Thanks for visiting! I am an internationally experienced paramedic researcher and educator, with a proven track record in clinical, education, consultancy, project management, and research activities across nine countries on four continents. I hold a PhD focused on health professions education and paramedicine.

I have experience educating paramedics of all clinical levels, in service and higher education settings, as well as the design and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate courses and degree programs. My program of research is focused on health professions education, the evolving role of the paramedic, care of under-served and vulnerable populations, and social and structural determinants of health. I have some availability to supervise Masters and PhD students whose areas of interest overlap or intersect with mine.

I’m Paramedicine Program Lead at Queen’s University, a Senior Lecturer at Monash University and Charles Sturt University, and a Scientist with the McNally Project for Paramedicine Research. I lead the development of the National Occupational Standard for Paramedics (NOSP) on behalf of the Paramedic Association of Canada.

Upcoming Events

I am available for in-person and online speaking engagements.

  • Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference, Melbourne, September 13
  • Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs Conference, Collingwood, September 26-28
  • PHECC Research Conference, Maynooth, November 15
  • EMS Asia, Tokyo, November 30 & December 1