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Nisha Dogra University of Leicester, UK, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, UK
Nisha Dogra is a professor of Psychiatry Education and Honorary Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Greenwood Institute of Child Health, University of Leicester. She currently works with as a generic child and adolescent psychiatrist within a multidisciplinary team. Nisha has been involved in the development and delivery of innovative programmes to teach diversity and psychiatry in undergraduate and postgraduate education. She has also worked to support the professional development of medical educators. Her research areas include child mental health, mental health promotion, and medical education research. She has published widely including peer-reviewed publications; edited and written books; as well as writing many chapters for books edited by colleagues related to psychiatry and education. From September 2005 to September 2006, Nisha was a Harkness Fellow, funded by the Commonwealth Institute; and in 2011, she was runner-up for the Times Higher Education Award for Innovative Teacher of the Year.