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Paul Williams
Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice



Paul qualified as a Paramedic in 2007 and has worked in practice and education since qualifying. His experience encompasses practice development, teaching and delivery of collaborative HEI programmes along with extensive experience of leading and managing these programmes.

Paul has worked full-time in academia since 2017 working at University of Teesside, University of Sunderland before joining the University of York in October 2022.

He completed my MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice in 2019 and followed this with subsequent publication in 2021. Paul ensures his Clinical Practice up to date with exposure within the NHS as an Advanced Practitioner.


  • FD in Paramedic Science 
  • BSc Paramedic Science 
  • MSc
  • HEA Fellow  


Departmental roles

  • Deputy Programme Lead for MSc Advanced Clinical Practice

External activities


  • HCPC
  • College of Paramedics
  • Association of Advanced Practice Educators


Selected publications

  • Williams, P, Goring, R & Franklin, F. (2021). ‘Mechanical chest compressions and survival in the emergency setting’. A Systematic Review. Journal of Paramedic Practice. Vol 13 No 2. 



  • Advanced Clinical Practice Programme

Paul Williams

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Paul Williams
Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice