Adam Sattar, BHlthSc(Paramedic), GCertAeromedRet, GCertECGInt, GradCertQualServ(HeSafe), GCertUnivLearnTeach, GradDipMgmt, MParamedSc(CritCare), FHEA, MACPara

Lecturer, School of Paramedicine - College of Health and Medicine, University of Tasmania

University of Tasmania

Adam Sattar, FHEA, is a lecturer in Paramedicine for the School of Paramedicine – College of Health and Medicine at the University of Tasmania. With an esteemed 18-year career in paramedicine, his journey has been marked by extensive work throughout Australia. Complementing his endeavours are global engagements in Saudi Arabia, Timor Leste, Qatar, Japan, and New Zealand. His experience spans critical domains such as aeromedical retrieval/HEMS, critical care, and community paramedicine, with a particular focus on clinical governance and patient safety. These international experiences have not only honed his clinical skills but also enhanced his cultural insights and approach to diverse healthcare settings, underpinning his commitment to advancing patient safety.