Shireen Harbin

Project Coordinator
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Shireen Harbin is a research associate at the Institute for Work & Health and is currently the administrative assistant on a project that aims to implement and evaluate the first Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) model to establish a community of practice among clinicians and stakeholders who support public safety personnel in reintegration and return to work, and another project which aims to evaluate the use of the ECHO model to increase the capacity of primary health-care providers across the province to better manage patients with complex work-related injuries and diseases or environmental exposures. 

Harbin was previously the managing editor of Cochrane Back and Neck (CBN), which was housed at the Institute from 1996 to 2020. She has experience developing searches for systematic reviews and is a new author on three Cochrane reviews.

Harbin is a registered nurse with a BSc in nursing from the University of Toronto. She has clinical experience in cardiovascular surgery and occupational health, and her research interests include systematic review methodology and knowledge translation in clinical practice and public health.