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Mrs Emma Hedley
Lecturer (Educational Academic) in Nursing


Emma is a lecturer in Nursing on the Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Programme, a Peadiatric Nurse and Health Visitor. Emma found her passion for Community Nursing and health promotion whilst training at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Emma had the opportunity to develop her nursing skills over a number of years in West Africa and this led to her working in the community as a Health Visitor. Emma's specialist areas of Health Visiting practice are working with children looked after, fostering and adoption.


Registered Nurse (Child), Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visitor), Nurse Prescriber.

MA in education, PGCAP, FHEA, BSc (Hons) in Community Health, Certficate in Management, Certificate in Principles in Child Protection, Diploma in Tropical Nursing, Diploma in Healthcare Studies.


Emma is the module lead for the BSc and PGDip Managing Professional Perspectives in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing: Health Visiting and the BSc Application and Assessment of Evidence module. Emma is the module lead for learning and teaching in advanced clinical practice and advanced professional practice - part of the Advanced Clinical Practice Programme.