Dr Rebecca Elvey (PhD, MA (Econ), BA) - personal details
Role: Research Fellow
Tel: 0161 306 3499
I joined The University of Manchester in 2003 and completed a two-year research project evaluating a new contract for community pharmacy services. Since then, I have worked on several research projects in the pharmacy practice field, including studies on patient-centred professionalism, revalidation and workload, as well as service evaluations and commissioning. I received a University of Manchester bursary to undertake my PhD, entitled 'Professional identity in pharmacy', which was awarded in 2011. Between 2011 and 2013 I was based in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, where I completed an NIHR (HS&DR) -funded study on mental health self-care support for children and young people.Between 2013 and 2014 I was based in the Centre for Pharmacy Workforce Studies (CPWS) at Manchester Pharmacy School, where I worked on an NIHR-funded study on clinical productivity in community pharmacy. I am currently based in the Centre for Primary Care and work for the Greater Manchester CLAHRC.
Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies
- The University of Manchester Research Staff Association committee member
- The University of Manchester Staff Survey Steering Group member
- Member of the Evidence Synthesis Network
2013 - Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) - Level 4 award (Researchers into Management)
2011 - PhD - The University of Manchester
2002 - MA (Econ) - The University of Manchester
I have previously supervised MPharm student research projects, taught research methods to 3rd year students on the MPharm degree and delivered seminars on research methods to undergraduate (BNurs) nursing and postgradate (MRes) psychology students.