Adam Taylor

Lecturer Practitioner
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School of Allied Health and Social Care
Areas of Expertise:
Pre-hospital care , Paramedic science

Adam is a HCPC registered Paramedic and since 2014 has worked within primary/urgent care. He joined the team at ARU in November 2022. Prior to 2014 Adam worked with South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS).

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Adam joined SCAS in 2011 after completion of his foundation degree. During his time with the Trust he undertook further education and was awarded a Bachelor’s degree 2014.  As well as working on emergency ambulances during this time Adam also acted as a clinical supervisor to clinical staff and students.

After leaving SCAS in 2014 Adam has exclusively worked within the primary and urgent care sector, namely, minor injury units, GP out of hours service and in-hour GP practices. Adam has continued to develop his clinical skills and has completed further study in minor illness/injury management and advanced clinical assessment, as well qualifying as a non-medical prescriber.

Adam now shares his time between teaching at ARU and working clinically in a GP practice.

Research interests
  • Paramedics in Primary Care
  • Non-Medical Prescribing
  • Steroid Joint Injections
  • Palliative Care
  • Adam is involved with all aspects of teaching across the Paramedic Science course
  • FdSc Paramedic Emergency Care, Oxford Brookes University
  • BSc Pre-Hospital and Emergency Care, Oxford Brookes University
  • PgCert Professional Practice, University of West London
  • Independent & Supplementary Prescribing, Oxford Brookes University
Memberships, editorial boards
  • Member of the College of Paramedics