Dr Reema Harrison

Lecturer & Research Fellow
Public Health, School of Public Health

Telephone +61 2 9036 7826

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(Bradford Institute for Health Research Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) Visiting Research Fellow & acting as an expert adviser on research projects in the Quality and Safety Research Group.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Smith-Merry, J., Harrison, R., Manias, E., Iedema, R., Kelly, P. (2014). Using patients’ experiences of adverse events to improve health service delivery and practice: Protocol of a data linkage study of Australian adults age 45 and over. BMJ Open, In press (accepted 24 September, 2014).
  • Stewart, K., Harrison, R., Lawton, R. (2013). Most doctors have negative experiences of reporting incidents. BMJ, 347, 1-1. [More Information]
  • Lawton, R., McEachan, R., Giles, S., Sirriyeh, R., Watt, I., Wright, J. (2012). Development of an evidence-based framework of factors contributing to patient safety incidents in hospital settings: a systematic review. BMJ Quality and Safety, 21(5), 369-380. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2012). Reviewing studies with diverse designs: the development and evaluation of a new tool. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 18(4), 746-752. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Armitage, G., Gardner, P., Ferguson, S. (2012). Safety subcultures in health-care organizations and managing medical error. Health Services Management Research, 25(1), 16-23. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R. (2011). Review: Home health nurses coping with practice care errors. Journal of Research in Nursing, 18(4), 349-350. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2010). Coping with medical error: a systematic review of papers to assess the effects of involvement in medical errors on healthcare professionals' psychological well-being. Quality & Safety in Health Care, 19(6), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2010). Medical error in the hospice setting: exploring the perspectives of management staff. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 16(8), 377-386. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Ward, J. (2010). Physical activity and adolescents: an exploratory randomized controlled trial investigating the influence of affective and instrumental text messages. British Journal of Health Psychology, 15(Pt 4), 825-840. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Harrison, R., Anderson, J., Laloë, P. (2013). Mentoring for newly appointed Consultants: A Strategy for enhancing patient safety? Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group.
  • Harrison, R. (2012). The Implementation of open disclosure in the UK: The role of professional organisations. 1st International Incident Disclosure Conference.
  • Harrison, R. (2012). The Role of Nurse in Incident disclosure: A narrative review. 1st International Incident Disclosure Conference.
  • Sirriyeh, R., Armitage, G., Lawton, R., Gardner, P. (2010). Managing medical error: A qualitative study exploring experiences of NHS managers. 3rd North British Patient Safety Research Symposium.
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2009). Coping with Medical Error: The case of the health professional. A systematic review of papers to assess the impact of involvement in medical errors on healthcare professionals' psychological wellbeing. 2rd North British Patient Safety Research Symposium.

2014

  • Smith-Merry, J., Harrison, R., Manias, E., Iedema, R., Kelly, P. (2014). Using patients’ experiences of adverse events to improve health service delivery and practice: Protocol of a data linkage study of Australian adults age 45 and over. BMJ Open, In press (accepted 24 September, 2014).

2013

  • Harrison, R., Anderson, J., Laloë, P. (2013). Mentoring for newly appointed Consultants: A Strategy for enhancing patient safety? Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group.
  • Stewart, K., Harrison, R., Lawton, R. (2013). Most doctors have negative experiences of reporting incidents. BMJ, 347, 1-1. [More Information]

2012

  • Lawton, R., McEachan, R., Giles, S., Sirriyeh, R., Watt, I., Wright, J. (2012). Development of an evidence-based framework of factors contributing to patient safety incidents in hospital settings: a systematic review. BMJ Quality and Safety, 21(5), 369-380. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2012). Reviewing studies with diverse designs: the development and evaluation of a new tool. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 18(4), 746-752. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Armitage, G., Gardner, P., Ferguson, S. (2012). Safety subcultures in health-care organizations and managing medical error. Health Services Management Research, 25(1), 16-23. [More Information]
  • Harrison, R. (2012). The Implementation of open disclosure in the UK: The role of professional organisations. 1st International Incident Disclosure Conference.
  • Harrison, R. (2012). The Role of Nurse in Incident disclosure: A narrative review. 1st International Incident Disclosure Conference.

2011

  • Sirriyeh, R. (2011). Review: Home health nurses coping with practice care errors. Journal of Research in Nursing, 18(4), 349-350. [More Information]

2010

  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2010). Coping with medical error: a systematic review of papers to assess the effects of involvement in medical errors on healthcare professionals' psychological well-being. Quality & Safety in Health Care, 19(6), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Armitage, G., Lawton, R., Gardner, P. (2010). Managing medical error: A qualitative study exploring experiences of NHS managers. 3rd North British Patient Safety Research Symposium.
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2010). Medical error in the hospice setting: exploring the perspectives of management staff. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 16(8), 377-386. [More Information]
  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Ward, J. (2010). Physical activity and adolescents: an exploratory randomized controlled trial investigating the influence of affective and instrumental text messages. British Journal of Health Psychology, 15(Pt 4), 825-840. [More Information]

2009

  • Sirriyeh, R., Lawton, R., Gardner, P., Armitage, G. (2009). Coping with Medical Error: The case of the health professional. A systematic review of papers to assess the impact of involvement in medical errors on healthcare professionals' psychological wellbeing. 2rd North British Patient Safety Research Symposium.

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