Duncan Mcconnell

Senior Lecturer


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Basic Bio:

Duncan has worked within health and emergency services for over 24 years. This has included State Ambulance Services, Military, NGOs and International Service Delivery. Duncan was the Foundational Paramedicine Program Director with Griffith University, establishing that degree program in 2015. He is a sitting Board Director on the International Association for Flight and Critical Care Paramedics (IAFCCP) and the Clinical Director for the Mongolian EMS and Disaster Management Program. In December 2020, Duncan accepted the role of Manager of Clinical Services with St John Ambulance Australia (NT) inc. a role that sees him working across all of the Northern Territory. Duncan is also working with CDU in the development and rollout of their new Bachelor of Paramedicine Program too.

Research Interests:

Duncan's research include:

  • International Ambulance Models and how they intergrate with ambulance delivery within the Health Care System of Developed and Developing Nations.
  • Simulation based technologies in the development of and maintence of skills within paramedicine and other health disciplines
  • Community Paramedicine and Paramedic Practitioner: an evolution in healthcare delivery across metropolitan and remote areas.
  • Indigenous paramedic development pathway programs


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