Improving Population Health for Older Persons – Research Opportunities

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SUSS Gerontology Research Seminars Series: 
Improving Population Health for Older Persons – Research Opportunities for Social Prescribing and Intergenerational Care 

An ecological approach is impetus to caring for an ageing population. Interventions like social prescribing, intergeneration care and dementia caregiving support hold the potential to reduce social isolation, and improve patients’ outcomes and caregivers’ quality of life post-discharge. We aim to understand key stakeholders’ needs prior to developing and investigating the efficacy of these interventions through various research projects across different SingHealth institutions and our partner organizations. 

This seminar seeks to increase research opportunities between SUSS and various SingHealth institutions, to co-creating solutions and evaluating their real-world applicability.


Associate Professor Low Lian Leng

Dr Low Lian Leng

Chief Medical Informatics Officer, SingHealth Regional Health System
Medical Director, Outram Community Hospital
Director, Research & Translational Innovation Office, SingHealth Community Hospital
Director, Population Health and Integrated Care Office, Singapore General Hospital
Director, SingHealth Office of Regional Health (Outram Campus)
Co-Director, Centre for Population Health and Research Implementation


Dr Kalyani Mehta, PhD

Chairwoman of Silver Caregivers Co-operative Limited (SCCL)

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