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Mark Carroll

T:
01642 738242
Job title:
Principal Lecturer (Staffing and Resources)
E:
m.carroll@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Health & Social Care
 
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Research:
Health & Social Care research
 
 

About Mark Carroll

Mark Carroll

Mark Carroll
Principal Lecturer (Staffing and Resources), School of Health & Social Care
T: 01642 738242
E: m.carroll@tees.ac.uk
Research: Health & Social Care research

I am currently the Principal Lecturer for Staffing & Resources in the Department of Clinical Psychology, Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Community.

I originally joined Teesside University in 2010 as a Senior Lecturer in the Paramedic Studies Team after a successful career in the Nursing & Paramedic professions as a Registered Adult Nurse and Paramedic.  Having left school in 1987 to follow an early career in administrative roles I found my passion for healthcare in 1996 when I began studying Adult Nursing.  I then focussed on my passion for out of hospital care and left nursing to pursue a career with the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) first as an Advanced Technician in 2001 moving to Paramedic in 2003; Team Leader in 2006; Clinical Practice Manager before a role in the Trust’s education centre.  I one of the Education Lead's working closely with Teesside University.  An opportunity came in 2010 to move to Teesside University full time as a Senior Lecturer, I successfully applied and have never looked back since.  I was instrumental in further enhancing the education of Paramedics as it moved rapidly towards an all graduate profession.  I have significant experience of a wide range of roles from module leader, placements coordinator and Programme Leader.  I was promoted to Principal Lecturer in October 2017.

Academically I hold a Masters Degree and have completed my PgCE in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education.  I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.  I have a number of published articles ranging from my keen interest in social media to more formal academic publications including a systematic review which questioned whether or not relatives should be routinely present at a cardiac arrest.

I am currently studying for my PhD which will be examining how students develop their professional identity in a digital context.

Research interests

Technology enhanced learning 

Digital Professionalism and Identity

Research projects & external funding

Developing student identity in a digital context

PhD and research opportunities

Currently working through a proposal about undergraduate students and their professional identity in a digital context.

External roles and professional activities

Visitor - College of Paramedics

National Education Advisor (England) - College of Paramedics

Senior Fellow - Higher Education Academy

Learning and teaching interests

Technology enhanced learning 

Enterprise interests

Technology Enhanced Learning

Publications

College of Paramedics (2017): Practice Educator Handbook

College of Paramedics (2017) 4th Ed. Curriculum Guidance 

Nevins, M, Hawes D, Wren J (2016) 'Integrating the 6Cs of nursing into Paramedic Practice'.  Journal of Paramedic Practice 8(9) p440-441

Nevins M, Smith K (2016) SoMe, SoWhat, #SoEssential. 'Using social media as a key learning and teaching tool'.  Journal of Paramedic Practice, 8(7) p2-4

Nevins, M (2016) 'What are family member experiences of the resuscitation of a relative?'  Journal of Paramedic Practice, 8(6) p2-9 

Carroll, M (2002) 'Advanced Nursing Practice', Nursing Standard, 16(29): p33-35

Carroll, M (2000) 'Evaluation of Temperature Measurement', Nursing Standard, 14(44) p39-43

** Nevins was my married surname from 2009-2017 **

In the news

  • Teesside's paramedic students take up professional roles
    North East Connected, 09/12/2016; Public (web), 9/12/2016
    The first cohort of students to complete a unique paramedic degree at Teesside University are now all working in practice.