Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Paul Victor Patinadan
Assistant Professor, School of Social Sciences
Journal Articles
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Patinadan, P.V., Tan-Ho, G., Choo P. Y., & Ho, A. H. Y. (2021). ‘Food for Life and Palliation (FLiP)’: a qualitative study for understanding and empowering dignity and identity for terminally ill patients in Asia BMJ Open 2021;11:e038914. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-038914

Patinadan, P. V., Tan-Ho, G., Choo, P. Y., & Ho, A. H. Y. (2020). Resolving anticipatory grief and enhancing dignity at the end-of life: A systematic review of palliative interventions. Death Studies, 1-14.

Tan-Ho, G., Choo, P.Y., Patinadan, P.V., Low, C.X., & Ho, A.H.Y. (2020). Blessings or Burdens: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) Study on the Motivations and their Impact on End-of-life Caregiving among Asian Family Caregivers. BMC Palliative Care, 19, 132.

Ho, A.H.Y., Lall, P., Tan, W.S., Patinadan, P.V., Wong, L.H., Dutta, O., Peng, W.S., Low, C.K., Car, J. (2020). Sustainable implementation of Advance Care Planning in Asia: An Interpretive- Systemic Framework for National Development. Palliative & Supportive Care.

Lall, P., Kang, N., Tan, W.S., Dutta, O., Patinadan, P.V., Low, C.K., Car, J. Ho, A.H.Y., (2020) Competing expectations: Advance care planning from the perspectives of doctors and nurses in the South-East Asian context, Death Studies, 1 - 12.

Choo, P.Y., Tan-Ho, G., Dutta, O., Patinadan, P.V., & Ho, A.H.Y. (2019). Reciprocal Dynamics of Dignity in End-of-Life Care: A Multi-Perspective Systematic Review of Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. 385 – 398.

Ho, A. H. Y., Car, J., Ho, M. H. R., Tan-Ho, G., Choo, P. Y., Patinadan, P. V., ... & Neimeyer, R. A. (2017). A novel Family Dignity Intervention (FDI) for enhancing and informing holistic palliative care in Asia: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 18(1), 587.

Theng, Y. L., Lee, J. W., Patinadan, P. V., & Foo, S. S. (2015). The use of videogames, gamification, and virtual environments in the self-management of diabetes: A systematic review of evidence. Games for health journal, 4(5), 352-361.
Book Chapters
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Wan, A., Leung, E., & Patinadan, P. V. (2022). Mindful Awareness: A Cultivated Journey for Clinicians and Practitioners. In Compassion-Based Approaches in Loss and Grief (pp. 84-92). Routledge.

Dutta, O., Patinadan, P. V., & Ho, A. H. (2022). A Review and Synthesis of Current Research in Compassion, Loss, and Grief. Compassion-Based Approaches in Loss and Grief, 37-57.

Ho, A. H. Y., Dutta, O., Patinadan, P. V., & Tan-Ho, G. (2020). Supporting and coping with bereavement during and post-pandemic. How To Prepare For The Next Pandemic: Behavioural Sciences Insights For Practitioners And Policymakers, 113-126.
Conference Papers
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Shanmugam, R., Patinadan, P. V., Tan-Ho, G., Choo, P. Y., & Ho, A. H. Y. (2021). I AM NOT EATING THIS! Understanding Identity, Psycho-socio-cultural Meaning and Dignity Expressed in Patient Food Voices: An Applied Drama Intervention for Student Nurses. Presented at the Singapore Drama Educators Association Theatre Arts Conference 2021 - Creative Disruption: Exploring New Ground. Singapore. 22 - 30 May 2021