Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care
School:School of Medicine
Areas of Expertise: Health and social care
Stephen is the course lead for the Systems in Practice element of our MBChB Medicine degree and has been developing the curriculum for the first three years.
Stephen qualified from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School then trained in surgery and emergency medicine before joining the Army as a consultant, deployed on various operations.
On leaving the Army, Stephen completed an MSc in Clinical Leadership with the NHS Leadership Academy. Since joining Anglia Ruskin University in September 2015, he has taught a range of subjects on a number of courses, including leadership on our MSc Healthcare Management and MBA in Hospital Management; Clinical Skills for Surgical Care Practitioners; Anatomy and Physiology for paramedics; and a number of topics for physician associates.
As well as teaching at ARU, Stephen is a consultant in emergency medicine at Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford. He has introduced physician associates into the hospital, helped with the training of emergency nurse practitioners and their development, and is active in teaching physician associate and medical students.
Stephen has given local TV and radio interviews on topics related to emergency medicine, including trampoline safety, and care of elderly neighbours during icy weather. He's also had his own accident prevention show, Don’t be a Casualty, on 107 Garrison Radio.
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