Rebecca Fisher Senior Policy Fellow

Organisation: Health Foundation

Fellowship(s):
  • Harkness Fellowship
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About me

Rebecca Fisher is a 2022–23 UK Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice.

She is a general practitioner in a deprived urban area, as well as a senior policy fellow at the Health Foundation, where she leads the organisation’s work on general practice.

She is particularly interested in how health policy can support equitable provision of primary care services and in models of care and payment for general practice.

She has served on multiple national advisory groups, including NHS England’s health inequalities in primary care advisory group, and the National Vaccine Equalities Committee for the COVID vaccine rollout.

She is a cofounder of Next Generation GP, a national leadership programme for early-career GPs in the UK. She was previously a National Medical Directors clinical fellow to Sir Bruce Keogh, and an academic clinical fellow at the University of Oxford, where she held a teaching fellowship at Green Templeton College. She completed her medical training at the University of Cambridge, where she graduated with the Roger Morris Prize for medicine and surgery.

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