Anthony Jermy

Anthony Jermy

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Personal profile

Academic Background

MA Higher Education Practice (2018)

University of East Anglia

 

BSc (Hons) Acute Critical & Emergency Care (2013)

University of East Anglia 

 

Dip HE Operating Department Practice (2005)

University of East Anglia

 

Registered Operating Department Practitioner (2005-Present)

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

 

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2013-Present)

Career

2018 - Presnet - Academic Lead for Clinical Skills & Simulation

School of Health Sciences, University of East Anglia

 

2014-2018 - Associate Director of Enterprise

School of Health Sciences, University of East Anglia

 

2011-Present - Lecturer in Operating Department Practice

School of Health Sciences, University of East Anglia

 

2005-2011 - Clinical Practitioner

Colorectal & Thoracic Theatres, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

 

2003-2005 - Student Operating Department Practitioner

School of Nursing & Midwifery, University of East Anglia

 

2002-2003 - Theatre Support Worker

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

 

 

 

 

Teaching Interests

Anthony is the academic lead for clinical skills and simulaton in the School of Health Sciences (HSC) at UEA Norwich.  Responsibillities include strategic oversight and opearational management of the Simulation Based Education (SBE) strategy, overseeing provision for SBE facilities, equipment and resources and development/support of the simulation faculty in providing high quality SBE provision for UEA learners and practice partners.  Anthony's areas of interest in clinical simulation are immersive simulation techniques, simulation psychology and faculty development and training.

 

Anthony's clinical background is Operating Department Practice (ODP) and he is a member of the ODP team at UEA.   He is passionate about promoting evidence based practice and excellence in care across all aspects of perioperative practice.   Anthony's clinical interestes are anaesthesia, minimally invasive surgery, patient safety and human factors and ergonomics.

 

Anthony is currently the module leader for the following:

- Anaesthetic Care - Dip HE Operating Department Practice

- Surgical Care - DipHE Operating Department Practice

- Foundations of Operating Department Practice - BSc Operating Department Practice

- Ehanced Operating Department Practice - BSc Operating Department Practice

 

Anthony is also the Link Lecturer for main theatres, the Arthur Levin day surgery unit and the Sandringham unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn, where he works closely with clinical colleagues to develop and improve education in the clinical setting.

 

Anthony is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) instructor registered with the resucitation council UK.

External positions

External Examiner, University of Derby

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