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Title: Mr.
First Name: James
Surname: Brogan
Position: Academic Team Lead – Paramedic Practice
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James has significant experience in paramedic practice and the education of medical and non-medical prehospital practitioners. James has previously worked at two universities providing paramedic education in England and has worked across the UK and Ireland in enhancing and consulting on paramedic education. James also is an Expert Witness, providing medico-legal opinion in prehospital practice.

James has experience teaching in both pre and post registration prehospital education across medical and non-medical programmes.

Duties and Responsibilities

James is the Academic Team Lead for Paramedic Practice within the School leading on the development, delivery and management of paramedic education.

Academic Background

BSc, PgCHPE

Research Interests

  • Use of webinars in undergraduate paramedic education
  • Legal aspects of paramedic practice

Professional Memberships

  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of the Academy of Medical Educators
  • Member of the College of Paramedics

External / Professional Roles

  • Justice of the Peace
  • External Examiner BSc Paramedic Science, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • External Examiner – BSc Paramedic Studies, University of Limerick
  • Expert Witness
  • Contributor, PARAPLUS CPD, Class Professional Publishing

Publications

TAYLOR, H. and BROGAN, J., 2020. End-of-life care part 1: implications for paramedic practice. Journal of Paramedic Practice. (In press).

TAYLOR, H. and BROGAN, J., 2020. Exploring the concept of ‘informed consent’ within the context of paramedic practice. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 12(7).  https://doi.org/10.12968/jpar.2020.12.7.CPD1

BROGAN, J. and ENDERSON, B., 2019. Golden principles, preferences and critical thinking. In: PHTLS. 9th ed. UK. Jones and Bartlett, pp. 21-44. ISBN 9781284239225

Teaching Interests

Law, professionalism, ethics, fitness to practice, malpractice, interprofessional learning, high quality immersive clinical simulation, technology enhanced learning, simulation, prehospital critical care, trauma management, major incident command