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Keith Bromwich


Before joining Buckinghamshire New University in August 2021, I have been working as a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science at De Montfort and Gloucestershire University’s within Paramedic Science. Prior to this I had worked as a General Nurse in Warwick and then as a Paediatric Nurse in Coventry before joining the ambulance service in the West Midlands working as an Emergency Care Practitioner. Having now completed some 30 years of NHS service I have continued to work in the Events Medical sector of practice having opportunity to work within motor sports, the equine sector and at different festivals across the UK .

I studied for my BSC(Hons) in Child Health at Manchester University. In addition I have completed two PgCert’s, One in Teaching and Higher Education at Brookes University, Oxford and the Second in Applied Health Studies (Emergency Care) at Warwick University. I also hold a Diploma in Autonomous Practice from Coventry University as well as a Foundation Degree in Pre-hospital urgent and emergency care from Worcester University. I continue to be active out in practice holding both Adult Nursing, Paediatric Nursing and Paramedic qualifications. I am also a member of Health Care and Professions Council, Nursing and Midwifery Council as well as a teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

My specialist areas of interest/research are centred around Events Medical Care, Paediatric Emergency Care and Skills and Simulation providing a unique insight into professional practice for Paramedicine.

My specialist knowledge has led me to work with the Charity Baby Lifeline, a charity set up to promote, support and train multi-professionals in safer home and community births. Within this charity I hold the role of Paramedic advisor and I am also a core faculty member for the Childbirth Emergency in the Community course

I also had opportunity in 2016 to support and be part of Global Health Alliance Charity International as a Faculty member for India's First MERIT (Managing Emergencies by Rapid Intervention & Treatment) at Paras Hospital, Patna (India), at Narayana Health City, Ban- galore (India) and India's First ALERT (Acute Life Threatening Emergencies and Treatment) at Cygnus Hospital, New Delhi with Dr Rajay Narain, Director, Global Health Alliance, UK & cardiologist at St Georges Hospital, London

My greatest accolades to date was being a key part of Oxford Brookes academic team who in 2015 who participated in Turkish Paramedic Rally and International Congress in Turkey. Part of the congress was to participate in a competition along side International delegates where the Brookes team came first place overall in the resuscitation competition

My second greatest accolade was being able to represent Baby Lifeline at the Houses of Parliament to promote safer births in the community to MP’s.

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  • Senior Lecturer
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