Staff profiles

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  • Gema Mee

    Lecturer in Paramedic Science

    Before joining West Midlands Ambulance Service in 2016 as a student paramedic, Gema worked as a journalist across several daily and weekly local newspapers with an original focus on music journalism, which led her to complete her Post Graduate Diploma in Music Industry Management at the University of West London. During her...

  • Katie O'Connor

    Lecturer in Operating Department Practice / Admissions Tutor

    Katie's career as an ODP began at Birmingham City University 15 years ago when she undertook the Diploma in Higher Education in Operating Department Practice, she has been qualified for almost 13 years. Since qualification Katie has worked full time in the clinical environment working pre-dominantly in anaesthetics and...

  • Mark Owen

    Senior Lecturer in Operating Department Practice / South West ODP Placement lead

    Mark is an Operating Department Practitioner registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. Clinical experience includes anaesthetic, surgical and post-anaesthetic care. He successfully completed the Surgical First Assistant training to enhance his role in surgical care. In Mark's academic role he is a Fellow of...

  • Julie Quick

    ODP Apprenticeship Course Leader / Senior Lecturer Clinical Lead & Enterprise/Research

    Julie has spent 25 years working within the perioperative environment. In her last NHS post she worked as a Surgical Care Practitioner in general surgery at Trust within the West Midlands. Julie is passionate about perioperative care and has a particular interest in surgery, research and advancing surgical roles.  

  • Louise Scott

    Lecturer in Operating Department Practice

    Before Louise moved into education, her previous job roles have been fitness instructor, Royal Navy and HGV driver. Being a keen motorcyclist, she has also attended college to learn motorcycle engineering. This varied background has exposed her to a lot of life experiences which gives her a well rounded and balanced approach to...

  • Mark Sibbald

    Assistant Lecturer in Paramedic Science

    Mark has been a qualified paramedic since 2012. He started his training in 2010 when he enrolled on a student paramedic program with Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS). This was a 2-year course which involved an intense 4 month academic induction followed by placements and coursework for the remainder of the year.  After...

  • Mr Keith Andrew Vallance

    Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science

    Keith started working for Staffordshire Ambulance Service in 1999, as a Care Assistant within the non-emergency patient transport services at Goodhope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield. He then trained and qualified as an Ambulance Technician in 2000 responding to emergency 999 calls working at Lichfield ambulance station in...

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