Anne Moylan is an Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with the role of Lecturer and Programme Leader for the qualification in speciality of Neonatal nursing (QIS). 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 15 years.
This includes curriculum development in midwifery, child health and neonatal education at Edinburgh Napier University. Anne is also a training course director for Nurse Education Scotland, the education and training body for NHS Scotland. This role involves organising delivering and supervising specific multidisciplinary NES courses across Scotland. Anne has extensive experience in developing education programmes for both registered and non-registered staff. Is an advanced life support instructor and simulation trainer involved in developing simulation scenario training in neonatal education. Anne was recently appointed by Grampian Health Board as a Consultant Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with the responsibility of developing and embedding an education and training package in Aberdeen maternity tertiary level neonatal unit.
Anne has carried out neonatal nursing teaching in Da Nang, Vietnam for Newborns Vietnam. The aim of this project was to improve care by reducing neonatal mortality and promoting the health of newborn children and their mothers. Furthermore Anne lectured on neonatal nursing at the Lausanne University in Switzerland at the Midwifery Summer Camp. This included developing and delivering content to midwifery students to improve the care pathway for newborn babies and their mothers.