Dr Hollie Henderson

BaBi Network Research Fellow

Hollie is a Research Fellow working as part of the Born and Bred in (BaBi) Network Team. Hollie worked as part of the BaBi Network Coordinating Centre team during her PhD, where she explored how local decision-makers could be best supported to use BaBi data as local health intelligence for child and maternal health. As part of this work, Hollie developed a method of engaging members of the public and local practitioners, commissioners, and service providers to identify and prioritise local evidence gaps around child and maternal health, to be addressed with local BaBi data. This method has been applied across the BaBi network pilot sites. Hollie also explored whether data from the BaBi cohort in Bradford (BiB4All) could be used to address one of these priority areas. 


Hollie has an undergraduate degree in Economics and Business Management, with industrial placement, from Newcastle University and an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York. Her research interests include child and maternal health, the use of routine data for research, and reducing inequalities. 

Email: hollie.henderson@york.ac.uk