Grainne Cooney BSc Hons Rgn Rm Asymptomatic Screening Nurse

Grainne qualified as a registered nurse in 1993 in Barnet College of Nursing and Midwifery. After working in a paediatric ward in Barnet General Hospital for a year she moved to St Thomas' Hospital London. Here she completed the

'Special and Intensive Nursing Care of the Newborn' course at the Nightingale School, King's College London while working in the neonatal intensive care unit there. In 1996 Grainne began her midwifery training at Queen Charlotte's Hospital London and completed her BSc (Hons) in Midwifery at Thames Valley University. After working at Queen Charlotte's for several years Grainne took six months out to travel around South-East Asia.

On her return Grainne qualified in Family Planning Nursing at Middlesex University in 2000 and worked in Northwick Park Sexual Health Clinic for two years. During this time she completed her sexual health training at Thames Valley University. Travelling was still on the agenda, and in 2002 Grainne took a year out to travel and work as a midwife in Australia. In 2003 she commenced working in the John Hunter Clinic at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. She is currently working there as a Trainee Nurse Practitioner in Sexual and Reproductive Health, with a special interest in Family Planning.

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