BASICS Insights: Student Special - 5 Top Tips for Starting Out in Pre-Hospital Care

We are excited to hear from Holly Clark, a paramedic and experienced trainer (including as a BASICS instructor), as she shares some of her wisdom for those starting out or aspiring to a career within pre-hospital care. 

This workshop is open to everyone but is pitched at students and those very newly qualified. The workshop will consist of a short talk followed by a time for Q&A so that you can ask Holly any questions you might have about life as a paramedic and working within pre-hosptial care.

What to find out more about Holly?

Holly graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2015 with an FsSc in Paramedic Science, before working as a frontline paramedic at the East of England Ambulance Service. She completed a BSc with the University of Cumbria alongside her full time work. In 2018 she was appointed to the post of Advanced Clinical Practitioner within an Emergency Department, which offered the opportunity to complete an MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice. Holly has completed many training opprtunities including ALS, EPALS and ATLS cpourses. Some of these she now instructs for. She also completed radiology and USS training and the development of additional emergency care skills. Holly has continued to work on a bank basis as an Advanced Paramedic in Urgent Care for the ambulance service. Recently, she completed her DipIMC and completed the BASICS ICC in preparation, and now is a BASICS instructor on the PHEC courses. 

Please note that booking closes at 6.30pm on the evening of the event. 

June 27th, 2024 8:00 PM through  9:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Member £0.00
Non-Member £10.00