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Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Paul joined the London Ambulance Service in 1984 and worked as an 'I&I' QAM (locally trained paramedic). In 1990, with the introduction of the first national paramedic scheme, he qualified as a paramedic and moved into a clinical training role at the NHS London Regional Training Centre. He held several part-time university posts before joining Kingston & St George's as a full-time lecturer in 2004.
Paul currently teaches on a number of modules in, and is placements lead for, the FdSc Paramedic Science. He is also module leader for Paramedic Portfolio 1.
Paul works part-time in practice as a specialist paramedic clinical advisor for the KMSS NHS111 service. He is a member of the South East Ambulance Practice Education Group.
The relationship between knowledge (structure and type) and diagnostic competence.
Hear and Treat