Meet Our Authors

Pete Morris

Pete completed a BSc (Hons) in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry at the University of York, specialising in drug design and drug-drug interactions before studying to become a Paramedic at Coventry university. He Joined West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust in 2014 as a Paramedic, and currently works as a Clinical Team Mentor where he is responsible for supporting and mentoring new staff as well as providing clinical supervision to existing staff. Pete is also employed by Coventry University, teaching and assessing pre-registration Paramedic Students. He has interests in pharmacology, patient assessment and admission avoidance and is currently working with local GPs to implement alternative care pathways.

Jessica Willetts

Jessica Willetts started working for the ambulance service in 2007 after a career in IT. Completing her paramedic degree from the University of Hertfordshire in 2010, she worked for several years for East of England Ambulance Service. Moving to SECAMB and Kent in 2014, she undertook her Paramedic Practitioner qualification at St George’s in 2016. During this time Jessica worked on an innovative pilot combining 999 response with a home visiting service for GPs. Continuing her studies, she recently completed a PGCert in Paramedic Practice and is currently part of one of the first cohorts of paramedics undertaking the Independent Prescribing Qualification. For the last two years she has been working for a GP surgery seeing a wide variety of patients in clinic and in the community. She has special interests in the areas of frailty and palliative care. Jessica is closely involved in providing care for the residents of two care homes with moderate to advanced Huntington’s Disease. Jessica provides routine clinical care in conjunction with the GPs and is also heavily involved in advance planning and end of life care for this patient group.

Gregory Whitley

Gregory Whitley joined the West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust in 2010 as a student paramedic and qualified in 2012. He joined the East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust in 2014 and worked on the AIRWAYS-2 clinical trial for 3 years. He gained his MSc in Health and Social Care from the University of Nottingham in 2016 and started his PhD in 2018 at the University of Lincoln funded by the NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands. He is studying pre-hospital pain management in children.

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