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I am an experienced HCPC registered paramedic who holds an MSc in Health Science (Pre-hospital Critical Care). I have been a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science at Coventry University since 2014 and prior to this I worked as an operational paramedic for West Midlands Ambulance Service Foundation Trust for 20 years specialising in Helicopter Emergency Medicine and Critical Trauma Care. I am a doctoral student reseraching non-technical skills in the out-of-hospital cardiac arrest at Coventry Universtiy. I am an Associate Clinical Teacher for the University of Warwick, where I teach on the Post Graduate Certificate in Pre-hospital Critical Care. I am also an external examiner for the University of Plymouth for the MSc Pre-hospital critical care and transfer degree. Finally I am a registrant partner for the Health and Care Professions Council. I have held this post for six years and engage on a variety of hearings on a regular basis.

Research Interests

HEMS Crew/Team Resource Management ; Pre-hospital trauma and critical care ; Communication in the pre-hospital environment

External positions

Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service Registrant Panel Member, Health and Care Professions Council

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Research Output

Non-technical skills in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest management: A scoping review

Cormack, S., Scott, S. & Stedmon, A., 17 May 2020, In : Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 17, 8 p.

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  • Pitstops for Paramedics

    Cormack, S., Scott, S. & Stedmon, A., Mar 2020, In : The Ergonomist. 576, p. 28-30 3 p.

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