Regional Adivisory Group
The main function of the Regional Advisory Group is to promote the aims of the Faculty at the local level especially delivery of high quality education and teaching in pre-hospital care by helping co-ordinate and promote all relevant educational activities in each region.
The Regional Chairs provide a link with the Faculty administration and Executive and the regional FPHC groups.
The Chair of this Group is Mr Gordon Ingram
For more information about the representatives and activities by region, please visit the dedicated section on our website.
The Student & Junior Trainee Group
The role of the Student and Junior Trainee Group is to represent students and junior doctors with an interest in pre-hospital care. They aim to support PHEM education and training for students and junior doctors.
The Student and Junior Trainee Group has the following objectives in order to achieve their aims:
The Chair of this Group is Thomas Burton
For more information about the Student & Junior Trainee Group and opportunities by regions, please visit the dedicated section on our website.
The Student & Junior Trainee Group also have an active Facebook group of which you can request membership.
Non-Medical Healthcare Professionals Group
The main function of the Non-Medical Healthcare Professions Group is to represent the interests of members of the Faculty who are delivering pre-hospital care as non-medical professionals.
The Chair of this Group is Nicholas Tuckwell
Paramedic & Nurse Group
This is a newly formed group, which amalgamates the former paramedic and nurse groups into one. The purpose of the Group is to examine and drive standards and opportunities for advancing practice for paramedics and nurses, within various aspects of pre-hospital emergency care. The group will examine and support these developments and work closely with other organisations.
The Co-Chairs of this Group are Andy Smith and Martin Eccles
The Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine Trainees’ Association (PHEMTA) exists to represent the interests of trainees currently undertaking Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine (PHEM).
The Chair of this Group is Dr. Steph Cowan
For more information about PHEMTA, please visit the dedicated section on our website.
The Pre-Hospital Trainee Operated Research Network (PHOTON) are a group of non-consultant grade, pre-hospital, doctors who are passionate about improving the quality of pre-hospital research.
The Chair of this group is Dr. Lisa Ramage
Please check the dedicated section on our website
Due to essential systems maintenance and upgrades there will be intermittent interruptions to some on-line services on Saturday 27th of February. There will be further interruption to some core services on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd of March.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.×