Rob Slee BSc Hons, PGCE, MSc

Senior Lecturer

Rob Slee is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Greenwich.

He joined the University of Greenwich in 2013, as a lecturer within the Paramedic Science team. Rob is currently the module leader for, paramedic based learning 2 and post registration 12 lead ECG's. Rob also works closely with two partner organisations to provide placements for paramedic students.

He is a lecturer on a wide range of subjects across all three years on the undergraduate paramedic science programme, as well as the Nursing (pre-registration) BSc programmes. 

Rob joined the London Ambulance Service (LAS) NHS Trust in 1994 and qualified as a Paramedic in 1996. During this time, he developed a team leader role that was implemented by the LAS in 2000, and then in 2004 undertook a new role as an Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP). In this role, he was responsible for establishing a new 'see and treat' service within the LAS, identifying alternative care pathways, and working in partnership with GP out-of-hours to provide a home visit service.

The success of the role as an ECP gave Rob recognition to represent the LAS on a National Level, working with the NHS Modernization Agency and then Skills for Health to support the development of this role up and down the country.

In 2010, Rob worked in the Education and Clinical Standards department, to develop a workforce, both new and existing in all aspects of emergency and unscheduled care. Rob has an IHCD Instructional methods qualification enabling him to teach an IHCD Paramedic training course.

In 2016, Rob completed his final year in MSc Advanced Practice at the University of Greenwich.

Posts held previously:

  • 1996-2013, (various roles) London Ambulance Service

Responsibilities within the university

  • Senior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences
  • Module leader for Year 3 undergraduate Paramedic Based Learning 2
  • Module leader for Post registration 12 Lead Electro-Cardiogram Interpretation (ECG)
  • Lecturer on the BSc Nursing and Midwifery courses

Recognition

  • Member of The College of Paramedics
  • Practitioner East Surrey Urgent Care Centre

Research / Scholarly interests

Rob has developed a keen interest in the minor injury/illness aspect of paramedic practice and the development within emergency and unscheduled care.

Rob also has an interest in the Interpretation of 12 lead ECG.

Recent publications

Slee, R. (2016). Assessment of minor injuries. In: A. Blaber and G. Harris, eds., Assessment Skills for Paramedics. 2nd ed. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill Education.