School:School of Allied Health
Areas of Expertise: Paramedic science
Joshua is an AHPRA ( Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) and HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) registered Paramedic who lectures for ARU on the BSc Paramedic Science Programme. He works clinically in private practice and primary care.
Joshua’s career in education began in 2013 having graduated from Anglia Ruskin University with a PGCE in Primary Education. He started his EMS journey in 2014 joining the East of England Ambulace Service as a Student Paramedic, gaining experience working as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) while studying.
After graduating Josh practiced in the NHS before establishing a route to practice abroad. He joined St John Ambulance Australia and worked in Sydney, New South Wales as a community paramedic for several years. Joshua has been a youth and cadet leader at home and overseas.
Joshua founded an educational network (EdChat) while studying at ARU, bringing a decade of education experience into an international publisher of educational resources and multimedia. Since joining the FHEMS team he launched the BAME Paramedic Forum. He is currently developing innovative teaching and learning technologies for paramedicine and reading for an Executive MBA in Strategic Leadership.
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Ferdinand, J. (2022) ‘The Community Paramedic: Continuing to Reshape Healthcare,’ Response, 1 November, pp. 22–23.