Danielle Clark

  • Associate Lecturer, Institute of Health, Centre of Excellence in Paramedic Practice
  • Health and Wellbeing
 Danielle Clark

Biography

Danielle is an Associate Lecturer for the Centre of Excellence in Paramedic Practice.

Danielle has experience teaching prehospital care skills to students from a wide range of professional backgrounds. She had been active in leading the delivery of vocational ambulance education across academic levels 3-6.

Her Clinical Background is as an Advanced Paramedic within Primary and Urgent care with experience in a variety of different hospital and community settings.

She works part time as a Clinical Practitioner in General Practice in County Durham whilst working to complete an MSc in Practice Development.

Qualifications and memberships

UA Non-Medical Prescribing for Allied Health Professionals

Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

BSc(Hons) Paramedic Science

Health and Care Professions Council - Paramedic Independent / Supplementary Prescriber

College of Paramedics

British Geriatric Society

Academic and research interests

Developing the Paramedic Role outside of the Ambulance Setting 

Primary and Urgent Care

Geriatrics and Frailty 

Self Care and Social Prescribing

Recent external roles

Clinical Practitioner - Skerne Medical Group 

Emergency Care Practitioner – Elm Alliance CHESS project

Teaching, Assessing and Quality Assurance - Freelance