Programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science
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After gaining his initial foundation degree (distinction) in Paramedic Studies at Liverpool John Moore’s University in 2011, James began practicing as a registered Paramedic with the North West Ambulance. Since then he has practiced extensively in both rural and urban environments in one of the busiest trusts in the UK. In addition to his clinical duties he has adopted the role of a mentor and became an advocate for continuing higher education.
Whilst working full time as a Paramedic James continued with his own higher education to achieve a first class BSc (Hons) in 2013 and received award for consistent excellent academic achieved. At this time his passion for higher education and his special interests in anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, clinical examination and research grew.
James is now currently undertaking an MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice and decided to change the direction of his career by moving into higher education as a full time lecturer in order to continue his scholarly activity and pursue his research interests.
Since starting as a lecturer James has taken on the role of placement and simulated learning lead and is working on a number of publications, a PhD proposal and qualifications in teaching.