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Sue Jensen

Sue Jensen Associate Professor
Kirkhof College of Nursing
Grand Valley State University 


usan L. Jensen, PhD, RN, CCM, MSCC, is an RN board-certified case manager who specializes in workers’ compensation and disease management. She has more than 20 years in case management and more than 25 in nursing. Jensen’s professional life represents the intersection of two worlds. Part of her formal responsibilities lie in the world of academia. As associate professor at Kirkhof College of Nursing - Grand Valley State University (GVSU) in Grand Rapids, Mich., where she teaches nursing, health policy and case management to undergraduate and graduate students. As a part owner in a case management company covering four states, she’s deeply involved in the business of case management. Jensen holds a Ph.D. in medical sociology from Western Michigan University and a master’s degree in nursing from Michigan State University. Additionally, she is certified as a Medicare Set Aside allocator (MSCC).

Her papers have been published in numerous professional journals, in addition to presenting at several national forums. She received a faculty grant and traveled to Ghana in March 2010 to establish learning sites for Grand Valley State University nursing students, on their study abroad program. In 2013, she brought 13 GVSU nursing students to Ghana to experience providing care in a third world country.

Research Interest

Workers’ compensation and Disease management

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