Sue Lillyman

Sue Lillyman is a registered nurse and midwife with a background in older people, end of life, long-term conditions and care of people with dementia and frailty. She is an associate lecturer for the University of Worcester and programme lead for Education for Health. She also teaches management and leadership in healthcare, teaching and learning for clinical practice, reflective practice and ethical issues. She is an active researcher in the fields of international students, student exchange and end of life issues. She is widely published including educational books and in academic journals.

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Promoting Health and Wellbeing

An introductory textbook for nursing and healthcare students seeking to understand how to promote health and prevent ill health.

Essentials books feature clear explanations, scenarios, activities and case studies to help students get to grips with the subject quickly and easily.

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