Now offering services in Wide Bay.

About us

Who is Children’s Nursing Queensland?

Children’s Nursing Queensland was formed in 2022 with the aim of supporting children with complex needs in the community, and to minimise unnecessary hospital visits.

Natalie and Lisa are both clinical nurse consultants and registered stomal therapists, with extensive experience in supporting children with complex needs.

We offer telehealth or in home appointments depending on location and clinical need. Adult clients are welcome on request!

Meet Our Team

natalie

Natalie

After initially completing a Bachelor of Social Science with a major in sociology, Natalie’s passion for social justice closely aligns with her desire to help all patients and families to receive appropriate and compassionate health care. Since commencing her nursing career in 2015, Natalie has worked exclusively in paediatrics, is a registered Stomal Therapist and has extensive experience with surgical, stomal, urological and burns patients.

lisa

Lisa

Lisa started her career in paediatric nursing in 2012 and has worked with children with a variety of complex care needs. Her experience in spinal cord injury, brain injury, complex surgical care and continence nursing leaves her with a holistic approach to caring for children and their families. Lisa holds a Masters in Advance Practice Nursing and has shared her knowledge and skill in paediatric nursing care at the Spinal Injury Nurse Association annual conference on several occasions.

Professional publications & special interest groups

Our team is dedicated to advancing research, literature, and evidence in the area of paediatric specialities. Lisa and Natalie have contributed to the following:

  • Journal of Stomal Therapy Australia
  • The Queensland Rehabilitation Clinical Network
  • The Hive Quarterly Magazine, Australian College of Nursing
  • Australian Association of Stomal Therapy Nurses 2023 Annual Conference
  • Spinal Injury Nurse Association 2023 Annual Conference
  • InScope, Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union
  • Australian Rehabilitation Nurses Association
  • Paediatric Spinal Special Interest Group
  • Enteral Feeding Special Interest Group
Staff photo
Staff photo

Professional memberships

Our stomal therapists and clinical nurse consultants are committed to ongoing professional development to ensure the care they provide is inline with best practice guidelines. Our professional memberships include:

AASTN
AHPRA
CFA
Wounds Australia
SINA
Consa
ICS
ARNA