Trauma on the Border 2020 discussing Trauma in Obstetrics
Rory Jackson is a Critical Care Paramedic with the Queensland Ambulance Service where he has worked since 2007. He currently works as a Clinical Support Officer for the Metro North Brisbane region and as an educator at QUT and ACU for the Bachelor of Paramedicine programs. Rory has also worked as a Flight Paramedic in Toowoomba and Brisbane and has worked with the London Ambulance Service as a Registered Paramedic gaining valuable experience from other services.
Rory is also a Registered Midwife, recently finishing his studies through ACU and works in the maternity department at the Logan Hospital. He is passionate about pre-hospital medicine and during his career has developed a strong interest in providing quality care during pregnancy, labour and birth sparking his choice to embark on a new career as a Midwife. Rory believes in providing person-centered care for all patients and is dedicated to supporting and empowering paramedics with the knowledge, skills and guidance required to provide quality care to all patients, particularly women and families during their pregnancy, labour and birth.
Rory Jackson is a Critical Care Paramedic with the Queensland Ambulance Service where he has worked since 2007.