Ms Lee is a Research Officer and PhD candidate at the Prevention Research Collaboration at the University of Sydney. Her research interests are in the area of implementation and scale up of chronic disease prevention, obesity prevention and physical activity programs. She is particularly interested in examining how scaling up decisions and processes can be improved for population health benefits. As part of her PhD, she is working on developing a scalability assessment tool.
Ms Lee has worked extensively across both public and private sectors in the area of program and policy evaluation and health service redesign. She completed her MPH at the University of Sydney and is passionate about advancing the field of implementation and scale up.
- Scaling up public health interventions
- Methods and metrics for moving from best practice prevention to implementation and scale up
- Harnessing the power of physical activity for improving the Australian prevention system
- Evidence Matters, Sax Institute: Assessing the ‘scalability’ of health programs: 5 tips to think big