Mrs Anne Mette Adams

Associate Lecturer in Nursing

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Sturt North (N311)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Anne Mette Adams is an intensive care nurse, teacher and researcher, with work experience from Danish, Norwegian and Australian health care settings. She joined Flinders University in 2016 determined to improve nursing care and expand nursing knowledge. Her teaching interests include high acuity nursing, cardiac nursing, introduction to the nursing profession, pathophysiology and pharmacology. She strives to make her students feel empowered and safe to speak up, and believes that teaching must be student-focused, meaningful and engaging. Anne Mette's research interests include intensive care nursing, patient and family centered care, guideline development, systematic reviews, nurse wellbeing and nurse leadership. Guided by the Fundamental of Care framework, her PhD focuses on identifying non-pharmacological approaches to reduce patient agitation in the intensive care unit.

Qualifications

Honours (nursing) (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 - 2003)

Honours, awards and grants

2020: ACCCN Research Seeding Grant

2020: Australian Government RTP Scholarship

2018: First Class Honours

2018: ACCCN SA Members Professional Fund Grant

2017: School of Nursing and Midwifery Honours Scholarship

Key responsibilities

PhD candidate

Teaching interests

High acuity nursing, cardiac nursing, introduction to the nursing profession, pathophysiology and pharmacology.