Tiina Freimann is associate professor at the Tartu Health Care College (part-time 0.2) and senior specialist for patient safety strategy and communication at the Institute of Clinical Medicine at the University of Tartu (part-time 0.2). She has 36 years of experience in nursing management, and over 15 years of scientific experience from nursing science and health research and epidemiology. Currently, her research has been focused on the work-related health risks and their impact on the health of the health service providers. She is teaching the nursing management and patient safety to the master students in nursing and participating in the international projects: the Horizon2020 project PATSAFE and a project "Hybrid curriculum in patient safety: integration of academic master's education and continuous professional education in Estonia and in Norway" financed by EEA/Norway Grant. Since 2019, she has been involved in institutional accreditation organized by the Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education.
My educational background is nurse and nursing educator. I have a clinical background in surgical and intensive care nursing. For several years I have worked as a nursing manager at the South Estonia Hospital and also in the private sector, where I was responsible for personnel development and personnel leadership. In 2012 I got my master's degree in Nursing Science and my Master’s Thesis was about the needs of the patients’ relatives and meeting their needs in adult intensive care. Since 2012 I have been working at the University of Tartu, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Family Medicine and Public Health, Department of Nursing Science. My position now is a Program Director of the Nursing Science Master Curriculum and a Junior Lecturer. My key work is curriculum administration and development, teaching future nursing managers and educators, and supervising master-level research. I am a Ph.D. candidate and my research focuses on patient safety incidents reporting and learning systems, their utilization, and outcomes.
Anna Helena Ursula Allvee
Anna Helena Ursula Allvee is an organizational psychologist at Tartu University Hospital. She has completed her master's degree in the field of psychology of the University of Tartu, and her current field of research focuses on the study of workplace bullying. At her everyday job she is working to improve the mental health of employees both at the individual and at the organizational level.