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Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
Job Title: Principal Lecturer
Phone: 07880 786775
Location: St George's University of Lodon
Sue qualified as a nurse in 1978, completed cardio-thoracic post-qualifying experience and then trained as a midwife in 1982. She moved from hospital-based care to a community midwifery post and completed the Advanced Diploma in Midwifery in 1987. In 1989 she moved into education, completing an MA in education in 2001.
Sue's primary interests are work-based learning, mentorship and a passion for ethics and law. She teaches across most healthcare programmes from the foundation degree to MSc level. Her main area of practice is midwifery and her main teaching subject areas include portfolio development, reflective practice and study skills for pre- and post-registration students.
She holds a number of lead roles in the School of Nursing including Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) advisor and admissions tutor for the Diploma/BSc (Hons) Health Care Practice, and module leader for Work-Based Learning, Developing Professional Practice, Mentorship and Ethics. She also supervises a number of masters students.
Heatley, Susan, Allibone, Lorraine, Ooms, Ann, Burke, Linda and Akroyd, Karen
Providing writing and language support for students who have English as a second language a pilot study.
Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 63(1),
ISSN (print) 1363-6820
Fergy, Sue, Heatley, Sue, Morgan, Graham and Hodgson, David
The impact of pre-entry study skills training programmes on students' first year experience in health and social care programmes.
Nurse Education in Practice, 8(1),
ISSN (print) 1471-5953
Heatley, Sue, Newcombe, Paul, Ooms, Ann, Menzies-Gow, Emma and Marks-Maran, Diane
Students’ experiences of undertaking a work-based learning module as part of a Diploma/BSc (Hons) in healthcare practice 2009-2011.
In: NET2013: 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference;
03-05 Sep 2013, Cambridge, U.K..