Accolade for occupational health academic

Occupational health educator and academic Anne Harriss (pictured) has been made a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Harriss, a reader in educational development and course director for occupational health nursing and workplace health management at London South Bank University (LSBU), is believed to be the only LSBU academic to have won the accolade in the current round of awards.

Harriss is also a member of Occupational Health magazine’s editorial advisory committee.

Being a senior fellow is the second-highest grade awarded by the academy, with only principal fellow being higher, and is recognition that the recipient is teaching students and supporting the development of other lecturers to the highest level.

Harriss said that she was, naturally, pleased and honoured: “It was a lot of work to put my application together, so I am delighted that I was successful.”

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