Lindsay Hart Faculty of Education & Health

Lindsay Hart FdSc, BSc Hons, MCPara, PGCert HE

Lindsay Hart

Lindsay Hart
FdSc, BSc Hons, MCPara, PGCert HE

Clinical Education Facilitator

Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science

Faculty of Education and Health

Lindsay Hart is a Clinical Education Facilitator in the Department of Adult Nursing and Paramedic Science at the University of Greenwich.

Lindsay joined Kent Ambulance Service in 2001 as a Technician. She achieved an FdSc in Paramedic Science at St George's University, before going on to gain a first in BSc(Hons) Professional Practice in Health and Social Care (Pre-Hospital Care) at the University of Greenwich in 2015.

Lindsay was a Clinical Team Leader at South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) between 2013 and 2016. She was responsible for managing a team of clinicians and working as an operational commander, with the responsibility of managing large scale or complex incidents. It was during this time she became a practice educator and preceptor to paramedic students from the University of Greenwich and also gained a qualification as a Blue Light Driving Assessor. Lindsay's most recent role in the ambulance service was that of a Community Paramedic, focusing on primary and urgent care. She still retains a bank contract with SECAmb and undertakes operational shifts out on the road when time allows.

In 2017, Lindsay successfully completed a PGCert HE with the University of Greenwich.

Previously Held Posts:
  • 2001-2008, Ambulance Technician, South East Coast Ambulance Service
  • 2008-2011, Student Paramedic, South East Coast Ambulance Service
  • 2011-2013, Paramedic, South East Coast Ambulance Service
  • 2013, 2016, Clinical Team Leader, South East Coast Ambulance Service
  • 2015-2016, Community Paramedic, South East Coast Ambulance Service
  • Course Leader for Foundations for Effective Practice
  • Teaches modules across the BSc Hons Paramedic programme
  • PTG leader

Lindsay is registered as a Paramedic with the Health Care and Professions Council and is a full member of the College of Paramedics.

Lindsay, along with colleagues within the Paramedic team, is undertaking current scholarly activities around enhancing technology within teaching.

Hart, L. and Newton, P. (2017) ' Therapeutic hypothermia in cardiac arrest' Journal of Paramedic Practice 9(3), pp. 126-131

Browse our publications database

Boden, G., Hart, L., Goudie, S and Li, S. (2016) 'Student engagement through pre-learning, in class quizzing, polling and electronic interaction'. Educational Development Unit, University of Greenwich. Available at:

Browse our publications database