Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Sue Slater

 Sue Slater

RN, RM, BHSM, MBA

Sue is the Midwifery Discipline Lead in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health. This appointment was based on Sue's extensive experience working in rural health settings overseeing a range of health services, including maternity services. Sue also has extensive experience in both metropolitan and rural health services in areas of Intensive Care, Aged Care and Health Service Management. In addition, Sue has held Executive leadership positions in the public and private sector. Sue's clinical career has likewise been diverse, including speciality practice areas of Critical Care - including Intensive and Emergency Care, Aged Care and Rehabilitation. Sue has also held many positions as a Health Service Manager and Executive CEO of both rural hospitals and Aged Care facilities. Sue holds post graduate qualifications in Intensive Care, Midwifery, Health Services Management, Certificate in Teaching & Learning and a Master of Business Administration specialising in Industrial Relations.

Sue joined CSU in 2011. Sue's passions include technology, especially the use of digital  media and Simulation and the impact on both education and peoples life's.

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Teaching Interests
  • Acute Care Nursing
  • Aged Care Nursing
  • Technology use in Education
  • Future of Education

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Professional Memberships
  • Board Member, Aged Concern, Albury
  • Board Member of Aspire Disability Services, Albury

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