Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Stroke outcomes in Northern Scotland: does rurality really matter?

Noelle  O'Neill

Ms Noelle O'Neill

qualifications: MSc

position: Research Fellow

United Kingdom

I am currently employed as a Senior Public Health Scientist, NHS Highland, Inverness, Scotland, UK. My interests are in population health evidence, non-medicines technologies,public health science, health services research and health economics, and methodologies relating to each. My current particular interests lie in the delivery of health and health improvement services across remote and rural areas and in those specifically relating to the clinical areas of stroke, diabetes, womens' health and child health.


David  Godden

David Godden

qualifications: MD

position: Director

United Kingdom

Co-Director, Centre for Rural Health University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK


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