Sue Roff (MA) is a Part-time Tutor in the Centre for Medical Education, University of Dundee where she taught for 20 years, and an educational consultant with a particular interest in Professionalism. She is a lay member of the Midwifery Committee of the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and a lay visitor for the Health and Care Professions Council. Sue is a social scientist who has worked in political, educational, and medical sociology in Australia, New York and Scotland. She taught at the University of Melbourne and Monash University in the 1970s. In the 1980s she worked in human rights organisations in New York and was accredited as a Non-Governmental representative to the United Nations. She also served as Programme Officer for the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, designing and implementing demonstration programmes relating to teenage parenting in the New York City school system.
- Roff S, Chandratilake M, McAleer S, Gibson J (in press). Medical student rankings of proposed sanctions for unprofessional behaviours relating to academic integrity: results from a Scottish medical school. Scottish Medical Journal.
- Chandratilake M, McAleer S, Gibson J, Roff S (2010). Medical professionalism: what does the public think? Clinical Medicine; 10 : 364-9.
- Roff S, Norman J (2010). Structured Learning in Clinical Ethics (SLICE) for teaching informed consent for paediatric anaesthesia. Bulletin of the Royal College of Anaesthetists; 62: 36-37.
- Dimoliatis IDK, Vasilaki E, Anastassopoulos P, Ionanidis JPA, Roff S (2010). Validation of the Greek translation of the Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure (DREEM) Education for Health; 23: 1-16.
- Wall D, Clapham M, Riquelme A, Vieira J, Cartmill R, Aspegren K, Roff S (2009). Is PHEEM a multi-dimensional instrument? An international perspective. Medical Teacher; 31: 1-7.
- Roff S (2008). Commodification of Body Parts, Tissues and Fluids. Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies; 7 (2): 187-206)
- Roff S (2008). Whose Kidney is it Now? And other questions asked by potential live kidney donors. UK National Kidney Foundation