Tina Kendrick RN, PIC Cert., B.Nurs. (Hons), M.Nurs., FACN, FACCCN
NSW Newborn and paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETS NSW)
School of Nursing, University of Tasmania
Tina is the Paediatric Clinical Nurse Consultant at NETS NSW (Moving Intensive Care for Kids), a Clinical Lecturer and doctoral student at the School of Nursing, University of Tasmania and a Fellow and Life Member of the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses. Tina has been practicing, teaching and researching in paediatrics and critical care for the past three decades. She has co-authored book chapters and journal articles on critically ill children, critical care nurse practice standards, credentialing for specialist critical care nurses, and transition to specialty practice. Tina’s current research and quality projects are focussed on infants retrieved with bronchiolitis, humidified high flow oxygen therapy in infants and children, and the use of the paediatric index of mortality (PIM) and other quality measures in paediatric retrieval.