Megan Farrow

Megan Farrow

Clinical Instructor of Nursing

Department: Nursing
Phone: (706) 368-6755
Fax: (706) 368-6399
Campus Box: 5048
Location: Evans Hall Room 246

Short Bio

Ms. Farrow actually earned her first degree in English Communications at Armstrong State University. She went on to complete an Associates in Nursing at Georgia Highlands College and later completed her Baccalaureate in Nursing at the University of West Georgia. Most recently she has completed her Masters in Nursing Education at Walden University. Ms. Farrow began her career as an Emergency Room (ER) technician at Floyd Hospital. Upon graduation, she continued to work in critical care. Her clinical background includes ER, Intensive care unit (ICU), postoperative care, home health, and wound care. She has also worked in several educational roles for various nursing programs in the surrounding community. She is a member of the Georgia Association of Nurse Educators and the Georgia Simulation Association. 

Teaching Interests

  • Critical care
  • Emergency care
  • Foundations
  • Pathophysiology
  • Wound care

Research Interests

  • Implementation of EBP in the educational and clinical area
  • Creative teaching strategies in the classroom
  • Maintaining critical thinking in the age of the electronic medical record (EMR)