Brett Williams BAVEd, Grad Cert ICP, Grad Dip EmergHlth, MHlthSc, PhD (Candidate) MACAP, NAEMSE.
Brett Williams is a senior lecturer at Monash University (Department of Community Emergency Health & Paramedic Practice) with over 15 years experience in paramedic education. He has been heavily involved in the ideological transition of paramedic education from vocational origins to the higher education sector and has developed curriculum for both undergraduate and postgraduate students in face-to-face and e-learning modes.
Brett is currently undertaking his PhD. Brett's research and teaching interests are focused on the paradigm of student-centred learning, alternative learning opportunities, innovative teaching strategies and interprofessional education.
JEPHC PUBLICATIONS EducationQualitative analysis of undergraduate paramedic students' perceptions of using case-based learning in an online learning environment
Using creative and contemporary teaching strategies to promote emancipation, empowerment and achievement in undergraduate paramedic students - a personal reflection The Implementation of Case-Based Learning - Shaping the Pedagogy in Ambulance Education Opinion "Developmental Disability Medicine: Is it time for its inclusion into the paramedic curriculum?" an interview with Dr Jane Tracy
Removal of Invasive Devices from Deceased Persons: Forensic implications for Paramedics - A Victorian Perspective. an Interview with Professor Stephen Cordner Book Reviews "eACLS" American College of Emergency Physicians & National Safety Council. February 2004. Conference Reports OLT-2005 "Beyond Delivery" Conference 27 September 2005, QUT, Brisbane The Australian College of Ambulance Professionals 2004 National Conference at Alice Springs September 9-11
"“eACLS” American College of Emergency Physicians & National Safety Council. February 2004. ISBN 0-7637-3229-X Recommended retail price $159.50. AUD,"
Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care:
1, Article 21.
Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/jephc/vol2/iss1/21