'Healthcare Co-Production - A Personal Overview' was published in June 2018.
Rebecca is currently planning a series of 4 short books for primary teachers on how to teach primary mathematics which are due for publication in 2019.
With the brevity and consequential logic of the mathematician she is, Rebecca Hanson outlines the concept of Healthcare Co-Production as a model enabling stakeholders - above all, the public - to play a positive role in future delivery of vital services. Though committed to the benefits of moving away from the traditional situation of reaction to top-down decisions, she is not afraid to draw attention to practical difficulties encountered on the journey. This little book carries conviction.
by Andy Connell
Rebecca Hanson MA(Cantab.), MEd, FRSA owns and runs Authentic Maths, which provides primary mathematics Inset. She is also the Liberal Democrat Cumbrian County Councillor for Cockermouth North.
Rebecca has published articles and reports on mathematics education, regulation policy, nuclear and healthcare issues. As a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Rebecca has previously served as a Digital Champion, focusing on the role of discussion forums in 21st Century Enlightenment.
Rebecca was the Liberal Democrat Candidate in the 2017 Copeland by-election.
Some of Rebecca's work is published under her previous name - Rebecca Teasdale.