Sue Cechner's varied nursing career has included being charge sister of a plastic surgery unit, sister-in-charge of the cardio-thoracic unit and a nurse educator at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, and working in several London hospitals. She spent ten years on Bougainville Island in Papua New Guinea. For the past eighteen years Sue has been involved in the aged care industry, previously as a director of nursing (in Victoria and NSW). She combines her role in aged care with facilitating workshops and running a successful complementary therapies practice. Her career path has been very important to Sue and she feels fortunate to have been able to combine several of her interests �C educating health care workers, aged care (in particular, dementia care) complementary therapies, communication with the family?unit, taking control of health and wellbeing, stress management and research into the use of complementary therapies in nursing.
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