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Dr.Susan Turale

Prof Turale is Editor-in-Chief of Nursing & Health Science, an international journal, which is published by the global company, Wiley-Blackwell.
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Prof Turale is Editor-in-Chief of Nursing & Health Science, an international journal, which is published by the global company, Wiley-Blackwell.
Prof Turale is Editor-in-Chief of Nursing & Health Science, an international journal, which is published by the global company, Wiley-Blackwell. The journal is owned by the Society for Nursing and Health Sciences, Yamaguchi University (YU) Japan, and is listed in both the Science Citation Index (SCI) and Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). For the past 12 years NHS has been the first and only international fully-English nursing journal with a home base in Japan.  
 
She is Professor of International Nursing at Yamaguchi University (YU), a Fellow of both the Royal College of Nursing Australia, and the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses and received a Doctor of Education at The University of Melbourne, Australia.  She holds the Secretariat for the Asia Pacific Alliance of Health Leaders (APAHL), and is President of Tau Nu Chapter Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, the only chapter of this organization in Japan.  She is a well known conference speaker in Asia, and well published. Some of her teaching specialties are global health care, international nursing, health promotion, cross cultural health care, writing for publication, and nursing ethics. She is a visiting professor at five Asian universities. Previously Prof Turale worked in a number of positions in Australia, including the University of Ballarat as Head of the School of Nursing, General Manager of the RDNS Institute of Community Health in Melbourne, and director of nursing of an aged care facility in Tasmania.   Sue has also worked for six years on Australian national projects to improve the quality of indigenous health content in nursing curricula, as well as Indigenous mental health.
 
Her research focuses on the development and status of nursing education and research, and nursing scholarship in the Asia-Pacific. She is also interested helping to promote scholarship in technologies that impact on caring, genetic nursing, and disaster nursing. Her daily work involves helping her university to promote scholarship, leadership and international connections among graduate and undergraduate students, and faculty across a number of countries.


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