A health scientist by training, Lynn Robertson has a BSc Health Sciences and an MSc in Public Health (Medicine) from the University of Aberdeen. She has been a Research Fellow since 2012, supporting the chronic kidney disease research programme and evidence synthesis for NHS Grampian Public Health. A Member of the Aberdeen Centre for Health Data Science (ACHDS), her research interest at present is using routine healthcare data to understand multimorbidity in hospitalised patients.
Previous roles include Regional Researcher at NHS Grampian and Research Assistant with the Diabetes and Health Technology Assessment Group, University of Aberdeen. She has experience in processing and analysing quantitative data and conducting systematic reviews.
Multimorbidity in secondary care
Using routine healthcare data to understand the measurement, burden, impact and patterns of multimorbidity in hospitalised patients.
NHS Grampian Evidence Synthesis Service
Providing an evidence synthesis service in collaboration with NHS Grampian. In support of health service planning and delivery, intelligence has been provided on a wide range of topics.
Review of the inclusion of kidney disease in readmission prediction models.