First cohort of Paramedic Science students thrive
In September 2020, UWS welcomed its first cohort of BSc Paramedic Science students and it’s fair to say we’ve been blown away by the hard work, dedication and commitment that they have shown in what was a challenging year for all involved as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our students have engaged with the programme and documented their experience throughout through blogs and vlogs to share with others what studying to be a paramedic is like. When it has come to the academic side of things too, their work has been of the highest standard.
Below we celebrate just some of the things our students have been involved with in their first year on the course.
Term 1 reflections
It’s always important for our students to reflect on their study and during Term 1, some of our students blogged on their experiences of the programme so far and why they decided to apply to study. You can read more about what students Debbie Sinnett, Nicola Martin and Rachel Taylor had to say at the link below:
Paramedic Science students embark on our new course
As part of the Investigation and Communication module our students demonstrated their work in a poster competition. Prizes were awarded to the first and second placed posters below.
‘The Importance of a Dynamic Risk Assessment in Paramedic Practice?’
Rachel Taylor, Rebekah Allison, Courtney Bennett, Chloe Mason and Jack Rafferty
‘Fae Heehaw Tae Neenaw’
Emillie Carson, Jennifer Spencer, Isla McNeill, Megan Nicolson and Ellie Williamson