Authenticated user menu

Total views

Dr Rebecca Rohrer

Clinical Fellow, BUPA

Rebecca studied medicine at St George’s, University of London, graduating with a distinction in 2015. Prior to this she worked for an international healthcare management consultancy following degrees in Biology with Management from Imperial College and Evidence-Based Healthcare from the University of Oxford. During her time at medical school she was the lead of the Medical Students Group at the FMLM where she created a scheme to improve leadership and management skills in students and published research on the structure of undergraduate medical leadership and management teaching. Her clinical career aims to translate these skills to improve clinical care given her belief that leadership and management offers the best mechanism to provide high quality patient care. She has recently helped lead an audit of sepsis management in the trust, developing and implementing a new sepsis pathway. She has also participated in teaching, patient engagement activities and other quality improvement projects for her trusts.

Rebecca lives in London with her husband and three-year old triplets who keep her fit and busy!

Rebecca’s application to the National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme stems from a desire to consolidate professional and clinical experience to develop her leadership and management skills.

Working as a doctor has allowed her to build on a prior academic background in evidence-based medicine to develop a professional interest in a value-based approach to healthcare. During her year at BUPA, Rebecca is keen to understand how to deliver high quality patient-centred healthcare in a not-for-profit environment and the translation from strategic planning to front-line services in the current political environment.

Array ( [0] => sitewide [1] => advert_external_leaderboard [2] => not_front_desktop [3] => node_person [4] => advert_internal_desktop )