Staff Profiles: Gemma Howlett

Gemma Howlett

Staff Profile: Gemma Howlett
Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science

Gemma Howlett

Gemma Howlett

Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science

Allied Health Professions

I am a Senior Lecturer in the Paramedic Science Team. I joined the University from academic posts in UWE and University of Worcester.

Biography

I am a senior lecturer in Paramedic Sciences and have been in the ambulance service for 10 years. I am a registered Paramedic. I am passionate about the provision of excellent values based education for all Paramedic's and Allied Health Professionals and believe that education is a catalyst for positive change within the healthcare sector.

I have an interest and passion in making the paramedic and Higher Education profession more inclusive and more representative. I am particularly interested in addressing the gender balance in senior management roles in both the service and the University sector. I am involved in several projects within the University aiming to increase diversity and representation and am a very proud member of the National College of Paramedics diversity steering group. I am interested in finding out about the barriers that exist within both professions that have prevented inclusion and representation.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BSc (hons) Sport and Exercise Sciences University of Gloucestershire 2003
FdSc Pre Hospital, Unscheduled and Emergency Care University of Worcester 2011
MSc Advancing Practice University of Worcester 2018
PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education University of Worcester 2016

Membership of professional bodies

MCPara (Member of the College of Paramedics)

HCPC Registered Paramedic

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Teaching and research

Teaching

Undergraduate Paramedic Education

Postgraduate Advance Clinical practice education

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

Culture and culture change, Paramedic Education, Education and inclusion, Gender representation, Feminism and intersectionality

External responsibilities

College of Paramedics National Diversity Steering group

Subjects for media interviews

Paramedic practice, paramedic education, inclusion and diversity

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Professional positions

Health and Care Professions Council Partner Visitor, Education Department

External examining

External Examiner for the Paramedic Undergraduate Programme and St Georges London

External Examiner for the MSc Advanced Practice/ Advanced Clinical Practice / Education for Health Professionals, Cardiff University