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Dr David Long

Dr David Long
Name David Long
Position Senior Lecturer (Paramedic Science)
Section School of Health and Wellbeing
Office I313
Location Ipswich Campus
Phone +61 7 3812 6344
Extension 6344
Email
Qualifications AdvDipParamedSc(Amb) AmbulServNSW , BEd ACU , BHlthSc(Pre-Hosp Care) Charles Sturt , GCertAcadPrac QUT , PhD QUT
Homepage https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6278-7377
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Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Clinical Sciences not elsewhere classified ( 110399 )
  • Paramedicine ( 320219 )

Research interests
paramedicine; community paramedicine; work role transition; non-traditional models of paramedic care; palliative care; primary care; building employability in undergraduate students; Students as Partners; peer programs; qualitative; grounded theory

Professional memberships
Fellow Higher Education Academy
Registered Paramedic (APHRA Reg No. PAR0002205212)
Member Golden Key Honour Society

Industry affiliations
Member Australasian College of Paramedicine

Currently teaching courses/programs
PMC2203 - Paramedic Clinical Placement 2; PMC1202 - Paramedic Skills 2; PMC3201 - Practice and Leadership for Health Professionals

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
3 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
7 Years

Administrative responsibilities
Senior Lecturer, Paramedic Science Program

Research most recent
Long, D., Hobbs, L. (2020). Standing out from the crowd: improving employability through peer programs and continuing professional development in undergraduate paramedic programs [Commentary] Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, 7.

Long, D. (2019). Paramedic delivery of community-based palliative care: An overlooked resource? [Editorial] Progress in Palliative Care, 27(6).

Devenish, A., McKay, G., Long, D., Horrocks, P., & Smith, M. (2019). Paramedic students working in snow resort medical clinics: a non-traditional interprofessional clinical placement model. Irish Journal of Paramedicine, 4 (1).


Research most notable
Long, D. (2019). Paramedic delivery of community-based palliative care: An overlooked resource? [Editorial] Progress in Palliative Care, 27(6).


Approved research supervisor in the area of:

  • Clinical Sciences not elsewhere classified ( 110399 )