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AYAH appoints clinical nurse educator

Amy Dunlop has seen the value high quality nursing care brings to the lives of those with life-limiting illness.

With a career spanning palliative care, aged care, community health, post anaesthetic recovery, emergency and education, Amy has always been passionate about delivering excellent care to patients and their families. She has recently started in her newest role as clinical nurse educator at the Manly Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice (AYAH).

“In this role I am able combine my previous experience in palliative care and education with the chance to be part of developing such an important service,” she said.

“I am eager to learn from and with my team members and the adolescents in our care.”

I want to help build resilient and capable nurses, supporting them to excel in their practice and deliver excellent care
AYAH clinical nurse educator

Being the first adolescent palliative care unit in Australia, Amy said she is excited to be at the forefront of the speciality.

“This is a unique opportunity to support a team of nurses to become Australia’s experts in adolescent palliative care nursing,” she said.

“It is a privilege to care for young people and their families facing such immense challenges and I am excited to help create a space that is life affirming for patients and staff alike.”

At the AYAH, Amy’s aim is to help build a caring and collaborative community.

Recruitment of staff for AYAH is progressing and most of the positions have been filled including medical specialist, nursing, allied health and support staff. 

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