Combining knowledge, skills, insight and expertise developed over 30 years in clinical and educational delivery environments across the United Kingdom (UK) and internationally, I have built a comprehensive research, practice and education portfolio around children and young people. I am a widely recognised nurse specialist in the care of children and young people with cancer. I have played a leading role in developing many child health evidence-based practice initiatives both within my previous University and more widely across the UK.
My PhD thesis, entitled ‘A Life Interrupted: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Young People and their Family / Significant Other Living with Malignant Melanoma’ was submitted in January 2020. Viva was March 2020.
Research interests are nursing children and young people living with cancer. Palliative and end of life care. Pedagogy.
Developing as a Professional Nurse
Family-centred care/person-centred care
EBP and Research
Mobility - learning from an international perspective
McInally, W., McCann L., (2019) Children and Young People with Cancer in the Glasper and Richardson, Elsevier, London.
McInally, W., (2018) Malignant Melanoma: How Do We Meet the Needs of Young People and Their Families? Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing Issue 4 1-4.
McInally, W., Pouso Lista, M, J., McLaren, N., Willis, D, S., (2017) Widening Access; Developing an eLearning Resource for Health and Social Care Professionals Caring for Children and Young People with Cancer, Journal Cancer Education https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28963638 McInally, W., Willis, D., (2017) Impact of policy for Children and Young People with Cancer, Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing, Volume 40, Issue 2, 68-70.
McInally, W., Garner, B., Metcalfe, S., (2015) ENRICHING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE THROUGH A COLLABORATIVE CULTURAL LEARNING MODEL, Creative Nursing: A Journal of Values, Issues, Experience, and Collaboration Creative Health Care Management, (21) 3 161-166.
European Oncology Nursing Society
European School Oncology
Western Carolina University
Lahti University Finland
Widening Access; Developing an eLearning Resource for Health and Social Care Professionals Caring for Children and Young People with Cancer (2019-02)
McInally, Wendy; Pouso Lista, Maria J.; McLaren, Natalia and Willis, Diane S.
Journal of Cancer Education, 34(1) (pp. 180-185)
Malignant Melanoma: How Do We Meet the Needs of Young People and Their Families? (2018)
Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing, 41(1) (pp. 5-8)
Impact of policy for Children and Young People with Cancer (2017)
McInally, Wendy and Willis, D. S.
Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing, 40(2) (pp. 68-70)
Developing global citizenship online: An authentic alternative to overseas clinical placement (2013-10)
Strickland, Karen; Adamson, Elizabeth; McInally, Wendy; Tiittanen, Hannele and Metcalfe, Sharon
Nurse Education Today, 33(10) (pp. 1160-1165)
International collaboration: developing an international nursing module through the use of Wiki technology. (2012-12)
Metcalfe, Sharon; McInally, Wendy; Strickland, Karen; Adamson, Elizabeth and Tiittanen, Hannele
Educational developments, 13(3) (pp. 18-22)
Whose line is it anyway? Management of central venous catheters in children (2005)
Paediatric Nursing, 17(5) (pp. 14-18)
Life Interrupted: Young people and their family/significant other living with malignant melanoma: an interpretive phenomenological analysis (2020-10-14)
In : SIOP 2020 (14-17 Oct 2020, Virtual)