Academic Clinical Fellow
Rebecca graduated from University of Birmingham and then went onto to complete the Academic Foundation Programme at Royal Stoke University Hospital where she undertook rotations in paediatrics, general surgery, AMU, diabetes and endocrinology, general practice and acute internal medicine. Rebecca is currently a Cambridge GP registrar completing an NIHR funded academic clinical fellowship.
Rebecca is interested in women’s health particularly in gestational diabetes and the prevention of development of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Dennison RA, Ward RJ, Griffin SJ, Usher-Smith JA (2019). Women’s views on lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: a systematic review, qualitative synthesis and recommendations for practice. Diabetic Medicine. 00: 1-16
Ward R, Usher-Smith JA, Griffin SJ (2019). How to produce a systematic review. InnovAiT. 12 (3), 155-157
Ward RJ, Heald AH, Ogunmekan S, Fryer AA, Duff CJ. Should we be screening for thyroid dysfunction in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus? British Journal of General Practice. Feb 2018; pp 94-95
Ward R, Varughese GI, Jose B et al. “Autoimmune sequelae of Anti-GAD antibodies: Thinking outside the box”. Clin Med; October 1, 2017, vol 17 no.5 473-474
R Ward, W Carroll, P Cunningham, S Ho, M Jones, W Lenney, D Thompson, F Gilchrist. Radiation dose from common radiological investigations and cumulative exposure in children with cystic fibrosis: an observation study from a single UK centre. BMJ Open2017;7:e017548.
AJ Daley, L Foster, G Long, C Palmer, O Robinson, H Walmsley, R Ward. The effectiveness of exercise for the prevention and treatment of antenatal depression: systematic review with meta-analysis. BJOG 2015; vol 122, no 1, pp57-2.