Aidan has over 13 years’ experience in a broad range of health-related environments, including elite level sport science, corporate health and wellbeing promotion and proposition development of interventions to address unmet public health needs in the UK including designing and implementing the largest COVID-19 rehabilitation programme in the country.
Alongside his current role with Real World Health, Aidan is the Outcomes Design Lead for Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity. He leads on the strategic design and implementation of a ubiquitous outcomes framework and governance processes to enable Nuffield Health to better evidence effectiveness across their services.
Additionally, Aidan is responsible for the ongoing research activities at Nuffield Health, including delivery of a multi-million-pound clinical trial investigating the effects of support exercise for men with prostate cancer on a specific treatment pathway.
Academically, Aidan has a BSc. (Hons) First Class in Sport and Exercise Science from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland and a Master of Philosophy from the University of Stirling, Scotland investigating variation in genetic SNP’s associated with athletic performance. Currently Aidan is completing a part-time PhD with Manchester Metropolitan University, England, developing a risk prediction model to predict age of onset of Type-2-Diabetes.