After graduating from the University of Plymouth in BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practitioner (Community Emergency Health) in 2014, Hayley joined South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) as a Paramedic. Hayley completed her Specialist Paramedic in Urgent Care training with SECAmb and St George's University London in 2018. Following this she worked as a Rotational Paramedic Practitioner completing home visits for GP surgeries, working in the Emergency Operations Centre speaking to 999 / 111 callers and supporting clinicians and also as a Specialist Paramedic targeting ambulance service calls of an urgent nature focusing on community treatment.
Since qualifying as a paramedic Hayley has been involved in supporting undergraduate students in placement and gained her practice placement educator qualification in 2016 after completing her mentorship course. She then moved into education as a full-time teaching fellow on the undergraduate Paramedic Science programme at the University of Surrey in March 2019.
Hayley is currently working towards an MSc in Advanced Practice at St George's, University of London and a PGCert in Education for Healthcare professionals.
Areas of specialism
University roles and responsibilities
- Teaching Fellow (Paramedic Science)
- Electives Tutor
Hayley's research interests include urgent and emergency care and the education of healthcare professionals.
Hayley's teaching role focuses primarily on the undergraduate Paramedic Science programme, but she also works alongside colleagues teaching on other healthcare professional courses to support the wider school.