Ms Lee Shu Lay has worked in the health care for more that 40 years. She is the Manager, Infection Control at Thomson Medical Centre Ltd, Singapore. She was involved in dealing with SARS and H1N1 outbreaks at private hospital settings.
As Consultant and Practitioner in Infection Control, she has extensive experience in practicing and teaching infection prevention and control. Shu Lay’s main areas of work are on training, auditing and surveillance.
Ms Lee Shu Lay received her General Nursing in United Kingdom. She was trained in Midwifery in 1977 and Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing 1980 at London and Norfolk respectively.
In 1990, she received her Infection Control training in Fremantle Hospital, Western Australia. Following which she was attached to various hospitals in Melbourne. In 2002 she has successfully completed the first APSIC Training Course in Infection Control at Singapore
In 1995, she obtained her Bachelor of Health Science at University of Sydney and later in 2007 graduated in Master of Public Health at the University of New South Wales. In June 2014 she completed Outbreak Investigations and Management Course conducted by Institute of Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology.
Presently she holds the position of Secretary and Founding member of Infection Control Association (Singapore) and Chairperson for Infection Control Nurses’ Chapter (Singapore) under the umbrella of Singapore Nurses’ Association.