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BSc(Hons) PGCert MSc MCPara FHEA
Department of Applied Health and Professional Development
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
MRG29 Oxford Brookes University Jack Straws Lane Oxford OX3 0FL
Formally, Georgette split her teaching responsibilities at Oxford Brookes with being a Specialist Paramedic within South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (the local placement trust for paramedics attending the course). She is continuing to teach on the Paramedic programme, including the development of Master's/L7 modules whilst undertaking full time post-graduate studies at The University of Oxford Department of Education.
As well as modular teaching responsibilities and undergraduate dissertation supervision, Georgette is responsible for supporting the student-led extra-curricular activities within the programme. These include the Paramedic Science Journal Club and the Paramedic Science Research Group.
Georgette assisted in the set-up and development for the Paramedic Science programme interoperability training days with Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service at the Fire Service College, Moreton-in-Marsh and is still involved as a co-lead.
Full details of Georgette's research, links and impact can be accessed through Researchgate:
Eaton, G (2012) “Management of an Isolated Neck-Of-Femur Fracture in an elderly patient.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 4(7): 400-408
Eaton, G and Renshaw, J (2012) “A Critique of The Pre-Hospital Obstetric Emergency Training Course: Advanced Life Support Group.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 4(11): 660-670
Eaton, G (2013) “A pressing issue: Finding a voice for the paramedic profession.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 5(2): 73-74
Eaton, G (2013) Chapter 9: Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making. In Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets, ed by Elling, B., and Pollack, N (6th edition). London: Jones and Bartlett Publishers
Mallinson, T and Eaton, G (2013) “Prevention, assessment and management of altitude sickness.” International Journal of Paramedic Practice 3(4): 64-69
Eaton, G (2014) “Documentation: Are we writing it right?” Journal of Paramedic Practice 6(9): 470-475
Eaton, G (2016) Chapter 9: Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making. In Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets, ed by Elling, B., and Pilbery, R (7th edition). London: Jones and Bartlett Publishers
Catterall, M., Bromwich, K., Phillips, A., Eaton, G (2016) Oxford Brookes Faculty take on Turkish Paramedic Rally and International Congress 2015. Journal of Paramedic Practice 8(5): 228-230
Eaton, G., Renshaw, J., Gregory, P., Kilner, T (2016) Can the British Heart Foundation PocketCPR application improve the performance of chest compressions during bystander resuscitation: A randomised crossover manikin study. Health Informatics Journal [online] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27402135
Eaton, G., Rait, J., Brown, S (2017) How appropriate is the data produced by NHS pathways at identifying suitable cases for HEMS involvement? [poster presentation] Thames Valley Research Network Reading (UK) 2017; Trauma Care Conference Staffordshire (UK) 2017; College of Paramedics National Conference Solihull (UK) 2017.
Eaton, G (2017) “Taking healthcare to the community: the evolving role of paramedics.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 9(5): 190-191
Eaton, G; Brown, S; Raitt, J (2017) HEMS dispatch: A systematic review. Trauma [online] http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1460408617721565
Renshaw, J; Eaton, G; Gregory, P; Kilner, T (2017). The BHF PocketCPR smartphone application: ‘Staying alive’ with bystander CPR. Resuscitation. 118. e3-e4. 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2017.08.232.
Eaton, G (2013) Effectiveness of bystander CPR with support from pocket CPR iPhone application. Presentation speaker at Prehsopen Konference (Sweden) 2013.
Eaton, G (2016) Management of Minor injuries. Presentation speaker at Life Connections Conference (UK)2016.
Eaton, G., Rait, J., Brown, S (2017) How appropriate is the data produced by NHS pathways at identifying suitable cases for HEMS involvement? [poster presentation] Thames Valley Research Network Reading (UK) 2017; Trauma Care Conference Staffordshire (UK) 2017.
Eaton, G (2017) HEMS Dispatch – A Systematic Review. Presentation speaker at Thames Valley Research Network Reading (UK) 2017; College of Paramedics National Conference (UK) 2017.
Renshaw, J; Eaton, G; Gregory, P; Kilner, (2017). Conference Paper: The BHF PocketCPR training application: 'Staying alive' with bystanderCPR. European Resuscitation Council Congress (Freiburg, Germany) 2017.
The BBC followed Specialist Paramedic and Oxford Brookes University Lecturer Georgette on a typical day in her working life with South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust. You can watch it here at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KygCDj_AkUo&feature=youtu.be
Georgette is also a blogger for South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. You can read her blogs here at: https://www.scas.nhs.uk/news/staff-blogs/georgette-eaton/
Georgette was the lead for the set-up and implementation of the Oxford Brookes interoperability training days with Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service at the Fire Service College, Moreton-in-Marsh. You can find out more about this initiative here: the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sOhNw24dAs
Georgette tweets from @georgette_eaton
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgette-eaton/