Bowel Care Nurse
Registered Nurse; Grad Cert. Critical Care (Intensive Care); Dip Nutrition
Cert IV in Workplace Training and Assessment
Ms Farrell is a registered nurse with a background in Intensive Care nursing (Prince of Wales Hospital; Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge, UK; Cromwell Private Kensington, UK) Cardiac Catheteristation Lab nurse working as a Recovery, Scout and Scrub nurse for Angiograms, Angioplasties, Pacemaker & Defibrillator insertions (Eastern Heart, Prince of Wales) and works as a member of Bowel Cancer Australia's patient services team.
Ms Farrell's focus is health promotion by helping educate the public to be aware of their health and screen earlier in helping to detect potential disease processes early.
Bowel Cancer Australia registered nurses provide information and support to anyone with a question or experience related to bowel cancer. This service is typically of most value to people newly diagnosed with bowel cancer and their families, particularly during the first 6 to 12 weeks of treatment.
The bowel care nurse service enables patients to clarify information they have been given earlier by their treating doctor and other members of the health team.
Bowel Cancer Australia's Bowel Care Nurses add an extra layer of support to the trusted relationship patients have with their treating medical team at a very difficult time at Bowel Cancer Australia's Bowel Care Nurse webpage
Contact Our Media Team
For assistance with media enquiries, including arranging interviews with any of our team (e.g. specialists, nurses, nutritionist, CEO) patients or loved ones from around Australia, please contact Mahsa on 02 9923 8269 or 0422 180 674