Alyesha Proctor BSc (Hons), MSc, PGCAP, FHEA, MCPara

PRIMARY CARE-RESUS is dedicated to ensuring general practice staff receive high quality, relevant and up to date resuscitation training. 

Alyesha Proctor originally trained as a paramedic in London, obtaining a BSc in paramedic science from the University of Hertfordshire, and worked for the London Ambulance Service for 4 years. She then completed her MSc degree in Health Care practice at St Georges University of London, enabling her to work as an Advanced Paramedic Practitioner in General Practice.

Alyesha also completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, qualifying her for her role as a Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science at the University West of England. Here, she is a module leader, teaching paramedic science students both primary and critical care theory and practical, and works as a research fellow with the emergency care team. Alyesha has recently been successful in her Clinical Doctoral Research application.

Alyesha has taught basic life support training with AED for 4 years, she always offers a friendly, informal and practical approach, receiving excellent feedback from attendees (see testimonials).

Alyesha regularly provides resuscitation training for the Avon LMC, where she has also received great feedback. As Alyesha works in general practice herself, she understands what staff in this setting need to know, and therefore her training is focused, using real life examples that everyone can relate to, and can also provide information on what equipment is required in general practice for emergency situations.