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60 seconds with nurse educator Sue McBean

Sue McBean may be an experienced author, teacher, activist, researcher and nurse, but she is still keen to carry on learning.
Sue McBean

Sue McBean may be an experienced author, teacher, activist, researcher and nurse, but she is still keen to carry on learning

A qualified nurse, district nurse and health visitor, Sue McBean prioritises health inequalities and primary health care in her work. She has a master’s degree in health education and recently retired from full-time academic work.

What are your main work responsibilities?

To generate discussion on issues related to nursing practice, education and continuing professional development as an author, researcher and academic. I speak at conferences and review articles submitted for publication.

Who are your clients/patients?

For three decades my clients tended to be students and qualified nurses. In future, I see my client group becoming all health and social care staff and students.

What do you love about your job?

Communicating with colleagues. I am

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