Dr Stacey Harris: Clinical Fellow for Sustainability

Stacey is a paediatric doctor, with an enthusiasm for quality improvement (QI) work.  She has chaired Health Board QI forums as well as being involved with strategic QI work with the school of paediatrics.

Well-being is a passion of hers, she has led many departmental well-being initiatives as well as speaking about well-being at a Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health conference and BMJ conferences.

Stacey also has an enthusiasm for medical education, she co-founded the paediatric medical education podcast ‘DragonBytes’ (www.dragonbytespodcast.com), and is undertaking a PG Cert in Medical Education.

She is chair of the Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) Trainee Think Tank and enjoys walking in green spaces, yoga, and tennis as well as choral singing.

Stacey has a passion for advocating for the health and well-being of humans now and for future generations.  Stacey was delighted to be able to take up the post Welsh Clinical Leadership Fellowship for Sustainable Healthcare to focus her enthusiasm for planetary health, advocate for transformation to a more sustainable NHS and to reduce the impact of healthcare on the global climate and health crisis. 

She sits on the Welsh Government strategic programme board for decarbonising NHS Wales, and is an active member of the Green Health Wales network.

Stacey is involved with various sustainable healthcare projects including carbon hot spots, green space and health as well as undergraduate and postgraduate medical education around sustainable healthcare and sustainable quality improvement.