Mr Antony Rodgers


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Antony has worked as front-line clinician since 2005. He completed a foundation degree in paramedic science and qualified as a paramedic in 2010.

In 2016, Antony joined the Red Arrest Team which is made up of ambulance clinicians trained in leadership, advanced decision-making and additional skills for high risk patients such as those suffering from cardiac arrest or major trauma.

He joined the University of Hull paramedic lecturing team to help deliver the new BSc in Paramedic Science in 2018. Antony recently completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).



Research Interests

  • Healthcare and social strategy in relation to the future direction of emergency care and primary care
  • Perceptions of pre-hospital care
  • Healthcare related targets

Research groups

  • Currently involved in research addressing paramedic students' perception of non-hospital-related placements


Parker M, Rodgers A, 'Management of pain in pre-hospital setting', Journal of Emergency Nursing, vol 23, issue 3 (2015)

Full publications list



Programmes taught on

Modules list

  • Clinical Practice Education 1
  • Foundations of Paramedic Practice
  • Acute Prehospital Care

Teaching awards and accolades

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

Professional highlights


Academic qualifications

  • BSc Critical Care, first class, University of Hull (2016)
  • Level 6 modules in Minor Injury and Illness, Advanced Assessment of the Pre-Hospital Patient, Clinical Decision Making, Research and Evidence Applied to Practice, Teesside University (2013)
  • Foundation Degree in Paramedic Science, Sheffield Hallam University (2010)
  • HCPC registration
  • Certificate in Social and Behavioural Studies, University of Hull and the Centre for Lifelong Learning