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Sue Hogg

Sue is Director for Children and Families.

Sue provides strategic leadership to the clinical and care teams delivering care services provided by CHAS. Responsible for leading the delivery of safe, effective and person-centred care across all settings, she ensures CHAS is part multi-agency approach to the care of children and their families.

Sue is a registered general and registered sick children's nurse and worked in hospital and community nursing posts before moving into children's palliative care in 1993. Sue joined CHAS in 1996 when Rachel House opened and has been involved in shaping how CHAS has grown and developed over the past 25 years.

Sue has responsibility for nursing, family support and allied health professional teams. This includes teams working in two children's hospices, four community team bases, a team of advanced nurse practitioners and hospital based Diana Children's Nurses. Additionally, she is part of the strategic liaison group which oversees the strategic relationship between CHAS and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde in funding the hospital based Supportive and Palliative Care Team.

Passionate about continuous development, Sue completed a BSc in Nursing Studies and Palliative Care, a Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Education and an MSc in Healthcare Management. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2005 and completed a Kings Fund Leadership Programme in 2011. She is a graduate of Cohort 13 of the Scottish Improvement Leaders Programme.

In September 2019, Sue also became a Trustee of the umbrella palliative care organisation, Together for Short Lives.

I'm so proud to work for CHAS. Every day I see staff, volunteers and colleagues living our values of Care, Respect, Accountability and Honesty, going the extra mile for children and families we support. My job is to make sure they are empowered and supported to provide care to even more families who need it across Scotland wherever they need it, in hospital, our hospices or in their own home.


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