Having graduated from the University of Surrey in 2019 with a BSc (Hons) in Paramedic Science, Chloe worked for South East Coast Ambulance Service for over 3 years, where she has a special interest in improving prehospital care for elderly and end of life patients. During this time, Chloe was a Practice Educator to several students from the University and assisted in the Trust’s Covid-19 vaccination programme.
Alongside the University, Chloe works for SECAmb’s Clinical Education department. This involves teaching Newly Qualified Paramedics and International Paramedics in their Transition to Practice course. Additionally, Chloe works within a Primary Care Network in the local area working with the Refugees and Asylum Seekers Service to ensure these patients have the adequate health screening, check-ups and vaccinations they require.
Chloe completed the National Institute for Health and Care Research funded Integrated Clinical Academic Programme in 2022 building upon her interest and knowledge of research and designing a research proposal investigating how Paramedics can improve care for patients living with dementia in the community. This enabled Chloe to network with a variety of allied health care professionals across the southeast of England.
University roles and responsibilities
- Lecturer, Paramedic Science
- Personal Tutor, Paramedic Science