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'Keep everything in perspective': Teenage Cancer Trust nurse consultant Sue Morgan

Sue Morgan, Teenage Cancer Trust nurse consultant and lead nurse at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, on her passion for this ever-changing specialty
Sue Morgan

Sue Morgan , Teenage Cancer Trust nurse consultant and lead nurse at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, on her passion for this ever-changing specialty.

What does your job involve?

I lead the development and work of the team and support the direction of the work undertaken in Leeds Principal Treatment Centre and across the Humber and Yorkshire region.

Why did you choose to specialise in working with children and young people with cancer?

In my first role as a registered sick children’s nurse (RSCN), I was placed on a paediatric oncology ward. I was initially daunted by this, having had a brother who had leukaemia. But once I started it soon felt like home.

What might you have done otherwise?

I have never thought of doing anything else!

Where did you train?

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