Debbie Wade

Lecturer Practitioner

Faculty:
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School:
School of Allied Health and Social Care
Location:
Chelmsford
Areas of Expertise:
Paramedic science
Courses taught:

Debbie is a HCPC registered paramedic who currently works clinically with East of England as a frontline paramedic. She's also a member of the team at ARU delivering lectures and skills sessions on our BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science degree.

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Background

Debbie joined Anglia Ruskin University in February 2020 as a Lecturer Practitioner. She currently leads the Level 4 module, Fundamentals of Patient Assessment and Clinical Decision Making, alongside co-ordinating the Students Skills Tutor programme.

As a clinician Debbie works with the East of England Ambulance Service. Debbie holds a Paramedic Practice Educator qualification and provides mentorship to Paramedic undergraduate and diploma students as well as apprentice clinicians.

Debbie has a variety of clinical interests, in particular the role of education in public health. Debbie has completed her PGCert in Education, and is exploring the completion of an MSc.

Research interests

  • Role of education in public health
  • Paediatric pain management in the pre-hospital setting
  • Recognition and management of strokes in the pre-hospital setting
  • The role of mentorship in training health care professionals

Teaching

  • BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science

Qualifications

  • PgCert Learning and Teaching (Higher Education), ARU
  • BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science, Greenwich University
  • Paramedic Practice Educator, University of Hertfordshire
  • BSc (Hons) Exercise Science (Health and Rehabilitation), Bournemouth University

Memberships, editorial boards

  • HCPC: The Health and Care Professions Council