Dujeepa is the Director of Centre for Medical Education at School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.
His recent involvements include being a panel member for the review of ACGME-I Residency programs in Singapore, member PGY1 Training Coordinating Committee (PTCC) and the Chair of the Test Design Group – Assessment for Medical Practice in Singapore under the Ministry of Health.
Dujeepa is also the Co-chair for faculty development at the National University Health System Residency Program and functions as the Chair Faculty Teaching Excellence Committee (FTEC) at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
He is also the advisor to the Faculty Assessment Committee and heads the Continuous Quality Improvement section of NUS School of Medicine.
Dujeepa also provides expertise to Advance Practice Nursing exit exam and is a member of the National Executive Committee for Nursing Education in Singapore.
His international involvements include being elected as the Vice-President, Association of Medical Education in the Western Pacific Region and serves as an external faculty to University of Maastricht, University of Auckland, Semey State Medical University, Kazakhstan and Aga Khan University.
Dujeepa has published in peer reviewed journals as well as authored several book chapters on Medical and Health Professions Education.
He was the recipient of MILES award (Mentorship Innovation Leadership in Education Scholarship) at 2014 Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference and holds Fellowships at the Academy of Medicine Singapore, Association of Medical Education Europe and Academy of Medical Educators UK.