Manuel Sevillano-Barbero

Senior Lecturer-Practitioner in Clinical Skills & Simulation

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

School:School of Medicine

Location: Chelmsford

Manuel is the lead for Clinical Skills. He has extensive experience working in a variety of Accident and Emergency and pre-hospital settings.


Manuel achieved a Masters degree in Accident, Emergency and Critical Care and has specialist certificates for the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) and Flight Nurse. He is an independent prescriber and an Advanced Clinical Practitioner working in Urgent Care.

Manuel's areas of expertise are triage, sepsis and clinical simulation, and he has contributed to scientific publications and spoken at conferences about these topics. 

Spoken Languages

  • Spanish
  • English

Research interests

  • Triage and Major Incidents
  • Sepsis
  • Clinical Simulation
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency Medicine


Manuel is the Clinical Skills Lead for the School of Medicine.


  • Nursing degree. EUEF San Juan de Dios (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas), Madrid (Spain)
  • MSc Accident, Emergency and Critical Care, Universidad Europea de Madrid (Spain)
  • Expert course in Emergency and Critical Transport. Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid (Spain)
  • Specialist in HEMS, FWAA and HICAMS. Universidad de Alicante, Alicante (Spain)
  • Non-Medical Independent Prescriber V-300. University of Suffolk
  • PgCert Learning and Teaching, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Acute Care, Anglia Ruskin University
  • ALS, Paediatric ATLS
  • Over 1000 hours of CPD in Accident, Emergency and pre-hospital

Selected recent publications

Sevillano-Barbero, Manuel, and Claire Ruddy. "The use of Penthrox (methoxyflurane) in trauma patients." Journal of Prescribing Practice 1.9 (2019): 454-457.”

Sevillano-Barbero, M., 2018. Sepsis in adults: Recognition and treatment in clinical guidelines. Practice Nursing, 29(11), pp.544-548.

Sevillano-Barbero, M., Saavedra del Castillo, LA., 2012, Motivo de consulta: Vomitos, In: 2012 Rutas de cuidados al Paciente Adulto en Urgencias y Hospitalizacion medica. Madrid FUDEN, pp: 157-161. “Discriminator: Vomiting, in: Care pathways on Adult patients in accident and emergency and Medical inpatients.”

Recent presentations and conferences

2016: Top 10 Topics on the Barriers for the implementation of a Sepsis-based protocol at Broomfield Hospital. A qualitative Study. (RCP Activity Code: 105661)