Huynh, Ngoc

RN, MN Monash University Senior Lab Instructor III
Email: Phone:
250-960-5512
Campus:
  • Prince George

Biography

Ngoc started her nursing career at Vancouver General Hospital and eventually transitioned to BC Women’s and Children’s Hospital. She has worked in the Middle East and volunteered in numerous countries. While working and visiting different countries, Ngoc obtained her post-graduate diploma and a graduate degree in Wound Care and Nursing Education from Monash University in Australia.

She teaches mainly in the areas of adult acute care and nursing leadership and has maintained her clinical practice. She strongly believes in advocacy and quality care provision for marginalized populations. Ngoc is the current president of the Western North-western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.

Research and Expertise

Children with Complex Care Needs
Health Inequities
Intersectionality
Pediatric and Perinatal Palliative Care
Nursing Leadership
Nursing Pedagogy

Research Fields:
  • Health
  • Human Rights
Areas of Expertise:

Children with Complex Care Needs Health Inequities Intersectionality Nursing Leadership Nursing Pedagogy

Not available to supervise graduate students

Selected Publications

Chapters in Book

Huynh, Ngoc. (2019). Nursing Care of the Child with an Alteration in Tissue Integrity/Integumentary Disorder in Caroline Saunders, Canadian Maternity and Pediatric Nursing. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. (Forthcoming).

Other Contributions

  • INACSL Standards Organizational Review in 2014 of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Standards of Best Practice: Simulation (2014).

Curriculum Vitae

PDF icon CV for Ngoc Huynh

Education

  • Master of Nursing, (2012) University of Monash, Melbourne, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Graduate Diploma in Wound Care, (2011) University of Monash, Melbourne, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Diploma of Nursing, (2002) British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby, School of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Arts, (1999) Simon Fraser University, Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies (previously Department of Women’s Studies)