Christoph Schroth

Christoph Schroth

  • Lecturer In Paramedic Science
  • BGB
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Christoph is a Paramedic, holds a BA in Emergency and Disaster Management and is a Lecturer in Paramedic Science at Bournemouth University. He was born in Germany, but spent 19 years abroad, mostly in South Africa, before moving to the UK. He has worked for the ambulance service, as a remote site Paramedic in the offshore industry and in the Middle East and has a keen interest in teaching, emergency management and remote site medicine. His teaching experience ranges from first-aid to the public, to teaching medical care to bodyguards, teaching Ambulance Technicians and numerous other healthcare professions.

Journal Articles



  • NAEMT and Schroth, C., 2018. Chapter 10: Toxicology, Hazardous Materials, and Weapons of Mass Destruction. AMLS: Advanced Medical Life Support, UK Edition. UK: Jones and Bartlett Learning.

Internet Publications

Scholarly Editions



  • Schroth, C., 2016. Understanding your IFAK (Individual First-Aid Kit). United Kingdom: Ebcon Publishing Ltd. Published.

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Developing Advanced Paramedic Skills and Strategies (level 5)
  • Patient Assessment Fundamentals (level 4)
  • UK Core Skills Training Framework (UKCSTF) / Mandatory Training
  • Paramedic Practice Portfolio 2 (level 5)
  • Paramedic Science Context 2 (level 5)
  • Foundations for Professional Practice and Research (FPPR) (level 4)

Internal Responsibilities

  • BUPIER Representative for the Paramedic Science team, BUPIER Academic Steering Group
  • UKCSTF Representative for the Paramedic Science team, UK Core Skills Training Framework

Conference Presentations

  • Life Connections 2017, Shock & How it Should be Taught in First-Aid, 06 Jun 2017, Telford Conference Centre

Attended Training

  • AWLS¬© Advanced Wilderness Life Support, 17 Jul 2015, AWLS Provider


  • BA (Hons) in Emergency and Disaster Management (American Public University, 2016)
  • PG Cert in Remote and Offshore Medicine (Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 2011)