Dr Lee Randall

Post-doctoral Research Consultant
Dr Lee Randall

Dr Lee Randall is a bioethicist, occupational therapist and consultant with a long relationship with Wits University (her alma mater).  Her mixed-methods doctoral research explored moral responsibilities for road safety in the minibus taxi industry, from the perspective of taxi drivers. 

Prior academic activities included a Master’s degree at Tufts University in Boston (USA), where she conducted qualitative research into occupational therapy clients’ powerlessness and empowerment under apartheid. She has completed short courses in medicine and law, health economics and vocational rehabilitation and has served as a lecturer, examiner and journal reviewer. Apart from her ongoing clinical and medicolegal work in her private practice she has offered corporate consulting, training and materials development on diversity management and disability in the workplace and has spoken at many medicolegal and occupational therapy CPD events.

She is the founder of the Road Ethics Project nonprofit company, aimed at fostering ethical literacy amongst road users and promoting Vision Zero and the Safe System road safety model.

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