Marlon Stiell

Marlon Stiell DipHE, DipHE, DipHE, BSc Hons, MSc

Marlon Stiell

Marlon Stiell
DipHE, DipHE, DipHE, BSc Hons, MSc

Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing

Department of Adult Nursing and Paramedic Science

Faculty of Education and Health

Marlon Stiell is a Senior Lecturer of Adult Nursing, in the Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science at the University of Greenwich.

Marlon has been in his current post since 2014, leading on three BSc Hons Paramedic courses and supervising undergraduate student research projects.

Marlon previously worked in the NHS London Ambulance Service as a paramedic for 19 years. He has also held the post as emergency care practitioner, working within hospital departments, minor injury units and General Practice out-of-hour's service.

Posts held previously: 

  • 2011-2014, Paramedic, LAS 
  • 2003-11, Emergency Care Practitioner, LAS and local NHS Trusts
  • 1995-2003, Paramedic, LAS
  • Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing, Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science
  • Course leader on undergraduate Paramedic Science programme
  • Supervisor of undergraduate research projects

Marlon is interested in the impact of patient care pathways in the acute setting and the effect on health outcomes. Marlon has previously conducted research into pain management in patients unable to consent in the acute setting.

Stiell, M. (2013). A critical discourse analysis of paramedics' talk about their administration of Analgesia to patients who are cognitively impaired. A Qualitative study. In: International Society of Critical Health Psychology (ISCHP), 22-24 July 2013. University of Bradford.

Stiell, M. (2016). Assessment of Minor injuries in Assessment Skills for Paramedics. 2nd ed. Maidenhead: Open University, McGraw-Hill, pp. 205-225.

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