MD (Malaysia), MRCPsych (United Kingdom)
Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Anxiety Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Dr Tang is an Associate Consultant Psychiatrist with Sengkang General Hospital. He graduated with a Doctor of Medicine degree from the National University of Malaysia in 2014. He obtained membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, United Kingdom in 2017 and was accredited as a specialist in Psychiatry in 2021.
He has worked in various subspecialty areas in Psychiatry and strives to treat patients holistically to achieve optimal outcomes.
MRCPsych (United Kingdom)
NHG Teaching Award, 2021
1. Patterns of long acting injectable antipsychotic use and associated clinical factors in schizophrenia among 15 Asian countries and regions; Chao Tian Tang, Ee Cheong Chua, Kang Sim, et al. Asia Pacific Psychiatry. May 2020; 12:4.
2. An integrated, collaborative healthcare model for the early diagnosis and management of dementia. Preliminary audit results from the first transdisciplinary service integrating family medicine and geriatric psychiatry services to the heart of patient's homes; Lai Shan Hui, Tsoi Tung, Tang Chao Tian, et al. BMC Psychiatry 2019. 19(1): 61.
3. The effects of mindfulness and health education programs on the emotional state and cognitive function of elderly individuals with mild cognitive impairment: A randomised controlled trial; Piyanee Klanin-Yobas, Yanika Kowitlawakul, Violeta Lopex, Chao Tian Tang, Kua Ee Hoek, Goh Lee Gan, Feng Lei, Iris Rawtaer, Rathi Mahendran. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience. Oct 2019; 6: 211-217.
4.Patient characteristics and outcomes in the only psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU) in Singapore: An Audit Study; Chao Tian Tang, Yi Wen Chan, Junpei, Elizabeth Siak, Kunjithapatham Ganesh. ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry. Jul-Dec 2018, 19(2): 1-8.
5. A unique transition from child mental health services to adult services: An audit of the clinical profile of patients progressing from CMHS to the first specialised, multidisciplinary adult neurodevelopmental service in Singapore; Chai Suet Bin, Tang Chao Tian, Wei Ker-Chiah, Ding Liqin. ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry. Jan-June 2017. 18(1): 14-20.
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