Sue Jolley Lecturer in Paediatric Nursing Faculty of Health Sciences School of Health and Social Work firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1482 464634 Sue began her nursing career as a Registered General Nurse with clinical experience in adult intensive care and gastroenterology before undertaking registered sick children's nursing at the Evelina London Children's Hospital. She has worked within general paediatric and intensive care units, both in the UK and Australia, specialising in paediatric liver disease. Sue is currently Programme Director for BSc Nursing (Child) and delivers theory and practice modules within the programme. She is also link lecturer for local service providers ensuring that support is available for both student and mentor within clinical placements. Research Research Interests Paediatric palliative care Intensive care provision Publications McSherry W, Jolley S (2009) 'Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Children and Families', Palliative Care for Children and Families, Price J, McNeilly P (eds). Palgrave Macmillan Teaching Programmes taught on (2018) Nursing (Child) Programmes taught on (2019) Nursing (Child) Modules list Managing Complexity in Clinical Practice (Child) Children's Nursing Practice Skills for Practice Teaching awards and accolades PGCE(A) FHEA Professional highlights Academic qualifications MSc RSCN RGN PG Cert Backcare External roles Link Lecturer for various clinical environments across the Humber region, making regular clinical visits and providing support and enabling effective communication between student, mentor and faculty.