If groups of practices collaborate to pool data centrally, analyse and compare it, and then share learning across the network, can we improve care across all participating practices?
Becks joined the Health Foundation in September 2016 as one of the National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellows.
Prior to joining the Health Foundation Becks completed her GP training and an Academic Clinical Fellowship in Oxford, where her research interest lies in out of hours primary care. She was a teaching fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford, and retains a research collaboration and Clinical Fellowship at the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.
Becks graduated with the Roger Morris prize for medicine and surgery from the University of Cambridge in 2010.