Sue has 32 years experience in the NHS with 15 years as a Consultant Allied Health Professional clinician (physiotherapy) leading tertiary services in complex weaning from mechanical and home based tracheostomy ventilation.
Qualifying with her MSc in 2004, she was a trailblazer for extending clinical skills and has written and developed various clinical training and assessment templates, while qualifying as a supplementary and independent prescriber in 2006. Sue gained her PGCE in 2005 and is an experienced senior university lecturer in respiratory medicine, and a national training co-ordinator for a charitable respiratory medicine education provider. Over the years, Sue has been an associate lecturer for Leeds, Bradford, Cardiff and Lancaster universities at MSc level.
As a natural transfer of her autonomous advanced clinical, assessment and diagnostic skills Sue started her own successful small business in aesthetics after completing training in this field. She is now passionate about using her teaching skills in this field in order to help train confident, informed and safe injector aesthetic practitioners to provide an improved and safer public experience. Appointed to the JCCP education committee in November 2017, Sue believes knowledge and training hold the key to achieving a safer and more informed industry. Sue is proud to be a trainer and assessor with Facethetics Aesthetics, while continuing to extend her own aesthetic skills and knowledge.