Liam Webb started working in healthcare by undertaking my Duke of Edinburgh award, as part of this he volunteered for the British Red Cross. He quickly realised how enjoyable this was and in 2012 started a BSc (Hons) in Paramedic Science. He has worked for London Ambulance Service as a paramedic for the Tactical Response Unit. He has also undertaken leadership roles within ambulance control rooms and front line for South Western Ambulance Service as an Operations Officer. Furthermore, he worked internationally in the Middle East providing close medical protection to government officials. On his return to the UK he returned to London where working as a Clinical Transformation Fellow. He holds the Diploma in Immediate Medical Care and an MSc in Emergency Medicine and Resuscitation. He wishes to undertake a PhD to understand how we can improve the care we give to patients following resuscitation.