Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext. 7088
Department of Paramedicine
AUT South Campus
640 Great South Road
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
Private Bag 92006
Bronwyn is a Senior Lecturer in Paramedicine in the School of Clinical Sciences. She has a strong clinical background with 10 years’ experience as an intensive care paramedic in Auckland and has also practiced as a registered nurse in both the New Zealand and the UK healthcare systems. In 2014, Bronwyn was awarded a Health Research Council Clinical Research Training Fellowship to support her doctoral study investigating paramedic care of patients with acute stroke and transient ischaemic attacks. As Research Leader for the Department of Paramedicine, Bronwyn is responsible for developing research excellence. She has experience as an academic and researcher in New Zealand and the UK, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels including postgraduate research supervisions. Bronwyn’s research interests relate to the paramedic care of time-critical cardiovascular patients and paramedic contribution to community care and injury prevention. Bronwyn is a member of the inaugural NZ Paramedic Council and a Director on the board of the professional organisation The Australasian College of Paramedicine.
Bronwyn contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the School of Clinical Sciences. She is the Paper Leader of HEAL814 Practice Pursued and supervises Honours, Master and Doctoral research students.