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Sue Huckson

Member of the G-I-N Board of Trustees from 2012/2013. Vice Chair 2016. Elected as Individual Trustee 2015-17 and 2017 - 19.


Sue Huckson has been an active member of G-I-N since 2007. She has worked on the G-I-N membership committee, the Education Task Force and is the coordinator of the GIN Emergency Care Community.  Sue has also been a co facilitator for the G-I-N Implementation Masterclass that is offered as part of the pre conference program.

Sue initially trained as an intensive care nurse and she has been involved with the implementation of guidelines and knowledge translation since 2001 when she joined the National Institute of Clinical Studies in Australia.

Until early 2012 Sue was the Director for Effective Practice with the National Health and Medical Research Council where she developed strategic and innovative approaches to support the uptake of evidence in complex health environments. Her major work has been the application of networks and ‘Community of Practice’ (CoP) model to support guideline implementation across the emergency care setting nationally. Sue also led the National Organ Donation Collaborative to improve rates of organ donation.

More recently Sue has also managed the development of evidence-based guidelines in highly complex and ethically charged health related issues such as the Donation after Cardiac Death and the Management of Obesity in Adults, Children and Adolescents.

Sue recently has taken a position with the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS) to oversee their clinical registries. ANZICS provides an internationally peer review and quality assurance program based on data from over 1.3 million episodes of care, providing important audit information to measure quality out comes.

Vision for G-I-N (2017)

My vision for G-I-N is to be the lead global organisation that provides a place of connection and international collaboration related to all aspects of clinical practice guidelines by;

  • Developing standards and position statements that are accepted internationally
  • Increasing community, health practitioners and policy makers engagement in development of useful and usable guidelines,
  • Developing partnerships with aligned organisations and international initiatives focussed on improving health outcomes  through best practice

Strengthening and supporting connections with LMICs. 



  • Emergency Care

    In 2007 Guidelines International Network (G-I-N), in partnership with the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia established an online community to support collaboration across the field of international emergency care to improve the application of clinical guidelines.

Page last updated: Feb 13, 2020
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