Academic Clinical Fellow
Rebecca joined the primary care unit in 2016 as an academic clinical fellow in General Practice. She graduated from medicine in 2011 from the University of Birmingham, where she also undertook a BMedSci in Public Health and Epidemiology. Having completed her foundation training in Yorkshire she took up a General Practice training post in Colchester, Essex to be closer to family. Two years in to her General Practice training she applied for and won a School of Primary Care Research Academic Clinical Fellowship. She moved to Cambridge to take up this post which sees her divide her time between research and general practice training. She currently works part time at Lensfield Medical Practice.
Rebecca is part of the Palliative and End of Life Care group in the Primary Care Unit under the supervision of Dr Stephen Barclay. She is undertaking a full time MPhil in Primary Care Research. Her current research is looking at emergency admissions from care homes in to hospital.
Farndale R, Fernandes C. Service review: End of life care. InnovAiT 2017. Advance online publication. URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/home/ino
Farndale R, Roberts L. Long-term impact of irritable bowel syndrome: a qualitative study. Prim Health Care Res Dev. 2011; 12(1): 52-67.
Rebecca’s academic training is funded by a School for Primary Care Research Academic Clinical Fellowship.