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Ann Craw

Ann Craw


School of Social Sciences

Staff Group(s)
Social Work and Health


Ann is a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Practice and Emergency Care and is Course Lead for the BSc Paramedic Science. She teaches across all the paramedicine courses, with a specific interest in professional issues, advancing paramedic practice, assessment skills, interprofessional working and collaboration, and prescribing . Interests in developing future paramedic and technicians.

Career overview

Ann has held a variety of roles Practice educator, primary care specialist prior to entering academia; In addition to consistently undertaking clinical shifts as a Advanced Paramedic Practitioner in Primary care , she has worked in out of hours services, minor injuries and worked both clinically, managerially within EMAS before joining another university embarking on her HEI career. She went back to practice starting in primary care in 2016 and further developed to advanced level and was one of the first paramedics locally to become a Non-medical prescribing paramedic.

Research areas

Would like to research more fully public health education in paramedicine, as well as the recruitment process and its impact on the applicants form BAME backgrounds.

External activity

Ann works as a locum advanced practitioner in primary care in the North West Leicestershire area , as well as being asked to advise Nottinghamshire on developing paramedic in primary care.

Course(s) I teach on