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Sue trained in London and possesses a clinical background in Emergency nursing. She has worked in Australia and New Zealand for many years. While there she held posts in management and teaching. Sue's special interests include management and health and the acquisition of clinical skills in the curriculum.
Sue has obtained many qualifications since training in 1986 as a Registered General Nurse at King’s College Hospital ,London. She moved onto obtaining in 1996 a Bachelor of Nursing from Perth, Australia before completing in 2000 a Graduate Diploma in Business.
In 2002 Sue completed a Graduate Certificate in Emergency Nursing from Perth, Australia before moving back to England and completing in 2006 a Master of Business Administration- (UCLan). While teaching at Uclan she acquired a Teaching Toolkit (UCLan) and in 2009 a Postgraduate Certificate in Education.(UCLan)
Sue is registered with the Nursing Midwifery Council and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Publications include Quayle, S. (2008). Observations, in Richardson, R. (ed) (2008) Clinical skills for student nurses, Devon: Reflect Press ltd
Quayle, S. (2008). Early Warning Scores - The Detection of Deterioration, in Richardson, R. (ed) (2008) Clinical skills for student nurses, Devon: Reflect Press ltd
Quayle, S. (2008). Specimen collection and Infection Control, in Richardson, R. (ed) (2008) Clinical skills for student nurses, Devon: Reflect Press ltd
Sue is currently Module Leader for Understanding Health and Health Care Delivery and Course leader for Safe and Effective Patient Transfer. She is involved in curriculum design and teaching on modules which include clinical skills.