Dr Rosemary Hollick

Rosemary Hollick BSc (Hons), MBChB, PhD, FRCP

Rosemary is a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Rheumatologist at the University of Aberdeen. She holds an Honorary Consultant Rheumatology post within NHS Grampian where she plays a key role in service development, including improving access to fracture prevention services to rural communities.

Rosemary is developing a new programme of health services research in rheumatic and musculoskeletal conditions. This includes common, complex pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, inflammatory arthritis, rare rheumatic disease and osteoporosis. This interdisciplinary programme brings together clinicians, researchers, decision makers and patients, and combines a number of different approaches; discovery science, routine health care data and health informatics, epidemiology, and qualitative methods, with an emphasis on patient-centred involvement and co-design. This approach aims to development person-centred, effective and sustainable improvements in health and well-being for those living with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. Rosemary has a particular interest in geographical inequalities in prevalence, outcomes and access to care.

Within the Centre she will contribute to work under the Public Health theme, specifically regarding health, work status and service provision for people with inflammatory arthritis living in rural settings.

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