Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery
Richard is a Lecturer Practitioner with an interest in Progressive Advanced Practice in Emergency Medicine.
Richard is a Senior Advanced Clinical Practitioner working in a local DGH within a large NHS Foundation Trust. He has a background in Cardiothoracic Critical Care and Emergency Medicine, employed previously as an Emergency Nurse practitioner and now as a Senior Advanced Clinical Practitioner. He has a keen interest in adult and paediatric resuscitation, trauma and minor injury management.
He is a non-medical prescriber and is an Advanced Life Support provider, Advanced Paediatric Life Support Provider, and an Advanced Trauma Life Support Provider. Richard is Credentialed with the Royal College of Nursing as an Advanced Level Nurse Practitioner and Health Education England as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner.
Richard’s Masters Dissertation was centred around the writing of a systematic literature review of the use of Methoxyflurane as an inhalational analgesic in adult and paediatric minor injury and trauma management, in hospital and pre-hospital emergency medicine comparing its efficacy with other conventional therapies available. This inhalational analgesic was introduced to local Emergency Departments.