Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner/Child Health Lecturer
Edinburgh Napier University
Anne Moylan is qualified as an Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Midwife and Registered General Nurse and has the current role of Lecturer and Programme Leader for the Graduate Certificate in Neonatal Nursing, Qualification in Speciality (QIS) at Edinburgh Napier university. Anne has over 30 years’ experience working in the neonatal clinical area and has been delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and master’s level education in university programmes for over 15 years.
This includes curriculum development and delivery in Midwifery, Child Health and Neonatal education at Edinburgh Napier University. Anne is also a course Director for Nurse Education of Scotland, the education and training body for NHS Scotland. Anne has extensive experience in developing education programmes for both registered and non-registered staff. She is an advanced life support instructor and simulation trainer with an interest in developing simulation scenario training in neonatal and midwifery education.
She has worked in various Health Boards in Scotland and was appointed by Grampian Health Board as a Consultant Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with the responsibility of developing and embedding a clinical education and training package in Aberdeen maternity tertiary level neonatal unit and a neonatal outreach nursing team in Grampian region.
Recently she has undertaken the role of Project Lead in Neonatal Nurse education in SE Asia. She has developed a nursing programme of theory and clinical skill education and delivered this in one of Vietnams largest Children’s hospitals in Hanoi Vietnam, working alongside a charity, Newborns Vietnam.
She is passionate about all aspects of neonatal nursing care, education and research.