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Leading Practitioner Interview: Sue Lacey-Bryant

Updated: Feb 9, 2022

To celebrate the opening of FEDIP registrations for CILIP members, we were delighted to interview FEDIP Leading Practitioner Sue Lacey-Bryant.

PS If you are interested in registering for FEDIP through CILIP, you might like to read more information on how to register here.

Sue is the National Lead for NHS Knowledge and Services at Health Education England, she leads the implementation of the Knowledge for Healthcare strategy.

Sue played an advisory role in the development of the CILIP report on The impact of AI, machine learning, automation and robotics on the information profession. She sits on the UK Mobilising Computable Biomedical Knowledge (MCBK) Steering Group and of the CARE group – Coordinated Approaches to Research and care Embedded.

We are also very privileged to have Sue's expertise on our FEDIP Board.

But we will let Sue tell you about her career in her own words . . .


Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your career journey so far

I trained as an information scientist, taking a postgrad diploma. Initially I worked in academic libraries and for The Library Association (the predecessor to CILIP) on the professional education side.