The opportunity to study at Edge Hill University proved too good to turn down for Tessa Simpson.
The Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, has shown his appreciation to a unique group of Edge Hill University Paramedic Practice students during a visit this week.
The Student Opportunity Fund is supporting an ongoing collaboration between Edge Hill’s Paramedic Practice students and the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS).
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After receiving nomination from Edge Hill’s DipHE Paramedic Practice programme, Laura Kelly has been named the College of Paramedics Student of the Year 2016.
Academics Kevin Armstrong and Phil Crompton, from Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Health and Social Care, were invited to present at an international conference in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
A growing relationship between staff from Edge Hill University’s DipHE in Paramedic Practice and the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) has led to a number of specialist training sessions being held, designed to provide students with practical experience of emergency scene management. The University has had close links With GMFRS since the inception […]