Dr Reema Harrison
Dr Reema Harrison is an Applied Health Psychologist with interests in quality and safety in healthcare and systematic review. 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 specific research interests are the psychological impact of medical errors and adverse events on health professionals and patients including incident disclosure. 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 works as a Senior Lecturer in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine, with teaching responsibilities relating to change management, clinical governance and patient safety that reflect her research interests.