2014 Speakers

David Halliwell

Director MDT, Gobal Solutions and Paramedic


Dave is an international speaker, and travels throughout the Middle East and Europe to develop paramedic education  infrastructures and work with clients to ensure high quality patient care. Dave works leads MDT Global solutions with his business partner Rob Clark, their focus is providing high quality solutions for Medical education... Click to read more

Julie-Ann Hayes

Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing and Allied Health

Liverpool John Moores University


Julie is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Health and programme leads the BA and BSc Adult Nursing programme in addition to being a part time PhD student. She is also a registered nurse with experience ranging from general medicine and surgery to Intensive Care and High Dependency Nursing and a keen interest in Paramedic practice... Click to read more

Vince Clarke

Principal Paramedic Tutor | London Ambulance Service NHS Trust


Vince joined the London Ambulance Service in 1996 following a number of years working in the leisure industry. A paramedic since 1998, he entered the Education and Development Department in 2001. He has worked as part of the Higher Education team based at the University of Hertfordshire since 2002, delivering and developing Paramedic BSc and Foundation degree programmes... Click to read more

Mark Turner

Emergency Department Practitioner (Paramedic)


Mark is from County Donegal, ROI and speaks both Gaeilge (Irish) and Spanish. He started life as an economist and specialised in Latin American finance during which time he lived in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. In 2001 Mark became a Paramedic in the US qualifying with the University of Iowa, and subsequently worked offshore and in remote area for two major shipping companies. He later moved to the UK... Click to read more

Francesca Cleugh

Locum Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust


Francesca is a paediatric emergency medicine consultant at St Mary’s Hospital, London. After graduating from The University of Edinburgh Medical School, Francesca moved to London to pursue training in paediatrics. She has worked in numerous trusts around London and drawn to the pace, variety, challenge and reward of working within the emergency department, completed paediatric emergency medicine subspecialty training... Click to read more

Dawn Pritchard

Mental Health Service User and Visiting Lecturer


Dawn has been a Mental service User for over 15 years, she is diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. For the past 8 years she has also been involved with services as a Service User Trainer and visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, facilitating training & teaching sessions to a variety of professional groups... 


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Andy Thomas

Flight Sergeant & Academic Research Fellow (Paramedic)

James Cook University Hospital


Andy Thomas is a Royal Air Force (RAF) Paramedic currently working as academic research fellow for defence at James Cook University hospital. He joined the RAF in Oct 1998 and has been serving for 16 years.  He has been posted to RAF Lyneham, Sealand, Valley and Overseas to RAF Akrotiri.  In addition to spending time... Click to read more

Danielle Gray

Graduate Paramedic


Danielle graduated from University of Hertfordshire in 2013 with a 1st Class Honours in Paramedic Science. During her time at University she took part in peer education, and assisted with the creation of a clinical skills video to assist students with OSCE preparation. She has been working as a Bank Paramedic since July 2013 for the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust, and more... Click to read more

Jonathan Street

Graduate Paramedic


Previously a Health Care Assistant, Jonathan graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a degree in Paramedic Science in 2013. Whilst studying Jonathan has been an enthusiastic member of the University of Hertfordshire Student Paramedic Society and has sat on the committee of the UK Student Paramedic Conference since its inception... Click to read more

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