Biography

Ross qualified as a physiotherapist in 1992 from the Queens’ College, Glasgow and completed a post-graduate diploma in Biomechanics at Strathclyde University in 1994. Ross completed his PhD in Epidemiology in 2006 and was awarded a RCUK post-doctoral fellowship to continue with his research investigating the impact of osteoarthritis. In 2016, Ross became Senior Lecturer in Public Health and Epidemiology allowing him to continue with his research and lead the public health syllabus within the Keele medical undergraduate degree.

Ross is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (52502) and Health Professions Council (PH44669)

Research and scholarship

Ross’ research investigates the burden of musculoskeletal conditions at an individual and population level. He has an international reputation in measuring and identifying targets to reduce the impact of osteoarthritis, particularly with regards to physical activity, healthy ageing, social participation and work disability in middle and old age.


Currently Ross is the chief investigator for the PRELIM study (funded by Versus Arthritis and involves collaboration between Keele, Oxford and Southampton Universities and patient and public representatives) which aims to describe the impact of musculoskeletal conditions in primary care consulters and the general population and establish if routinely collected electronic health records can be used to describe the impact of musculoskeletal conditions at a population level. Ross supervises a further three research projects; osteoarthritis and mortality (2 students), osteoarthritis and cardiovascular disease (2 students) and healthy work life expectancy (1 student). In June 2019, Ross received an EULAR Health Professionals in Rheumatology Award in in recognition of his work on osteoarthritis and mortality.

Teaching

Ross leads the public health teaching programme in the Keele MBChB course; this includes teaching on research methods, evidence-based healthcare, health promotion, health protection and improving health services with a core aim of developing students’ ability to improve population health and clinical care. He also co-leads a year 3 module on global health. Ross is a member of the Faculty of Public Health Educators in Medical Schools group. Ross contributes to the development of the Keele MBChB programme and is one of the leads for the Scholarship programme. Ross also teaches on the Masters modules in SAHP.


Ross was the Chair of the Research Institute for Primary Care and health Sciences Teaching and education committee which monitored and co-ordinated the teaching activities of its members.

Further information

Dr Wilkie received an EULAR Research award in 2019 for his work on osteoarthritis and mortality

Dr Wilkie’s current external responsibilities include:

  • Member, European League Against Rheumatism Health Professionals in Rheumatology Scientific committee
  • Member, of EULAR task force on recommendations for Imaging for low back pain
  • Member, of Faculty of Public Health, Public Health Educators in Medical Schools

Previous committee membership includes:

  • British Society for Rheumatology Heberden Committee
  • British Health Professionals in Rheumatology
  • Editorial board member for Arthritis Care and Research

Selected Publications

  • Rantakokko M, Duncan R, Robinson L, Wilkie R. 2020. Natural History of Social Participation in the Very Old: Findings from the Newcastle 85+ Study. Journal of Aging and Health, 898264320944672. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Parker M, Bucknall M, Jagger C, Wilkie R. 2020. Population-based estimates of healthy working life expectancy in England at age 50 years: analysis of data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Lancet Public Health, e395-e403, vol. 5(7). link> doi> full text>
  • Robinson DE, Lane J, Craig R, Judge A, Bailey J, Yu D, Jordan K, Peat G, Wilkie R, Silman A, Strauss VY, Prieto-Alhambra D. 2020. THE DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY AND SECULAR TRENDS OF LOWER BACK PAIN PROCEDURES IN ROUTINE UK NHS CARE FROM 2000 TO 2016. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (pp. 850-851, vol. 79). link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Bjork M, Costa-Black KM, Parker M, Pransky G. 2020. Managing work participation for people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol, 101517, vol. 34(2). link> doi> full text>
  • Parker M, Bucknall M, Jagger C, Wilkie R. 2020. Extending Working Lives: A Systematic Review of Healthy Working Life Expectancy at Age 50. SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH, 337-350, vol. 150(1). link> doi> full text>

Full Publications Listshow

Books

  • Vickerstaff S, Phillipson C, Wilkie R. Vickerstaff S, Phillipson C, Wilkie R (Eds.). 2012. Work, Health and Wellbeing. The challenges of managing health at work. (1st ed.). Bristol: Policy Press. link>

Journal Articles

  • Rantakokko M, Duncan R, Robinson L, Wilkie R. 2020. Natural History of Social Participation in the Very Old: Findings from the Newcastle 85+ Study. Journal of Aging and Health, 898264320944672. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Parker M, Bucknall M, Jagger C, Wilkie R. 2020. Population-based estimates of healthy working life expectancy in England at age 50 years: analysis of data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Lancet Public Health, e395-e403, vol. 5(7). link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Bjork M, Costa-Black KM, Parker M, Pransky G. 2020. Managing work participation for people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol, 101517, vol. 34(2). link> doi> full text>
  • Parker M, Bucknall M, Jagger C, Wilkie R. 2020. Extending Working Lives: A Systematic Review of Healthy Working Life Expectancy at Age 50. SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH, 337-350, vol. 150(1). link> doi> full text>
  • Welsh VK, Mallen CD, Ogollah R, Wilkie R, McBeth J. 2019. Investigating multisite pain as a predictor of self-reported falls and falls requiring health care use in an older population: A prospective cohort study. PLoS One, e0226268, vol. 14(12). link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Parmar SS, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Smith D, Thomas MJ, Seale BJ, Mansell G, Peat G. 2019. Reasons why osteoarthritis predicts mortality: path analysis within a Cox proportional hazards model. RMD Open, e001048, vol. 5(2). link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Kaur K, Hayward RA. 2019. The impact of socioeconomic status on the link between osteoarthritis and the onset of common comorbidities. Clin Exp Rheumatol, 44-48, vol. 37(1). link> full text>
  • Wynne-Jones G, Chen Y, Croft P, Peat G, Wilkie R, Jordan K, Petersson IF. 2018. Secular trends in work disability and its relationship to musculoskeletal pain and mental health: a time-trend analysis using five cross-sectional surveys (2002-2010) in the general population. Occup Environ Med, 877-883, vol. 75(12). link> doi> full text>
  • Smith D, Wilkie R, Croft P, Parmar S, McBeth J. 2018. Pain and mortality: mechanisms for a relationship. Pain, 1112-1118, vol. 159(6). link> doi>
  • Smith D, Wilkie R, Croft P, McBeth J. 2018. Pain and Mortality in Older Adults: The Influence of Pain Phenotype. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken), 236-243, vol. 70(2). link> doi> full text>
  • Rantakokko M and Wilkie R. 2017. The role of environmental factors for the onset of restricted mobility outside the home among older adults with osteoarthritis: a prospective cohort study. BMJ Open, e012826, vol. 7(6). link> doi> full text>
  • Lacey RJ, Wilkie R, Wynne-Jones G, Jordan JL, Wersocki E, McBeth J. 2017. Evidence for strategies that improve recruitment and retention of adults aged 65 years and over in randomised trials and observational studies: a systematic review. Age Ageing, 895-903, vol. 46(6). link> doi> full text>
  • Baker S, McBeth J, Chew-Graham CA, Wilkie R. 2017. Musculoskeletal pain and co-morbid insomnia in adults; a population study of the prevalence and impact on restricted social participation. BMC Fam Pract, 17, vol. 18(1). link> doi> full text>
  • Sibille KT, McBeth J, Smith D, Wilkie R. 2017. Allostatic load and pain severity in older adults: Results from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Exp Gerontol, 51-58, vol. 88. link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Belcher J, Chew-Graham C, Lacey RJ, McBeth J. 2016. Widespread pain and depression are key modifiable risk factors associated with reduced social participation in older adults: A prospective cohort study in primary care. Medicine, e4111, vol. 95(31). doi> link> full text>
  • Dutta A, Wilkie R, Yu D, Peat GM. 2016. Social gradient and regional variation and in general practice consultation prevalence for osteoarthritis in England 1998-2013: Descriptive epidemiological study using data from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, S197-S198, vol. 24(1). doi>
  • Lacey RJ, Strauss VY, Rathod T, Belcher J, Croft PR, Natvig B, Wilkie R, McBeth J. 2015. Clustering of pain and its associations with health in people aged 50 years and older: cross-sectional results from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project. BMJ Open, e008389, vol. 5(11). link> doi> full text>
  • Prior Y, Beech R, Wilkie R. 2015. Self-care disability in older adults with Osteoarthritis: a systematic review. Journal of Rheumatology Occupational Therapy, 25-29, vol. 29(1).
  • Wilkie R, Hay EM, Croft P, Pransky G. 2015. Exploring how pain leads to productivity loss in primary care consulters for osteoarthritis: a prospective cohort study. PLoS One, e0120042, vol. 10(4). link> doi> full text>
  • McBeth J, Wilkie R, Bedson J, Chew-Graham C, Lacey RJ. 2015. Sleep disturbance and chronic widespread pain. Curr Rheumatol Rep, 469, vol. 17(1). link> doi>
  • Tang NKY, McBeth J, Jordan KP, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Croft P, Wilkie R. 2015. Impact of musculoskeletal pain on insomnia onset: a prospective cohort study. Rheumatology (Oxford), 248-256, vol. 54(2). link> doi>
  • Lacey RJ, Belcher J, Rathod T, Wilkie R, Thomas E, McBeth J. 2014. Pain at multiple body sites and health-related quality of life in older adults: results from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project. Rheumatology (Oxford), 2071-2079, vol. 53(11). link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Phillipson C, Hay E, Pransky G. 2014. Frequency and predictors of premature work loss in primary care consulters for osteoarthritis: prospective cohort study. Rheumatology (Oxford), 459-464, vol. 53(3). link> doi>
  • McBeth J, Lacey RJ, Wilkie R. 2014. Predictors of new-onset widespread pain in older adults: results from a population-based prospective cohort study in the UK. Arthritis Rheumatol, 757-767, vol. 66(3). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Phillipson C, Hay EM, Pransky G. 2014. Anticipated significant work limitation in primary care consulters with osteoarthritis: a prospective cohort study. BMJ Open, e005221, vol. 4(9). link> doi> full text>
  • Smith D, Wilkie R, Uthman O, Jordan JL, McBeth J. 2014. Chronic pain and mortality: a systematic review. PLoS One, e99048, vol. 9(6). link> doi> full text>
  • Jordan KP, Jöud A, Bergknut C, Croft P, Edwards JJ, Peat G, Petersson IF, Turkiewicz A, Wilkie R, Englund M. 2014. International comparisons of the consultation prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions using population-based healthcare data from England and Sweden. Ann Rheum Dis, 212-218, vol. 73(1). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Pransky G, Phillipson C, Hay E. 2013. EARLY WORK LOSS IN OLDER WORKERS CONSULTING PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. GERONTOLOGIST, 504, vol. 53. link>
  • Wilkie R. 2013. HEALTHY WORK LIFE EXPECTANCY IN OLDER ADULTS WITH ARTHRITIS: HOW LONG CAN PEOPLE WITH ARTHRITIS WORK FOR AND WHAT MAINTAINS WORK PARTICIPATION TILL OLD AGE. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES, 4-5, vol. 72. link>
  • Wilkie R, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Jordan KP, Pransky G. 2013. Onset of work restriction in employed adults with lower limb joint pain: individual factors and area-level socioeconomic conditions. J Occup Rehabil, 180-188, vol. 23(2). link> doi>
  • Hermsen LAH, Terwee CB, Leone SS, van der Zwaard B, Smalbrugge M, Dekker J, van der Horst HE, Wilkie R. 2013. Social participation in older adults with joint pain and comorbidity; testing the measurement properties of the Dutch Keele Assessment of Participation. BMJ Open, e003181, vol. 3(8). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Tajar A, McBeth J. 2013. The onset of widespread musculoskeletal pain is associated with a decrease in healthy ageing in older people: a population-based prospective study. PLoS One, e59858, vol. 8(3). link> doi> full text>
  • Theis KA, Murphy L, Hootman JM, Wilkie R. 2013. [FORTHCOMING] Social participation restriction among US adults with arthritis: A population based study using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). Arthritis Care and Research. doi>
  • Wilkie R, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Jordan KP, Lacey R, McBeth J. 2013. Reasons why multimorbidity increases the risk of participation restriction in older adults with lower extremity osteoarthritis: a prospective cohort study in primary care. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken), 910-919, vol. 65(6). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R and Pransky G. 2012. Improving work participation for adults with musculoskeletal conditions. Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol, 733-742, vol. 26(5). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Jordan JL, Muller S, Nicholls E, Healey EL, Van der Windt DA. 2011. Measures of Social Function and Participation in Musculoskeletal Populations Impact on Participation and Autonomy ( IPA), Keele Assessment of Participation (KAP), Participation Measure for Post-Acute Care (PM-PAC), Participation Objective, Participation Subjective (POPS), Rating of Perceived Participation (ROPP), and The Participation Scale. ARTHRITIS CARE & RESEARCH, S325-S336, vol. 63. link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Cifuentes M, Pransky G. 2011. Exploring extensions to working life: job lock and predictors of decreasing work function in older workers. Disabil Rehabil, 1719-1727, vol. 33(19-20). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R and Peters S. 2010. Improving work participation for people with musculoskeletal conditions: challenges and opportunities. Rheumatology (Oxford), 1611-1612, vol. 49(9). link> doi>
  • Jordan KP, Wilkie R, Muller S, Myers H, Nicholls E, Arthritis Research Campaign National Primary Care Centre. 2009. Measurement of change in function and disability in osteoarthritis: current approaches and future challenges. Curr Opin Rheumatol, 525-530, vol. 21(5). link> doi>
  • Armstrong R and Wilkie R. 2009. Musculoskeletal problems and work in the UK - time for a new approach. RHEUMATOLOGY, 709-710, vol. 48(7). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R and Peat G. 2008. Social participation and osteoarthritis: the foundations have been laid where next?. J Rheumatol, 1484-1486, vol. 35(8). link>
  • Jordan KP, Thomas E, Peat G, Wilkie R, Croft P. 2008. Social risks for disabling pain in older people: a prospective study of individual and area characteristics. Pain, 652-661, vol. 137(3). link> doi>
  • Mottram S, Peat G, Thomas E, Wilkie R, Croft P. 2008. Patterns of pain and mobility limitation in older people: cross-sectional findings from a population survey of 18,497 adults aged 50 years and over. Qual Life Res, 529-539, vol. 17(4). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Thomas E, Mottram S, Peat G, Croft P. 2008. Onset and persistence of person-perceived participation restriction in older adults: a 3-year follow-up study in the general population. Health Qual Life Outcomes, 92, vol. 6. link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Peat G, Thomas E, Croft P. 2007. Factors associated with restricted mobility outside the home in community-dwelling adults ages fifty years and older with knee pain: an example of use of the International Classification of Functioning to investigate participation restriction. Arthritis Rheum, 1381-1389, vol. 57(8). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Peat G, Thomas E, Croft P. 2007. Factors associated with participation restriction in community-dwelling adults aged 50 years and over. Qual Life Res, 1147-1156, vol. 16(7). link> doi>
  • Peat G, Thomas E, Duncan R, Wood L, Wilkie R, Hill J, Hay EM, Croft P. 2007. Estimating the probability of radiographic osteoarthritis in the older patient with knee pain. Arthritis Rheum, 794-802, vol. 57(5). link> doi>
  • Dziedzic K, Thomas E, Hill S, Wilkie R, Peat G, Croft PR. 2007. The impact of musculoskeletal hand problems in older adults: findings from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project (NorStOP). Rheumatology (Oxford), 963-967, vol. 46(6). link> doi>
  • Thomas E, Mottram S, Peat G, Wilkie R, Croft P. 2007. The effect of age on the onset of pain interference in a general population of older adults: prospective findings from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project (NorStOP). Pain, 21-27, vol. 129(1-2). link> doi>
  • WILKIE R, Dziedzic K, Thomas E, Hill S, Peat G, Croft P. 2007. The impact of musculoskeletal hand problems in older adults: findings from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project (NorStOP). Rheumatology, 963-967, vol. 46(6). doi>
  • Peat G, Thomas E, Wilkie R, Croft P. 2006. Multiple joint pain and lower extremity disability in middle and old age. Disabil Rehabil, 1543-1549, vol. 28(24). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Peat G, Thomas E, Croft P. 2006. The prevalence of person-perceived participation restriction in community-dwelling older adults. Qual Life Res, 1471-1479, vol. 15(9). link> doi>
  • Wood L, Peat G, Wilkie R, Hay E, Thomas E, Sim J. 2006. A study of the noninstrumented physical examination of the knee found high observer variability. J Clin Epidemiol, 512-520, vol. 59(5). link> doi>
  • Peat G, Thomas E, Handy J, Wood L, Dziedzic K, Myers H, Wilkie R, Duncan R, Hay E, Hill J, Lacey R, Croft P. 2006. The Knee Clinical Assessment Study-CAS(K). A prospective study of knee pain and knee osteoarthritis in the general population: baseline recruitment and retention at 18 months. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, 30, vol. 7. link> doi> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Peat G, Thomas E, Hooper H, Croft PR. 2005. The Keele Assessment of Participation: a new instrument to measure participation restriction in population studies. Combined qualitative and quantitative examination of its psychometric properties. Qual Life Res, 1889-1899, vol. 14(8). link> doi>
  • Peat G, Greig J, Wood L, Wilkie R, Thomas E, Croft P. 2005. Diagnostic discordance: we cannot agree when to call knee pain 'osteoarthritis'. Fam Pract, 96-102, vol. 22(1). link> doi>
  • WILKIE R, PEAT G, THOMAS E, CROFT PR. 2004. Measuring the consequences of osteoarthritis and joint pain in population-based studies: can existing health measurement instruments capture levels of participation?. Arthritis Rheum, 755-762, vol. 51(5). doi>
  • Thomas E, Peat G, Harris L, Wilkie R, Croft PR. 2004. The prevalence of pain and pain interference in a general population of older adults: cross-sectional findings from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project (NorStOP). Pain, 361-368, vol. 110(1-2). link> doi>
  • Dziedzic K, Thomas E, Hill S, Wilkie R, Peat G, Croft P. 2004. PREVALENCE OF HAND PROBLEMS AND HAND PAIN IN OLDER PEOPLE: A SURVEY OF THE GENERAL POPULATION IN NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE. RHEUMATOLOGY, 88, vol. 43. link>
  • Peat G, Thomas E, Handy J, Wood L, Dziedzic K, Myers H, Wilkie R, Duncan R, Hay E, Hill J, Lacey R, Croft P. 2004. The Knee Clinical Assessment Study--CAS(K). A prospective study of knee pain and knee osteoarthritis in the general population. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, 4, vol. 5(1). doi> full text>
  • Thomas E, Wilkie R, Peat G, Hill S, Dziedzic K, Croft P. 2004. The North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project--NorStOP: prospective, 3-year study of the epidemiology and management of clinical osteoarthritis in a general population of older adults. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, 2, vol. 5. link> doi> full text>
  • PEAT G, GREIG J, WOOD L, WILKIE R, THOMAS E, CROFT P. 2004. Diagnostic discordance: we cannot agree when to call knee pain 'osteoarthritis?. Fam Pract, 1-7, vol. 21(6).
  • THOMAS E, WILKIE R, PEAT G, HILL S, DZIEDZIC K, CROFT P. 2004. The North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project - NorStOP: prospective, 3-year study of the epidemiology and management of clinical osteoarthritis in a general population of older adults. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2, vol. 5(1).
  • THOMAS E, PEAT G, HARRIS L, WILKIE R, CROFT PR. 2004. The prevalence of pain and pain interference in a general population of older adults: cross-sectional findings from the North Staffordshire Osteoarthritis Project (NorStOP). Pain.
  • Peat G, Wood L, Wilkie R, Thomas E, KNE-SCI Study Group. 2003. How reliable is structured clinical history-taking in older adults with knee problems? Inter- and intraobserver variability of the KNE-SCI. J Clin Epidemiol, 1030-1037, vol. 56(11). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Peat GP, Croft PR. 2002. Keele Assessment of participation (KAP: A new participation instrument to measure the impact of osteoarthritis on the individual). Rhematology, 22-23, vol. 41(2).

Chapters

  • Burroughs H and Wilkie R. 2016. Social Participation, Loneliness and Depression. In Mental Health and Older People. Springer. doi> link>

Other

  • Robinson DE, Lane J, Craig R, Judge A, Bailey J, Yu D, Jordan K, Peat G, Wilkie R, Silman A, Strauss VY, Prieto-Alhambra D. 2020. THE DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY AND SECULAR TRENDS OF LOWER BACK PAIN PROCEDURES IN ROUTINE UK NHS CARE FROM 2000 TO 2016. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (pp. 850-851, vol. 79). link> doi> full text>
  • Theis K, Boring M, Wilkie R. 2019. Why so Fast? A Focus on Reasons for an Increase in Arthritis-Attributable Activity Limitation Trends, 2002-2017. Arthritis and Rheumatology (vol. 71). Wiley. link> link> full text>
  • Wilkie R, Parmar S, Bucknall M. 2019. TARGETS FOR REDUCING PREMATURE MORTALITY IN OLDER ADULTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS: RESULTS FROM A NOVEL PATH ANALYSIS WITHIN A COX PROPORTIONAL HAZARDS MODEL. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (pp. 152-153, vol. 78). BMJ Publishing Group. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Seale B, Thomas M, Parmar S, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Wilkie R. 2019. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND PREMATURE MORTALITY: PATHWAYS FOR HAND, HIP, KNEE AND FOOT OSTEOARTHRITIS. Rheumatology (vol. 58). Oxford University Press (OUP). link> doi> link> full text>
  • Walters B and Wilkie R. 2019. REASONS FOR RETIREMENT IN OLDER ADULTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS. Rheumatology (p. 107, vol. 58). Oxford University Press (OUP). link> doi> link> full text>
  • Uraiby Y and Wilkie R. 2019. SOCIAL HEALTH PROFILES IN PRIMARY CARE CONSULTERS FOR COMMON MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS: OPERATIONALISATION OF THE PROMIS SHORT FORM TOOL IN PATIENTS WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS. Rheumatology (vol. 58). Oxford University Press (OUP). link> doi> link> full text>
  • Parmar S, Smith D, Wilkie R. 2018. REASONS WHY OSTEOARTHRITIS PREDICTS MORTALITY: PATH ANALYSIS WITHIN A COX PROPORTIONAL HAZARDS MODEL. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE (pp. S14-S15, vol. 26). link> doi> full text>
  • Hayward R, Kaur K, Wilkie R. 2017. OSTEOARTHRITIS (OA) AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS (SES) PREDICTS THE ONSET OF COMORBIDITIES LINKED TO FREQUENT HEALTHCARE CONSULTATION. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (p. 958, vol. 76). link> doi>
  • Kaur KA, Hayward RA, Wilkie R. 2017. THE ROLE OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS ON THE ONSET OF COMORBIDITY IN PRIMARY CARE CONSULTERS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 30, vol. 56). link>
  • Baker S, Chew-Graham CA, Wilkie R, McBeth J. 2016. MAINTAINING MENTAL HEALTH IN OLDER PEOPLE WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN: A LONGITUDINAL COHORT STUDY. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (pp. 656-657, vol. 75). link> doi>
  • Dutta A, Wilkie R, Yu D, Peat G. 2016. SOCIAL GRADIENT AND REGIONAL VARIATION AND IN GENERAL PRACTICE CONSULTATION PREVALENCE FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS IN ENGLAND 1998-2013: DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY USING DATA FROM THE CLINICAL PRACTICE RESEARCH DATALINK. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE (pp. S197-S198, vol. 24). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R. 2015. SOCIAL AND WORK PARTICIPATION - RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (pp. 37-38, vol. 74). link> doi>
  • Wilkie R, Sibille K, Smith D, McBeth J. 2015. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PAIN SEVERITY AND ALLOSTATIC LOAD: RESULTS FROM THE ENGLISH LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGEING. RHEUMATOLOGY (pp. 35-36, vol. 54). link>
  • Baker S, McBeth J, Wilkie R. 2014. MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN, SLEEP QUALITY AND RESTRICTED SOCIAL ACTIVITY. RHEUMATOLOGY (pp. 126-127, vol. 53). link> doi>
  • Broad J, Wilkie R, Protheroe J. 2014. A PAIN IN THE NECK: THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS AND FREQUENT CONSULTATION IN PRIMARY CARE. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 79, vol. 53). link>
  • Wilkie R. 2014. DISCUSSIONS WITH SENIOR ACADEMICS TO DISCUSS YOUR OWN PLANS AND TOP TIPS FOR GETTING THERE. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 8, vol. 53). link>
  • Wilkie R. 2014. WHAT CAN I DO AFTER MY PHD? PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE CAREER. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 8, vol. 53). link>
  • Tang NKY, McBeth J, Jordan KP, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Croft P, Wilkie R. 2013. The role of pain, physical disability, and reduced social participation in insomnia onset in community dwelling older adults: a prospective cohort study. LANCET (p. 95, vol. 382). link>
  • Prior Y, Wilkie R, Beech R, Peat G. 2013. POPULATION BASED PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF SELF-CARE RESTRICTION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH JOINT PAIN. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (p. 777, vol. 72). link>
  • Hermsen L, Terwee CB, Leone SS, Zwaard BV, Smalbrugge M, Dekker J, Horst HV, Wilkie R. 2013. THE MEASUREMENT PROPERTIES OF THE DUTCH KEELE ASSESSMENT OF PARTICIPATION QUESTIONNAIRE IN OLDER ADULTS WITH JOINT PAIN AND COMORBIDITY. RHEUMATOLOGY (pp. 106-107, vol. 52). link>
  • Wilkie R, Bucknall M, Jordan K, McBeth J. 2013. WIDESPREAD AND REGIONAL PAIN PREDICT SOCIAL PARTICIPATION RESTRICTION IN OLDER ADULTS: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 37, vol. 52). link>
  • Wilkie R. 2013. WORK AND MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS: THE KEY ISSUES. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 6, vol. 52). link>
  • Wilkie R, Blagojevic M, Jordan KP, Mcbeth J. 2012. IDENTIFYING THE KEY TARGETS TO IMPROVE PARTICIPATION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH LOWER LIMB OSTEOARTHRITIS: PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 98, vol. 51). link>
  • Wilkie R, Tajar A, McBeth J. 2012. THE IMPACT OF PAIN ON SUCCESSFUL AGEING. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 31, vol. 51). link>
  • Wilkie R, Tajar A, McBeth J. 2011. The Impact of Pain on Successful Ageing. ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM (pp. S600-S601, vol. 63). link>
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