Sue is a senior physiotherapy lecturer and UG physiotherapy placement lead. She teaches clinical education, placement preparation and employability. She also works alongside practice educators to train and support them for physiotherapy students on placement, and works with service providers to ensure students experience physiotherapy within current healthcare environments.
Sue qualified at Sheffield City Polytechnic in 1987, and since then has held a variety of clinical posts, specialising within the musculoskeletal field. She currently works in both the NHS and private practice alongside her role at Sheffield Hallam University. Sue joined the team as an associate lecturer in 2003, and a permanent lecturer in 2014.
Clinical education/preparation for practice Employability
Developing new ideas for clinical supervision Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
Allied Health Professions
Health And Wellbeing
PLEASE project- a faculty wide study into students' preparedness for placements.
Physiotherapy- Developing professional practice, clinical education, employability