Associate Professor Sue Crengle is a doctor who is a specialist in general practice and public health medicine and has been working as a researcher for over 25 years. Sue’s research interests include inequities in health, health services research, quality of care, and child and youth health. Much of Sue’s work involves identifying where and how inequities in our health occur, and testing ways to eliminate these inequities. Through her presentation, Sue wants to give people new information about driving when ageing among kaumātua.
Sue also does CrossFit and likes hanging out in her vegie garden.