Sue Robins is a healthcare activist, speaker and author. Her latest book, Ducks in a Row: Health Care Reimagined, is a scrappy challenge to the established health care world. Her first book, Bird’s Eye View: Stories of a life lived in health care is a poignant memoir of her experience as a caregiver and cancer patient.
Sue has written for The New York Times, Canadian Medical Association Journal and The Globe and Mail. She is the lead of The Gathering of Kindness Canada and the Give a Duck Community that supports and encourages health advocacy.
Sue’s work experience includes paid family leadership positions with the B.C. Children’s Hospital and the Stollery Children’s Hospital. She is a senior partner with Bird Comm, a health communications company.
She lives with her husband, youngest son and Labrador retriever on a mountain outside of Vancouver. More about Sue can be found at www.suerobins.com.
- Ducks in a Row: Heath Care Reimagined
- Bird’s Eye View
- Little Bird: Book of Course Content based on Bird’s Eye View