MSc DipHE MFHT
Suzanne is a long-term champion of the need – and vital role – for holistic, integrative therapies in patient care. She first founded her non-profit Full Circle Fund Therapies in the haematology and bone marrow transplant unit at St George’s University Hospital, London – one of Europe’s largest hospitals.
Over the last two decades she has designed, delivered, and evaluated a range of integrative therapy projects for some of the most complex areas in medicine, including paediatric medicine and intensive care, bone marrow transplantation, oncology, and neurosurgery, with two new ground-breaking projects under development for trauma medicine and renal transplantation. To date, Full Circle has delivered over 35,000 treatments within the NHS and Suzanne has developed projects in 4 NHS Trusts. She is currently advising NHS Trusts on a range of wellbeing projects specifically to support exhausted post-pandemic healthcare workers.
Suzanne has received numerous awards for her work including the prestigious NHS Exceptional Award, NHS Values Award for Paediatric medicine and, along with her Full Circle Therapies Team and haematology colleagues jointly received of the prestigious Myeloma UK National Award for Patient Care.
She is an accomplished speaker and lectures widely including St George’s Medical School, the All-Party-Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Integrated Healthcare, Westminster and is on the Executive Committee of the World Health Congress, Prague. Suzanne is the author of a highly acclaimed memoir ‘Coming Full Circle: A Journey to the Edge of Life and Back‘.
“Yes to Life provides such a vital link to help empower and equip people facing cancer and their families by providing essential signposting and evidence-based resources to support wellbeing, resilience and ultimately enhance quality of life. From the frontline of patient care I can say Yes to Life’s work has never been more needed.”