Contextualising Multi-Leveled System Evidence to Inform the Design & Modeling of an Airport Healthcare Service
I use a mixed-methods approach to synthesise and contextualise evidence from a macro-, meso- and micro-systems level to design and model an evidence-based airport healthcare service against the Intervention Levels Framework.
The project will identify, describe, synthesis and contextualise the following evidence related to Airport Healthcare:
- International health legislation
- Barriers & facilitators to system performance
- Organisational Workstreams and operational procedures
I use the evidence to develop the following Quality Measurement Tools for Airport Healthcare:
- Composit Key Performance Indicators
- Performance Monitoring Tool
- System Model for the Airport Healthcare Service
I began working in Airport Healthcare in 2016 as a Duty Supervisor. I was promoted into the Chief Paramedic Officer in 2019 after graduating from the University of New South Wales (Australia) in 2018 with a Master in Health Management and a Master in International Public Health.
I began in Paramedicine in 2008 when I started studying towards my Bachelor of Emergency Medical Care at the University of Johannesburg. I Completed the degree in 2013 and began working in a Private Rural Paramedicine Service in South Africa.
Here I was exposed to the full spectrum of paramedicine, including, road operations on both ambulances and primary response vehicles; critical care retrieval on both Road ICU Vehicles, Helicopter EMS (HEMS) and Fixed-wing Aeromedical Services.
In 2015 I began working in a Public Rural Paramedicine Service as an operational paramedic before moving in Airport Paramedicine.
- Health Policy & Systems Research
- Health Management & Quality Improvement
- Emergency Care Operations
- Disaster Management
- Airport Healthcare, Port Health & Travel Medicine