Amanda Ullman

Professor Amanda Ullman is the inaugural Professor and Chair in Paediatric Nursing, conjoint between Children’s Health Queensland and The University of Queensland.

As a clinical triallist and 'hopeful' implementation scientist, Amanda's primary research focusses on improving the most common invasive procedure in paediatrics - the insertion of an intravenous (IV) catheter. Amanda is also a Fulbright Scholar and in 2022 she worked with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania to expand research on IV-associated harm prevention.

Since 2023, Amanda has been co-Chair of the Children's Inpatient Research Collaborative of Australia and New Zealand (CIRCAN), and Director of Child UnLimited (a consumer-driven advocacy group). She spends most of her time helping clinicians to develop and lead their research programs, connecting talented people across academic and health sectors, so they can achieve great outcomes for kids, families and communities.

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