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Associate Professor Reema Harrison

Faculty of Medicine
Sch of Public Health & Com Med

Associate Professor Reema Harrison is an Applied Health Psychologist in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM), with interests in quality and safety in healthcare and health service delivery. Reema has a BSc (hons) Psychology, MSc Health Psychology and PhD in the psychology of patient safety all from the University of Leeds (UK). Her research program explores clinician and patient experience of healthcare, specifically in relation to medical errors and adverse events. She also leads and supervises a range of health services management research related to promoting learning from adverse safety events, the use and quality of clinical supervision and mentorship to enhance patient safety, quality and patient safety issues in developing countries and change management in health systems and services. Reema is Director of Health Management Programs in the SPHCM, convening tcourse courses in strategic leadership, clinical governance and risk management that reflect her research interests.

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Field Of Research (FOR): 
Public Health and Health Services
University role: 
Associate Professor & Director, UNSW Health Management