Annette Carley, RN, MS, NNP-BC, PNP-BC
My interest is in developing innovative curriculum for pediatric and neonatal programs, including distance modalities (videoconferencing, web-based work). I was an early Moodle adopter in the UCSF School of Nursing and have used this throughout the neonatal curriculum. I hold a joint non-salaried appointment at UCSF Medical Center and participate in collaborative projects related to neonatal staff competencies, advanced practice roles in the medical center, and neonatal care.
- Neonatal Health Assessment
- Neonatal Pathophysiology
- Neonatal and Pediatric Nutrition
- Fetal Risks in Pregnancy
- Clinical Practica & Advanced Practice Seminars
- Member, National Association of Neonatal Nurses & National Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (2010: Task force on Neonatal Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice; 2010: NNP Education Standards)
- Member, Academy of Neonatal Nursing (2003-now: Editorial Consultant & CE Reviewer; 2010-now: Executive Committee)
- Member, Sigma Theta Tau & Alpha Eta Chapter (2008-now AE Newsletter Editor)
|2009||Excellence in Educational or Curricular Innovation Award, UCSF|
- Carley A. (2010). What's for lunch? Journal of Nursing Education, 49, 237-238.
- Carley A. (2008). Beyond the NICU: Can at-risk infant patients be better served? Advance for Nurses. www.advancefornurses.com
- Carley A. (2007). Neonatal pulmonary disorders. In DB Longobucco & VA Ruth (Eds.), Neonatal surgical procedures: A guide for care and management (pp. 59-112). Santa Rosa: NICU Ink Publishers.
- Carley A. (2003). Anemia: When is it iron deficiency? Pediatric Nursing, 29(2), 127-133. PMID: 12723824
- Carley A. (2003). Anemia: When is it not iron deficiency? Pediatric Nursing, 29(3), 205-211. PMID: 12836997