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.
Bachelor of Nursing (Griffith University) 2005
Bachelor of Health Sciences (Paramedic) (Flinders University) 2006
Graduate Certificate in Infection Prevention and Control (Griffith University) 2009
Master of Advanced Practice (Griffith University) 2010
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (Australian Catholic University) 2018
Candidate for Doctor of Philosophy (Flinders University) Est. Comp. 2021
James's research interests include:
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