Suzanne Gough is an Associate Professor in Physiotherapy and Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching, at Bond University, Australia. She is also a member of the Bond Translational Simulation Collaborative team, with national and international experience in healthcare simulation education in the United Kingdom and Australia. In 2016, Suzanne was awarded Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Suzanne’s PhD explored the use of simulation based education in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy and developed the Integrated Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Design Framework. As Principal Investigator, she has led international project teams to develop simulated patient governance frameworks and training resources for use across the United Kingdom, on behalf of Health Education England. She has delivered presentations, workshops and been invited to speak at national and international conferences. Suzanne’s research interests are currently focused on the use of virtual reality across diverse patient groups, stress and burnout, simulation and technology enhanced learning, gamification and curriculum design.