Mr Buck Reed
Buck Reed is a paramedic who has practiced for over 20 years in various areas of prehospital care including event medical services, industrial paramedicine and for the last fifteen years as a qualified ambulance paramedic. Buck has clinical experience in both metropolital and rural areas with a special interest in Community Paramedicine. Buck was the first paramedic chosen for the NSW Health Rural Research Capacity Building Program producing a comprehensive analyses of unmet ambulance need in rural areas.
Buck was the first rural paramedic to be selected for a Churchill Fellowship during which he visited Canada and the US to explore the development of community paramedicine in those countries.
Buck holds a Masters of International Health Management and is currently a PhD candidate examining the impact of paramedic registration on paramedic identity.
Buck is Chair of the Australasian College of Paramedicine (NSW/ACT Committee), the profesional body for paramedics in Australia.
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- MIntHlthMgt University of New England
- GCHlthMan University of New England
- DipParamedicSc Ambulance Service of New South Wales
- BA University of Wollongong
- International Roundtable on Community Paramedicine (2011 - 2017)
- ACI Rural Health Network (2012 - 2017)
- Council on Licensure Enforcement and Regulartion (2019)
- Association of Standardized Patient Educators (2021)
- Australian New Zealand Mental Health Association (2021)
- Paramedics Australasia (2005 - 2020)
- ANZ College of Paramedicine (2005 - 2017)
- Churchill Fellowship 2013-07-01
- ACI Innovation Award 2013-09-19
- Community Paramedicine
- Paramedic Registration
- Paramedic Wellness and Resilience
- Rural Health
Organisational Unit (School / Division)
- Australasian College of Paramedicine
- Paramedics Australasia (NSW)
- Paramedics Australasia (NSW)
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Previous Teaching Areas
- 401066 Introduction to Paramedicine, 2015
- 401067 Paramedic Practice 1, 2015
- 401067 Paramedic Practice 1, 2016
- 401067 Paramedic Practice 1, 2017
- 401067 Paramedic Practice 1, 2019
- 401067 Paramedic Practice 1, 2020
- 401067 Paramedic Practice 1, 2021
- 401069 Paramedic Practice 4, 2016
- 401069 Paramedic Practice 4, 2017
- 401069 Paramedic Practice 4, 2019
- 401069 Paramedic Practice 4, 2020
- 401069 Paramedic Practice 4, 2021
Chapters in Books
- Reed, B. (2019), 'Professions and professionalism', Paramedic Law and Regulation in Australia, Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia 9780455243078.
- Reed, B., Cowin, L., O?Meara, P. and Wilson, I. (2022), 'A qualitative exploration of the perceptions of professional registration by Australian paramedics during the transition into professional regulation', Medical Law International, vol 22, no 4 , pp 327 - 348.
- Reed, K., Reed, B., Bailey, J., Beattie, K., Lynch, E., Thompson, J., Vines, R., Wong, K., McCrossin, T. and Wilson, R. (2021), 'Interprofessional education in the rural environment to enhance multidisciplinary care in future practice : breaking down silos in tertiary health education', Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol 29, no 2 , pp 127 - 136.
- Cross, J., Lam, T., Arndell, J., Quach, J., Reed, B., Thyer, L. and Simpson, P. (2019), 'Impact of hand dominance on effectiveness of chest compressions in a simulated setting : a randomised, crossover trial', Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, vol 16 .
- Mendel, S., Beattie, K., Thompson, J., Vines, R., Wong, K., Bailey, J., Cockrell, K., Reed, B., McCrossin, T. and Wilson, R. (2019), 'Interdisciplinary teaching in rural settings to enhance multidisciplinary team care : the RIPL effect', Social Innovations Journal, vol 56 .
- Reed, B. and Donnelly, E. (2019), 'Who are we? : how we think about being a paramedic can influence well-being', Canadian Paramedicine, vol 43 , pp 7 - 9.
- Cockrell, K., Reed, B., Agarwal, G. and Wilson, L. (2019), 'Salutogenesis : the case for a holistic tool for paramedic assessment of wellness', Journal of Paramedic Practice, vol 11 , pp 440 - 447.
- Reed, B., Cowin, L., O'Meara, P. and Wilson, I. (2019), 'Professionalism and professionalisation in the discipline of paramedicine', Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, vol 16 .
- Cockrell, K., Reed, B. and Wilson, L. (2019), 'Rural paramedics' capacity for utilising a salutogenic approach to healthcare delivery : a literature review', Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, vol 16 .
- Reed, B. and Bendall, J. (2015), 'Rurality as a factor in ambulance use in health emergencies', Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, vol 12, no 1 , pp 1 - 6.