Georgette Eaton BSc(Hons); MSc(c); Paramedic: MCPara

Lecturer Paramedic Science

Georgette is a Lecturer in Paramedic Science as well as a Specialist Paramedic within South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust – the local placement trust for paramedics attending the course. With her interests focusing around prehospital research, paramedic education and challenging practice, she is a peer reviewer for Health Informatics Journal and on the editorial board of the Journal of Paramedic Practice. With a passion for innovation, she is looking to complete more prehospital based research to innovate training, especially concerning immersive simulation and human factors.

Membership of Professional Body:

College of Paramedics

Health and Social Care Professions Council


Clinical Examination

Clinical Skills

Minor Injury/Minor Illness

Research Methods and Analysis


Prehospital Immersive Simulation


Prehospital management of cardiac arrest

Clinical decision making, critical thinking and human factors for paramedics


Eaton, G (2012) “Management of an Isolated Neck-Of-Femur Fracture in an elderly patient.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 4(7): 400-408

Eaton, G and Renshaw, J (2012) “A Critique Of The Pre-Hospital Obstetric Emergency Training Course: Advanced Life Support Group.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 4(11): 660-670

Eaton, G (2013) “A pressing issue: Finding a voice for the paramedic profession.” Journal of Paramedic Practice 5(2): 73-74

Eaton, G (2013) Effectiveness of bystander CPR with support from pocket CPR iPhone application. Presentation speaker at Prehsopen Konference (Sweden)2013.

Eaton, G (2013) Chapter 9: Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making. In Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets, ed by Elling, B., and Pollack, N (7th edition). London: Jones and Bartlett Publishers

Mallinson, T and Eaton, G (2013) “Prevention, assessment and management of altitude sickness.” International Journal of Paramedic Practice 3(4): 64-69

Eaton, G (2014) “Documentation: Are we writing it right?” Journal of Paramedic Practice 6(9): 470-475

Catterall, M., Bromwich, K., Phillips, A., Eaton, G (2016) Oxford Brookes Faculty take on Turkish Paramedic Rally and International Congress 2015. Journal of Paramedic Practice 8(5): 228-230

Eaton, G., Renshaw, J., Gregory, P., Kilner, T (2016) Can the British Heart Foundation PocketCPR application improve the performance of chest compressions during bystander resuscitation: A randomised crossover manikin study. Health Informatics Journal [in press]

Georgette Eaton