Sue Lenthall is an experience researcher, educator and academic particularly in the field of rural and remote health and remote area nursing. Sue has a background as a remote area nurse in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Queensland and in Central Australia. Sue has worked as educator coordinator withy the RACGPs in Queensland and as an academic with Flinders University in the Northern Territory. Sue was the foundation course coordinator of the Remote Health Practice Program and has developed numberous curricula for remote health professionals.  Sue completed a PhD in ‘’reducing occupational stress among nurses in very remote Northern Territory and has.conducted research and supervised research students in numerous projects involving qualitative and quantitative methods. In particular, utilising participative action research (PAR), Change management, surveys, SPSS and thematic analysis. As well as writing journal papers.


  • Remote Health, Remote Area Nursing, Health services research. Improving delivery of health services in very remote Australia
  • 2017 - CRANAplus Aurora Award, Acknowledgment of leadership and outstanding contribution to remote area health in Australia
  • 2017 - Australian Award for University Teaching - Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning for facilitating quality workplace-based supervision practice for health professionals in remote locations
  • 2016 - Staff outstanding contribution to Flinders University
  • 2009 - CRANAplus award for contribution to Remote Health through Research and Education
  • 2007 - Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning for the design and implementation of a multidisciplinary curriculum to meet the learning needs of Remote Health Professionals
  • CRANAplus

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