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Research Biography

James Pearce is a registered paramedic and registered nurse.

His career as a paramedic clinician began in 2007. James has worked with both SA Ambulance Service and NSW Ambulance as an on-road Paramedic. He has also worked in the private/industrial sector with First Care Medical and Safety Australia Group.

He has taught in paramedicine, nursing and medicine programs at a number of different universities including the Australian Catholic University, University of South Australia, University of Wollongong, Griffith University and Flinders University.

He is currently holds full academic status as a lecturer with the College of Medicine and Public Health Paramedic Unit at Flinders University and is a fellow of Paramedics Australasia. He holds a current Australian Resuscitation Council Advanced Life Support Level 2 certification.

James is currently a PhD candidate investigating the care of patients with invasive meningococcal disease by emergency medical service clinicians.

Research Interests

James's research interests include:

  • Pre-hospital care
  • Scoping reviews
  • Case reports
  • Meningococcal disease
  • Sepsis
  • Paramedicine
  • Clinical practice guidelines
  • Evidence-based health care
  • Paramedic education


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