Head of Research and Postgraduate Studies – Department of Paramedicine, Auckland University of Technology
Bronwyn is a registered nurse with clinical experience in the healthcare systems of the United Kingdom and New Zealand and has also practised as an intensive care paramedic in New Zealand.
In 2017 she completed her PhD investigating the paramedic care of acute stroke and transient ischaemic attack patients at a population level. This study was supported by a prestigious New Zealand Health Research Council Fellowship. Bronwyn previously completed a Master of Science in Health Economics at the University of York.
Her current research interests encompass stroke and cardiac disease, and a broad range of topics relating to paramedic practice.
Bronwyn is a Senior Lecturer in Paramedicine and is a Faculty representative on the university’s institutional ethics committee.