Sebastiana Gianci is a Technical Officer for the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Patient Safety Project Office at Johns Hopkins. She is the Programme Manager for WHO Patient Safety’s Reporting and Learning Programme and for Peru’s BSI Collaborative working with Jhpiego.
Previously, Ms. Gianci was a Public Health Specialist at the World Bank and consulted to UNICEF and UNDP, managing large scale health programs in Sub-Saharan Africa, most extensively in Sudan, Rwanda and Mozambique.
Tiana also served as a Fulbright Fellow in Tunis, Tunisia, speaks Arabic and Italian, and is in the second year of her Doctorate of Public Health (DrPH) Programme.
Pham JC, Gianci S, Battles J, Beard P, Clarke JR, Coates H, Donaldson L, Eldridge N, Fletcher M, Goeschel CA, Heitmiller E, Hensen J, Kelley E, Loeb J, Runciman W, Sheridan S, Wu AW, Pronovost PJ. Establishing a global learning community for incident-reporting systems. Qual Saf Health Care 2010 Oct;19(5):446-51.
Learning from Errors, WHO Patient Safety, 2008.
Curriculum Guide for Medical Schools, WHO Patient Safety, 2009.
HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, and Food Security: What We Can Do? A Synthesis of International Guidance, World Bank, December 2007.