1. Communicating with children, young people and their families Jennifer Fraser and Clare Davies; 2. Skills for protecting children Robyn Penny and Jennifer Fraser; 3. Paediatric assessment skills Catherine Marron and Elizabeth Forster; 4. Paediatric nursing skills relating to mental health nursing Jennifer Fraser, Lisa Hutchinson, Sarah McDowell and Carla Trudgett; 5. Paediatric nursing skills relating to the adolescent Lisa Hutchinson and Jennifer Fraser; 6. Wound and skin care: paediatric skills Ibi Patane; 7. Paediatric medication administration Elizabeth Forster, Dianne Maher and Ibi Patane; 8. Paediatric pain assessment and management Elizabeth Forster and Catherine Kotzur; 9. Paediatric neurological skills Elizabeth Forster and Meg Caughlan; 10. Paediatric nursing skills: respiratory Elizabeth Forster and Loretta Scaini-Clarke; 11. Paediatric nursing skills: cardiovascular Elizabeth Forster, Ruth McCaffery and Deborah Pegg; 12. Paediatric nursing skills: supporting breastfeeding Elizabeth Forster and Bridget Roache; 13. Evidence-based paediatric fluid balance and nutrition Nicola Brown and Janet Green; 14. Evidence-based paediatric nursing skills relating to elimination Ibi Patane and Elizabeth Forster.
Elizabeth Forster is a registered nurse and Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences at the University of Southern Queensland. Her teaching experience includes undergraduate general and paediatric nursing and post graduate paediatrics and child health. Her clinical interests and experience includes acute paediatrics and PICU. She has co-edited a text in Paediatric Nursing in Australia with Jennifer Fraser, Donna Waters and Nicola Brown. Her research interests include paediatric end of life care, developing student nurses' bereavement support skills and paediatric pain. Jennifer Fraser is a registered nurse and Associate Professor in Nursing at the University of Sydney. Her research activities support the relationship between research, policy and practice in paediatric and child health nursing. She studies ways to reduce child behaviour problems, prevent child abuse and neglect, and improve paediatric and child health care nationally and internationally. Her research in the area of child maltreatment prevention has contributed to ongoing implementation of home visiting programs throughout Australia as well as to developing health workforce capacity within Australia and internationally.