- PAR311 Clinical Leadership and Mentorship
- PAR222 Legal and Ethical Practice in EMS (Emergency Medical Services)
- mentorship in the paramedic profession
- the use of technology to enhance pain assessment in paramedic practice
Matthew Lane is a United Kingdom (UK) registered Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) paramedic with 9 years’ experience working in the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust, of which 6 years are as a paramedic. In this role he responded to emergency calls on both an ambulance and as a solo responder in a Fast Response Unit, attending patients in both urban and rural settings. Matthew has also undertaken various roles in Higher Education over the past 8 years, notably holding the position of program leader for the undergraduate BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science (London) at the University of Greenwich, UK in which he built and sustained positive working relationships with two Ambulance Service Trusts, the regulating body (HCPC) and professional body (CoP), as well as various education and commissioning boards.
Matthew has recently joined the paramedic program at USC where he teaches in the areas of clinical leadership, mentorship, ethics and law. He is currently undertaking his PhD studying stress, coping and resilience in the student paramedic population.
Matthew has extensive experience in both paramedic and nursing Higher Education (HE) programs including course development, validation, implementation, evaluation and review. His dedication to ensuring that the educational provision of the paramedic program remains evidence-based, relevant and sensitive to employment needs is demonstrated in his recent leadership of the curriculum development of the new BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science program.
- HCPC registered Paramedic – PA29612
- Member of the College of Paramedics
- eligible for Membership with Paramedics Australasia and the Australian and New Zealand College of Paramedicine.