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GERI Research Briefs

[NEW] 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
GERI 2023-03-01: How has ICOPE been adopted across the world and what can we learn

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Translating research into well-being: The need for communities and collaboration

Going deeper in involving communities in research

To make an impact on communities and vulnerable groups, it is crucial to understand their health and social needs as well as priorities. We speak to Professor May Wang, senior faculty at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and Adjunct Faculty at GERI, about community-based participatory research and working across disciplinary siloes—all for the larger goal of improving populat​​ion health and well-being.
Dr Tou Nien Xiang, 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 Tou Nien Xiang, about why he believes exercise is medicine that transcends age and health barriers, and his ongoing work with community partners and practitioners to identify and tackle real-world challenges in ageing.


CARE webinar: Intrinsic capacity, frailty and functional ability

Frailty, intrinsic capacity and functional ability: Joining the dots

In the quest for healthy ageing in Singapore, how do these three concepts in ageing relate to and complement one another? What are the implications for health policy and practice? GERI's Executive Director, Associate Professor Ding Yew Yoong, shared three key ideas on this topic at Duke-NUS CARE's Experts Webinar on 19 Jan 2024.


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.