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GERI Research Briefs

[NEW] ​​GERI 2024-03-01​​Unlocking active ​ageing, even for the oldest-old and frail: A literature review of exercise interventions for two older adult groups​

GERI 2023-11-01: Unravelling patient diversity: Profiling high users of inpatient services based on medical complexity and psychosocial needs​

GERI 2023-09-01: Prognostic model for predicting mortality: Facilitating palliative care referrals for patients diagnosed with advanced dementia in acute care
GERI 2023-06-01: Fear and stigmatisation during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic: Less​ons learnt for future public health crises

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Health Policy Research_interview with Professor John Lavis

Health policy, made better with evidence

Every day, health policymakers are called upon to make decisions that impact systems, services and lives. Ideally, these decisions should be illuminated by relevant and quality research evidence. How, then, can the linkages between evidence and health policy be optimised? Professor John N. Lavis, Director of the McMaster Health Forum and International Scientific Advisor to GERI, shares some expert insights in this quick Q&A.​
Dr Yu Chou Chuen, Research Fellow, GERI 

Meet our Researchers

Get to know the people behind GERI's research to advance healthy ageing: our diverse team of Faculty, Research Fellows and more.

We speak to our Research Fellow, Dr Yu Chou Chuen, about​ ​​the psychological and social dimensions of ageing, how his experience in policy settings has shaped his work at ​GERI, and his recipe for research success.


Prof John Lavis, international scientific advisor, visits GERI

International scientific advisor on health policy research visits GERI

On 29 Feb and 1 Mar 2024, GERI welcomed Professor John N. Lavis of Canada's McMaster Health Forum to our offices, to share in-person insights as well as discuss GERI's health policy research projects on dementia and frailty.


Annual Report 2022/23

In this past year, GERI forged new frontiers in partnerships, engagement and dissemination, whilst also covering greater ground in our research to improve the lives of older adults in Singapore.

To find out more, click here to download.