I’m Irish…and as you may know, we love to talk! Although, I’ve never actually kissed the Blarney Stone. I enjoy speaking to groups of healthcare professionals, students and members of the public about various aspects of education, practice, and research. I have previously spoken to groups of varying sizes, at venues all around the world, on a wide range of topics including:

  • Competency development
  • Higher education in paramedicine
  • The future of paramedic practice
  • Complex clinical practice
  • Reflective practice
  • Developing leadership
  • Paramedic wellbeing
  • Practice-informed education
  • Patient advocacy
  • Research capacity
  • Career planning
  • Simulation and debriefing
  • Patient safety
  • International EMS systems

I have published, presented and taught in relation to several areas such as complexities of practice, patient advocacy, provider well-being and safety, paramedic education, clinical ethics and ethical issues in practice, research capacity, open-access publication and more that I would be delighted to share my thoughts on. Some of my personal interests include camping, hiking, travelling, photography, genealogy and weather – just in case you have something slightly different in mind!

Please feel free to contact me if you’re interested in engaging my services as a speaker at your event, or providing a guest lecture to your students, faculty or employees. You can check out my SpeakerHub profile below.