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Dr Shivani Manohara graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2006. She then obtained her Master of Medicine (Anaesthesiology) from NUS in 2013 and became a qualified specialist with Changi General Hospital in 2015.


She subspecializes in Neuroanaesthesia and trained in the United Kingdom at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, a dedicated Neuro centre part of the University College London Hospitals Trust. She completed her yearlong fellowship between 2018-2019 where she gained proficiency in managing an extensive caseload of neurosurgical procedures including neuro-oncology, complex spine, neuroradiology (including interventional MRI) and combined ENT / skull base surgeries.


At CGH, she was a member of the Spine Value-Driven Outcome team, setting in place initiatives to improve the perioperative care of elective spine surgical patients. She was also part of the outreach service, aiding the surgical ICU team with the review and management of ill patients as well as reviewing post SICU-discharge patients to ensure smooth transition of care.


She has a special interest in regional anaesthesia and was part of a team of select anaesthetists providing peripheral nerve block services for patients in the perioperative period. She has also participated as faculty for regional anaesthesia workshops organised by her institution, both locally and regionally. She firmly believes in providing individually tailored care to her patients to help them achieve the best possible recovery and outcomes post-surgery.


Outside of work, she can be occasionally spotted sipping coffee in a café, immersed in a book. If not there, she is probably feeding her wanderlust travelling abroad.

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