Mr Adam Smith

About

I am the module leader for the Applied Science for Paramedics module on the second year of the BSc Paramedic Science programme at St George's, University of London and am involved in the delivery of various other modules on the programme. Alongside my academic role, I work as a Paramedic Research Fellow in an NHS ambulance trust and also regularly undertake clinical shifts.

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Education

Qualifications

  • Master of Science (Trauma Science) - Queen Mary, University of London
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education - Kingston University, London
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (Biomedical Materials Science), with Honours - University of Birmingham
  • Foundation Degree in Paramedic Science - St George's, University of London

Research

Publications

Number of items: 1.

Conference or Workshop Item

Smith, Adam and Henning, Jeremy (2018) Identifying barriers to the administration of pre-hospital analgesia to adult trauma patients by UK paramedics : a qualitative interview study. In: College of Paramedics National Research Conference 2018; 05 Dec 2018, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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