Lindsay Hart FdSc, BSc Hons, PGCert, MA, FHEA, MCPara

Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science

Lindsay Hart is a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Greenwich.
Lindsay joined Kent Ambulance Service in 2001 as a Trainee Technician. She achieved an FdSc in Paramedic Science at St George's University in 2011, before going on to complete a BSc (Hons) Professional Practice in Health and Social Care (Pre-Hospital Care) at the University of Greenwich in 2015.
In 2017, Lindsay successfully completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education and gained Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. In 2019, Lindsay completed a MA Education and commenced her PhD studies shortly after, where she is researching the effects of ambulance-based placement on the health and wellbeing of student paramedics.
Lindsay was a Clinical Team Leader at South East Coast Ambulance Service 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 other role in the ambulance service was that of a Community Paramedic, focusing predominantly upon primary and urgent care.

Posts held previously:

* 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.
* 2014-2016 Acting Make Ready Centre Manager, South East Coast Ambulance Service.
* 2015-2016, Community Paramedic, South East Coast Ambulance Service.
* 2016-2020 – Clinical Education Facilitator, University of Greenwich.

Responsibilities within the university

  • Module leader for Foundations for Effective Practice.
  • Module link for Academic Skills Preparation at Medway.
  • Module leader for Professional and Academic Development.
  • Teaches across the BSc (Hons) Paramedic programme and other pre and post registration health care programmes.
  • Personal Tutor Group leader.
  • Level 6 project supervision.


Registered as a Paramedic with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Member of the College of Paramedics.

Peer reviewer for the Journal of Paramedic Practice.

Peer reviewer for Class Publishing.

Research / Scholarly interests

Lindsay's scholarly activities include research into the topic of student paramedic wellbeing and resilience.

Recent publications


Hart, Lindsay and , Newton, Paul (2017), Therapeutic hypothermia in cardiac arrest: a literature review. Mark Allen Healthcare. In: , , , . Mark Allen Healthcare, Journal of Paramedic Practice, 9 (3) . pp. 126-131 ISSN: 2041-9457 (Print), (doi: ).