Dr Rebecca Fisher
Becks is a senior policy fellow at the Health Foundation where she leads policy work on primary care and general practice. This aims to analyse, understand and inform national policies on general practice in England. She is particularly interested in general practice performance (including how we can, do and should define ‘good’ performance in general practice), primary care and NHS reform, and increasing equity in primary care provision.
Becks works two days a week as GP, and is co-founder of Next Generation GP – a national programme aiming to energise engage and empower the next generation of GP leaders. She trained at Cambridge University, subsequently completing an Academic Clinical Fellowship in Oxford before spending a year as a National Medical Directors Clinical Fellow.
17-Jun-2021B - Breakout stage 2The role of primary care in the health and care system