medical consultation: Talk and its role in doing medicine. Paper presented at HASS Research Sharing Day, Auditorium, School of Arts, Design and Media, NTU.​

  • Luke, K. K., Ng, G. T., Tierney, T., & Lim Y. H. (2019, May). Learning empathy through authentic interactions: A clinical communication module for medical students in Singapore. Paper presented at the 1st Lilly-Asia: Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning Conference, Hong Kong, China.

  • Tse Crepaldi, Y., Lim, N. E.  & Luke, K. K.. (2019, June). Doctor-Patient relationship-in-flux: Emerging and Emergent relational identities in the medical consultation. Paper presented at the 16th International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) Conference, Hong Kong, China.

  • Ng, G. T., Lim, N. E., Luke, K. K., & Oktarini, K. R. D. (2019, June). Resisting responsibility for decision-making during medical consultation: A conversation analytic study in Singapore. Paper presented at the 16th International Pragmatics Association (IPrA) Conference, Hong Kong, China.


  • Ball R, Alexander K, Cleland J.  “The biggest barrier was my own self”: aspiration, comparison and decision-making in non-traditional widening access students. Early online 22nd April 2020 Perspectives in Medical Education https://doi.org/10.1007/s40037-020-00580-6




A list of publications of each member COHEN is available in their respective academic profile/research page (click on the respective member's name in COHEN members page​).​​​