With a degree in economics from Stafford University, a Bachelor in Nursing, and a worldly experience, Sue was influenced by her experience of nursing her father through terminal Mesothelioma. She had an immediate affinity with cancer patients and their families and very quickly became part of the palliative team in the department. In 2017 she gained the position of Nurse Lead in Palliative Care, shortly after the sudden death of her mother in December 2016. Not long into her work as Palliative Lead, Sue began to feel the need to test her abilities and was granted one year unpaid leave to work in and explore other areas. Sue contacted a hospice she had worked with and a large palliative specialist unit and during the winter of 2018, she worked first at Saint Lukas hospice and later Palliative Department, Frederiksund Hospital alongside specialist nurses and highly qualified palliative doctors. It was during her sabbatical that she noticed the difference in attitude to the use of medical cannabis and is now engaging in CBMPs patient care pathway.