Doctoral Research Fellow
University of Oxford
Georgette Eaton is rapidly becoming an internationally recongised expert regarding community paramedicine, and the role of paramedics in primary and urgent care. She is the first paramedic to hold a Doctoral Research Fellowship from the NIHR in the United Kingdom. Based at the University of Oxford, her research seeks to explore the impact of paramedics in primary care, using realist approaches to improve understanding, support intelligent policy and make recommendations for future workforce planning. As well as research, Georgette is the Trustee for Research for the College of Paramedics as well as the National Education Advisor for England (Alternate) on the Education Advisory Group (setting the nationwide strategic direction of paramedic education) and as a clinical member of the Primary and Urgent Care Special Interest group.
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Thursday, October 13, 2022
4:15 PM – 5:15 PM EDT