Dr Anna Lane is a gerontologist and applied social psychologist with a research interest in behaviour change related to health and wellbeing in adulthood. She has extensive experience working in collaborative multidisciplinary teams in Australia and Singapore to address pressing global challenges associated with population ageing. Anna is a member of the Research Centre for Palliative Care, Death, and Dying (RePaDD) and is contributing to the development of technology-based tools that support palliative care service delivery to older people through her involvement in the End of Life Directions for Aged Care (ELDAC) project. As a Research Fellow at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (2016-2021), her research focused on community environments, healthy ageing and ageing in place. She was an investigator on projects to develop an evaluation framework for dementia friendly communities and to assess the connections between built environment characteristics and older persons health and wellbeing to inform ageing-friendly urban planning.
PhD in Psychology, Flinders Centre for Ageing Studies, Flinders University
Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Hons), Flinders University
Member, Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG)
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