Robbie King is a Lecturer and Course Coordinator for first year undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Paramedic Science. In 2017 he supervised several paramedic undergraduate students on an overseas clinical study trip to Nepal.
Robbie qualified as an Advanced Care Paramedic II in 2009 at Queensland ambulance Service (QAS), during his career he has worked in semi-rural and urban locations. Other roles have included within clinical education as a Clinical Support Officer, and clinical governance as a Clinical Quality officer within Clinical Quality and Patient Safety unit.
More recently Robbie has worked on the QAS Local Area Assessment and Redirection Unit (LARU). This role requires in depth assessment of patients to consider the most appropriate pathways which suit both the patient’s clinical needs and their preferences.
Soon to enrol in a Masters of Science by Research, Robbie’s research focus is exploring patient’s perspective of the role of paramedics when attending non-emergency cases.
- Current Certificate of Practice issued by the Queensland Ambulance Service (ACP II)
- Australian and New Zealand College of Paramedicine (ANZCP)