Dr Jonathan Quicke is an Academic Clinical Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Keele University, UK. His specialist interest in education, exercise and weight loss for people with osteoarthritis spans research, knowledge mobilisation (within the Keele Impact Accelerator Unit), service development, delivery and evaluation. He currently holds an NIHR Clinical Research Network Research Scholarship and works clinically at Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust setting up and evaluating a physical activity social prescribing service for people with arthritis (funded by the Haywood Foundation). He is a member of the NICE osteoarthritis guideline committee, part of the OARSI Joint Effort Initiative Implementation and Outcome Measures groups and previous Research Officer for the British Health Professionals in Rheumatology. Following an undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy at Nottingham University in 2002 he worked as a musculoskeletal and pain management physiotherapist within interdisciplinary teams before completing a Master’s degree in 2012 and subsequent PhD at Keele University in 2016 “Attitudes, beliefs and physical activity in older adults with knee pain”. In 2014 he received an OARSI Young Investigator Award for his work investigating the safety of long-term physical activity for people with knee osteoarthritis.