Mohammed Ibrahim-Shire BSc, MSc
Mohammed Ibrahim holds an honours degree in Computer Science with Management (2008) from University Leicester and an MSc in Internet Computing and Network (2013) from Loughborough University. He started his PhD study at Loughborough Design School in October 2014, after winning a fully funded studentship at the University’s Safety and Resilience Mini-Centre for Doctoral Training (Mini-CDT).
He is currently looking at exploring the feasibility and utility of using system dynamics approach to systems safety improvement of healthcare delivery. He is currently a member of our Human Factors in Complex Systems research group within the School and a member of Simulation Practice at the School of Business and Economics.
Exploring the feasibility and utility of system dynamics approach to systems safety improvement of healthcare delivery
Key areas of expertise: system dynamics; simulation; modelling; system thinking, healthcare systems; systems safety; group model building;