Staff Profiles: Jennie Bage

Jennie Bage

Staff Profile: Jennie Bage
Lecturer in Paramedic Science

Jennie Bage

Jennie Bage

Lecturer in Paramedic Science

Allied Health Professions

Jennie worked as a solo Specialist Paramedic, and has retained a firm interest in advanced paramedic, emergency and urgent care with a focus on developing the paramedic role for the future.

Biography

Jennie worked in secondary education prior to joining the Ambulance Service in 2000.

After qualifying as a paramedic, Jennie progressed onto one of the first cohorts of Specialist Paramedic programmes, and has worked as a solo Specialist Paramedic since 2007.

Jennie has retained a firm interest in advanced paramedic, emergency and urgent care with a focus on the developing paramedic role for the future.

Jennie has always had a keen interest in mentoring and developing paramedic practice, with a focus on advanced paramedic skills in the delivery of pre hospital and urgent care setting.

Jennie looks forward to working with students from the University of Gloucestershire, and looks forward to developing future paramedics.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BSc (Hons) Emergency Care University of the West of England 2007
PGCE Education Brighton University 1999
BSc (Hons) Sport Science Brighton University 1998

Membership of professional bodies

HCPC

College of Paramedics

Teaching and research

Teaching

Urgent and acute Pre-hospital care

Level

Undergraduate

Research

Urgent and acute pre-hospital care

Mental health

Education and pre-hospital clinicians