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Yetti Patrick

Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science

Yetti worked with West Midlands Ambulance Service until she became a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science.


Yetti registered as a Paramedic in 2009 and then practised as a Clinical Team Mentor before she went in to education to become a senior lecturer in Paramedic Science. She continued to work closely with paramedic Practice Educators to enhance the student experience.

Yetti’s areas of interests are pathophysiology, legal and ethical dilemmas in paramedic practice and social inequalities. She is keen in promoting the paramedic profession, making it inclusive and accessible for all.


  • PGCERT in Teaching and Higher Education, University of Worcester, 2017
  • FDSC Prehospital Unscheduled and Emergency Care, University of Worcester, 2009
  • BA(HONS) Business French with Women’s Studies, University of Central Lancashire, 1996

Membership of professional bodies

  • College of Paramedics – McPara
  • Health and Care Professions Council – Paramedic
  • Higher Education Academy – Fellow

Teaching & Research


  • Social inequalities
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies


More publications from Yetti Patrick can be found in the Research Repository.