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Chloë Dyer

Chloë Dyer RN, FHEA, BSc (Hons), Adv Dip

Course Leader

Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

0238 201 6213 ext. 6213 Room no. RM126

Biography

Chloë is a registered adult nurse, having qualified in 2009. She worked in acute healthcare settings before moving into education in 2014. During this time, she undertook mentorship training and enjoyed supporting student nurses in clinical practice.

Chloë has an extensive background in neurosciences nursing and education, has lectured on supporting learners in practice and neurosciences, and previously taught post-qualifying modules.

Before joining the team at Solent in 2019, her most recent position was as the education lead for neurosciences at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, supporting staff and student education and development.

Since joining Solent, Chloë has designed and delivered modules across the nursing portfolio. She is a practice link lecturer and lead for practice placement modules. She is also the admissions tutor for the course.

Her passion is student engagement and satisfaction, with particular focus on supporting learning in practice settings. Her research experience and interests are in the assessment and support of learners in practice and the clinical credibility of nurse academics.

In the past, Chloë has worked at the University of Southampton, both in supporting the delivery of clinical skills, developing and implementing an electronic assessment of practice, and leading postgraduate modules.

Taught courses

Further information

  1. Industry experience

    Chloë worked as a neurosurgical nurse at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHSFT) for five years, then stepped into part-time education for clinical staff. This led to a full-time position as a clinical educator in neurosciences, alongside a secondment to work at the University of Southampton (2014-2018). She then took on the lead educator role at UHSFT, leading a team of educators and supporting staff education and development, eventually joining Solent in January 2019.
  2. Teaching experience

    Chloë has been teaching formally since 2014, both in clinical practice and in university settings. She especially enjoys teaching coaching, supervision and educational theory, as well as long-term conditions and the psychology of behaviour change.
  3. Research interests

    Chloë’s research experience and interests are in the assessment and support of learners in practice - she is currently undertaking an MSc focusing on the clinical credibility of nurse academics. Chloë presented at the Nurse Education Today conference in 2015 - the study was subsequently published in the BJN. In addition, she facilitated a national event to disseminate the research and to share good practice.
  4. Recent publications

    Morgan P & Dyer C 2015. Implementing an e-Assessment of Professional Practice. British Journal of Nursing, 2015, Vol 24, No 21 P1068- 10.