Anne Harriss


About Anne Harriss

Anne Harriss is a reader in educational development and a course director at London South Bank University

CPD: Name of the game – is it time for occupational health to change its name?

5 Jun 2020

If occupational health practitioners are to shape the future, they need to understand both the profession’s past and its continuing...

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CPD: Advanced practice – a place at the table for OH nurses?

6 Dec 2019

The role of an expert occupational health nurse is complex and demanding, meaning OHNs are potentially prime candidates to achieve...

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CPD: Working well – articulating the case for OH’s role within “good” work

1 Nov 2019

The links between “good” work and health and wellbeing and increasing well-recognised, as well as evidenced. As Professor Anne Harriss...

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CPD: Return to work after myocardial infarction case study

29 Aug 2017

Return to work after myocardial infarction involves occupational health assessment of fitness to work, the nature of the role and...

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What NMC revalidation means for occupational health nurses

1 Dec 2014

Anne Harriss looks back at the history of the nursing profession, and examines some of the implications associated with professional...

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