Sue qualified as a nurse in the West Midlands and worked in critical care, in both the NHS and private sector before moving into academia at the University of Southampton, where she obtained an MA(ed) and her PhD.
Sue has extensive experience within health education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has led curricula development and her teaching focuses on the identification and management of critically ill patient.
Sue’s PhD explored the visual attention of novice and expert nurses, developing a new methodology which combined eye movement and viewers spoken thoughts. The use of technology in understanding people and their health is Sue’s main research interest and focus of her PhD supervision.
Joining the University of York in September 2019.
Sue's research focuses on the use of technology in healthcare, curriculum development and advanced practice.