Sarah Edney

Sarah Edney is a Research Fellow in the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore. Her research focuses on understanding and promoting healthy lifestyle behaviours using mobile technology (mHealth). Currently, she is working on using mobile technologies (smartphone-based ecological momentary assessments, GPS, accelerometers, activity trackers, flash glucose monitoring sensors) to enhance our understanding of patterns and causes of healthy and unhealthy behaviours in real-time, as people go about their everyday lives. This understanding will be used to identify intervention strategies that should be prioritised for inclusion in personalised lifestyle interventions to be delivered on a population-wide scale. She is the Chair of the ASPA Early Career Professionals Committee.