BSc (Hons), MCPara
Paramedic, London Ambulance Service | Medical Escort Officer, Taylormade Security
'Saving lives with research: How to use the evidence'
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.
Humanitarian work in East Africa and Bank Paramedic positions with two NHS Ambulance Trusts have allowed opportunities for varied experiences of the wider value of the Paramedic role. Jonathan is currently studying part-time for his Paramedic Science Masters and Diploma in Intermediate Medical Care with a view to international opportunities as a Critical Care Paramedic.
He will be joined by fellow Graduate Danielle Gray 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.