Adam Diamond

Lecturer in Paramedicine
Port Macquarie
Building 801 Room 3016

Adam is a lecturer in the paramedic programs at Charles Sturt University. He has enjoyed a career in this field with 18 years’ service for NSW Ambulance where he worked as a paramedic/rescue paramedic in Sydney and Sydney South West before moving to Newcastle and eventually Mid North coast NSW.

Adam joined Charles Sturt University in 2013 when the Port Macquarie campus started its first year of paramedic student education. He has taught across all years of the undergraduate and post graduate paramedic courses and developed Work Integrated learning (WIL) subjects and opportunities for evidencing WIL experiences. Adam has worked on National and international placement/employment opportunities including a pathway for students to attend placement in New Zealand and pursue employment as casual EMT with St john NZ while completing the 3rd year of study via DE.

Adam holds a Masters OHS, Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher education and diploma Paramedical Science.

Teaching philosophy

Adam is passionate about paramedic education and the continued growth and improvement of programs for pre hospital care. Adam takes a practical approach to teaching and believes in balancing academic study with hands on experience

Current subjects taught

CLS103 Paramedic Community Internship

CLS104 Foundation of Clinical Practice

CLS 203 Internship 1

Teaching History

Adam worked as a Trainer for the ASNSW for new paramedics as well as for paramedics skills upgrades and rescue training officer

Adams research priority is in continuous improvement in paramedic education and in particular WIL

View Adam's publications in CRO

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