Skip navigation

Dr Graham McClelland

Assistant Professor

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

I am a paramedic by background and worked for North East Ambulance Service for 20 years (Advanced Technician, Paramedic, HART Paramedic, Research Paramedic, Paramedic Research Fellow) before joining Northumbria University. I have been involved in clinical research since 2011 and would describe myself as a pragmatic mixed methods researcher.

Graham McClelland

My research interests include prehospital and emergency care of stroke as well as prehospital care of other time critical conditions. More broadly I am interested in anything involving paramedics or ambulance services.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Comparison of prehospital stroke care at private homes and residential care settings, Finney, O., McClelland, G., Shaw, L., Price, C. 2 Sep 2023, In: Journal of Paramedic Practice
  • Development of training aimed at reducing ambulance on-scene times with stroke patients and evaluation in practice, McClelland, G., Burrow, E., Stagg, H., Shaw, L., Finch, T., Price, C. 4 Dec 2023, UK Stroke Forum 2023
  • Hyperventilation in cardiac arrest—a systematic review and narrative synthesis, Kirk, B., McClelland, G., Hepburn, S. 2 Nov 2023, In: Journal of Paramedic Practice
  • On-scene times during ambulance assessment of stroke patients across England from December 2021 to November 2022, McClelland, G., Stagg, H., Shaw, L., Finch, T., Price, C. 4 Dec 2023, UK Stroke Forum 2023
  • P10 ‘I don’t want to put myself in harm’s way trying to help somebody’: Knowledge and attitudes towards bystander cardio-plumonary resuscitation in North East England – findings from a qualitative interview study, Blair, L., Charlton, K., Scott, S., Davidson, T., Scott, J., Burrow, E., McClelland, G., Mason, A. 24 Aug 2023, Society for Social Medicine and Population Health (SSM)
  • The RESearch PARamedic Experience (RESPARE) study: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of research paramedics working in the United Kingdom, McClelland, G., Limmer, M., Charlton, K. 1 Mar 2023, In: British Paramedic Journal
  • What factors contribute towards ambulance on-scene times for suspected stroke patients? An observational study, McClelland, G., Burrow, E., Alton, A., Shaw, L., Finch, T., Price, C. 1 Jun 2023, In: European Stroke Journal
  • A qualitative exploration of the views of paramedics regarding the identification of cardiovascular risk factors in the pre-hospital environment, Taylor, J., McClelland, G. 1 Jun 2022, In: British Paramedic Journal
  • Documentation of atrial fibrillation among non-conveyed ambulance patients: a new primary prevention opportunity?, Heppenstall, E., McClelland, G., Price, C., Wilkinson, C. 1 Jun 2022, In: British Paramedic Journal
  • How do interventions to improve the efficiency of acute stroke care affect prehospital times? A systematic review and narrative synthesis, McClelland, G., Hepburn, S., Finch, T., Price, C. 3 Sep 2022, In: BMC Emergency Medicine

  • Health PhD January 17 2019
  • Health MRes

Our Staff

a sign in front of a crowd

Northumbria Open Days

Open Days are a great way for you to get a feel of the University, the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the course(s) you are interested in.

Research at Northumbria

Research at Northumbria

Research is the life blood of a University and at Northumbria University we pride ourselves on research that makes a difference; research that has application and affects people's lives.

NU World

Explore NU World

Find out what life here is all about. From studying to socialising, term time to downtime, we’ve got it covered.

Latest News and Features

Military uniform
Nursing Degree Apprenticeship shortlisted for national award
Simulated learning using virtual reality recognised as example of best practice in nursing education
Mothers working on the quilts at the community workshops hosted by the researchers.
Greenland Ice Sheet near Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
A three-year research project, led by academics from Northumbria University, aims to better connect the care system and expand it include creative health approaches such as art, crafts, sports, gardening or cooking to provide holistic support tailored to individuals. Getty Images.
More news

Back to top