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Mrs Annabel McKay

Mrs Annabel McKay
Name Annabel McKay
Position Clinical Facilitator
Section School of Nursing and Midwifery
Office I228
Location Ipswich Campus
Phone +61 7 3812 6239
Extension 6239
Email

Annabel is a motivated and enthusiastic healthcare professional and academic with highly developed communication skills, who has the ability to build strong relationships with peers, professional colleagues, students and the wider community. She displays a strong commitment to academic excellence, provides holistic, compassionate nursing care, and a willingness to demonstrate leadership qualities. She has been the recipient of multiple awards, including Australian Nurse of the Year, Pride of Australia Medal for Care and Compassion and The Professor Catherine Turner Medal for Excellence in Nursing. Annabel has also been nominated for Young Australian of the Year, Young Queenslander of the Year and Queenslander Teacher of the Year. She is dedicated to her students and hopes to model exceptional attributes of a nurse to the emerging nurses of today.


Research interests
Aged Care, Palliative Care, Cancer Care, Haematological Disorders, Oncology, Disability, Clinical Education, Nursing Students, Applying theory to Practice

Currently teaching courses/programs
NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice
NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B
NUR2102 Chronic Care across the Lifespan B

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
3 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
4 Years

Research most recent
Moloney, C, Turner, E, Roderick, G, Luyke, P, Issac, H, Bayfield, L, Nutter, H, McKay, A & Armstrong J 2019, 'Surviving the Tsunami of an Ageing Academic Workforce. Mentorship for the Next Generation'.