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Dr Rebecca Fisher

National Medical Director's Clinical Fellow
The Health Foundation
ST5 GP Academic Clinical Fellow

Having graduated from St Johns College Cambridge in 2010 with distinction and the Roger Morris prize for medicine, Becks spent her foundation years in Cambridge before trading dreaming spires to head to Oxford and an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship in Primary Care, completed in August 2016.

Becks has held numerous teaching roles, most recently as a Doll Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford. She collaborated with a colleague to initiate and run a successful ‘vivas for finals’ teaching programme in Cambridge, an evidence based medicine programme for GP trainees in Oxford, and set up an access scheme for state schools in Oxford city. With a research interest in out of hours primary care Becks has published and presented widely and internationally, as well as completing a diploma in health research.

Becks is passionate about the social determinants of health and views health policy as a tool for social justice. She is hoping to improve her understanding of health economics, policy analysis and improvement science in order to play a meaningful future role in the delivery of high quality healthcare to all. 

Becks loves a good ‘discussion’ about politics, has an inexplicable addiction to marathon running, and plays a variety of instruments enthusiastically but with limited success.

This years she is a National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow at the Health Foundation, where she will be working predominantly within the Improvement Directorate.

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