Mae Lim

Mae Lim

Dr Mae Lim is a Research Fellow at The George Institute and a Conjoint Associate Lecturer at the University of New South Wales. She is also a Postdoctoral Fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia. Her research promotes adaptive ageing and empowers older people to stay independent in the community. More specifically, she currently leads a research program on applying the health literacy lens to preventing falls and reducing concerns about falling in older people. She developed the novel Falls Health Literacy Scale which enabled clinicians to quantify a person’s health literacy in the context of fall prevention. Dr Lim is also passionate about investigating the potential benefits of intergenerational practice in preventing frailty and falls in older people. Currently, she is the leading Research Fellow working on the NHMRC-funded large multi-site clinical trial to test the impact of intergenerational practice on improving the physical, cognitive, and psychological outcomes in older people.

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