Miss Suzanne Regan


I am a Senior Lecturer within the School of Nursing having joined the Faculty of Health and Social Care Education in 2022. I gained my BA (Hons) Nursing degree via Sheffield Hallam University and my MSc in Cardio-Respiratory Nursing via Imperial College London. My clinical background spans 25 years and includes several years upon the Acute Admissions Unit at UCLH and 10 years as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Severe Asthma at the Royal Brompton Hospital. My last appointment prior to the transition to academia was as a Community Respiratory Clinical Nurse Specialist in North West Surrey. I have a passion for improving outcomes for individuals living with chronic lung conditions and enjoy supporting students in developing their knowledge and skills in this area. I am joint course lead for the Acute Respiratory Care course and Care of the Acutely Unwell Adult course (CPD). I also support Trainee Nursing Associates through lecturing and on placement. 

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing


  • MSc Cardio-respiratory nursing
  • BA (Hons) Nursing
  • ENB: 998



The role of anti-IgE in the management of severe allergic asthma. D.S Gibeon, S.E.Regan, M.Hofmann, A. Menzies-Gow. MIMS for Nurses, April 2010

Conference presentations

Poster presentation of service evaluation of a home oxygen service at Research in Clinical Practice conference (UCLH, London) 2019: Changing pattern of a nurse led home oxygen service at a tertiary referral centre in London that provides an ILD service.

Poster presentation of extended MSc service evaluation data at American Thoracic Society meeting (San Francisco) 2012: Does a systematic assessment of asthma improve steroid burden?

Oral presentation of MSc service evaluation shared at severe asthma symposia at European Respiratory Society meeting (Amsterdam) 2011: Does a systematic assessment of asthma improve health care status?