“I love sharing evidence and research in a user friendly way that helps it make a difference.”

Dr Susan Gee

Senior Researcher

Susan is an experienced researcher whose work often focuses on enabling person-centered support. She was bitten by the research bug as a psychology student at the University of Otago and has stayed infected ever since!

Susan’s aim is to share research evidence in a way that is easy to understand and can make a practical difference to promote support that begins with understanding the individual. This simple message can have a significant impact on how healthcare and support are perceived, delivered, and experienced by both clients and caregivers.

Susan holds a PhD in Psychology from Otago University in Dunedin and a Masters in Gerontology from Kings College London. When she is not working, her favourite place is with her family, and you can often find her baking up a storm in the kitchen.