Keith is an NMC registered adult nurse, paediatric nurse, and a HCPC registered paramedic. As such, he has extensive NHS experience in both the hospital and pre-hospital environment.
In his current position, Keith is a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science at University of Gloucestershire teaching undergraduate paramedic students undertaking degree courses. He leads, develops and teaches modules across this pathway, including modules which teach the management of births and obstetric emergencies within the pre-hospital setting.
Keith’s interest in the field of paramedic education extends to simulation practice, reducing student stresses and enhancing the student experience in the OSCE situation. Keith also has experience of organising practice placements for paramedics and the redesign of a practice assessment document to incorporate a stronger emphasis upon reflective practice into the assessment strategy.
Keith has been awarded Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has recently been appointed as external examiner for Lincoln University Paramedic Science program.
Since 2014, Keith has been actively involved in the development and delivery of our highly popular Childbirth Emergencies in the Community course. Keith was the first paramedic to facilitate on Childbirth Emergencies in the Community and has been instrumental in developing and teaching its content from this multi-professional perspective.
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|May 5, 2021||University of Gloucester