Faculty:Faculty of Medical Science
Areas of Expertise: Paramedic science
Courses taught: Paramedic Science
Joe is a Lecturer in Paramedic Science at Anglia Ruskin University where he currently leads the Patient Assessment and Management 1 module.
Alongside his role within academia, he practices clinically, both as a frontline Paramedic for the ambulance service and Paramedic Practitioner within an urgent care service. At present, he is conducting his Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and Masters in Therapeutics which looks at clinical pharmacology and its application within primary care.
Francis, J. (2015). A critical appraisal of the pre-hospital management of cervical spine injury in children and young people. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 7(3), pp. 142-148
Francis, J. (2015). A critical analysis and appraisal of the management of croup in the UK out-of-hospital environment. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 7(6), pp. 292-298
Wragg, E., Amblum, J. and Francis, J. (2014). Managing paediatric patients with pyrexia. Emergency Nurse, 22(8), pp. 20-23.