BSc (Hons), MCPara
Paramedic, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust | Clinical Advisor, Hertfordshire 111
'Saving lives with research: How to use the evidence'
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 recently as a Clinical Advisor for 111 in Hertfordshire since September 2014. Danielle is currently undertaking her Masters part-time at both University of Hertfordshire and University of Sheffield, studying modules such as ‘Sedation in Emergency Medicine’ and ‘Advanced Trauma Care’. She also sits on the UK Student Paramedic Committee for the second year and has contributed with the organisation of the conferences.
She will be joined by fellow Hertfordshire Paramedic Graduate Jonathan Street, to critically analyse the CRASH-2 trial that investigated the effect of Tranexamic acid on haemorrhage control. For both of the speakers, this will be their first time presenting at a National Conference, and has been inspired by research into UK Paramedic haemorrhage control as part of their Postgraduate study and their attendance at other conferences.