Mette Adams is an associate lecturer with expertice in critical care nursing. In 2015, after a decade of working within critical care and high acuity areas of nursing in Denmark, Norway and Australia, she started her teaching career at a university college in Norway. She joined Flinders University by the end of 2016 determined to improve nursing care and expand nursing knowledge in Australia. Mette's research interests include: patient and family centered care, intensive care nursing, nurse wellbeing and nurse leadership. Her teaching interst include: cardiac nursing, introduction to the nursing profession, pathophysiology and pharmacology.
Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) (Flinders University)
Flinders Foundation of University Teaching Certificate (Flinders University)
Master of Nursing (Flinders University)
GradDip in Critical Care (Flinders University)
Bachelor of Nursing (University College Lillebaelt, Denmark)
2018: First Class Honours
2018: ACCCN SA Members Professional Fund Grant
2017: School of Nursing and Midwifery Honours Scholarship
High acuity nursing, cardiac nursing, introduction to the nursing profession, pathophysiology and pharmacology.
School of Nursing and Midwifery Membership
- Honours Programs Subcommittee (2017-2018)
- Postgraduate Subcommittee (2016-2019)
- Exam board (2016-2019)
Professional and Community Membership
- Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (SA State Committee member)
- Australian College of Nurses (ACN)
- The International Learning Collaborative (ILC)
Reviewer of the Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN)
Reviewer of Journal of Nursing Management
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