Chloe Farrington

Job Role
Sessional Lecturer in Nursing

Biography

Chloe started studying in 2011 and completed her nursing degree at Wrexham Glyndwr University in 2014. On completion of the programme, she secured her first job working for the NHS in the Emergency Department at the Wrexham Maelor hospital. Chloe has worked there for the past 10 years, three as a healthcare assistant and 7 as a trained staff nurse. During her time in the Emergency Department, she worked in all areas including triage, minors, majors, and the resuscitation room, looking after children, adults, and mental health patients gaining a vast amount of acute clinical skills and experience in trauma care. Her career has also included supporting students and new members of staff in the clinical environment. Chloe is keen to develop the clinical skills of student nurses and help them become the best nurses they can be. Chloe is currently studying towards her Post Graduate Certificate – learning and teaching in higher education qualification. She has recently started her new role as Lecturer in Nursing and is looking forward to sharing her enthusiasm about nursing and healthcare to the Nurses of the future.

Qualifications

Glyndwr University: 09/2021- Current

Post Graduate Certificate in higher education

 

Glyndwr University: 03/2011-03/2014

Qualification: Adult Nursing Degree.

 

Sterling University: 2016-2017.

Best practice in Dementia Care

 

BCUHB : 07/12/2016

Mental Health training

 

BCUHB :09/08/2016

Decontamination Training

 

Resusitaion council: 09/09/2017

Intermediate life support

 

Resusitaion council: 22/08/2016

paediatric intermediate life support

 

BCUHB: 08/05/2019

Be proud-counselling for staff/ Upping moral

 

BCUHB: 02/07/2019

Learning Disability Champion

 

BCUHB: 18/07/2019

Blood transfusion Traning

 

BCUHB: 04/09/2019

Venepuncture and cannulation

 

BCUHB: 26/08/2015

Medicines Management

 

BCUHB 26/08/2015

Tissue Viability

 

BCUHB: 20/05/2015

Health and safety, fire safety and infection control.

 

BCUHB: 20/05/15

Emergency department critical illness.

 

BCUHB: 07/11/2015

POVA Training

 

BCUHB: 11/09/16

Child protection

 

BCUHB: 2016

Domestic violence training

Courses