Mrs Denise Hall


Denise qualified as a registered general nurse in 1988 and went on to qualify as a registered midwife in 1991. Denise has a keen interest in female genital mutilation (FGM) and was instrumental in setting up the first midwifery-led, community-based FGM clinic in London which provided advice, information, and de-infibulation for women affected by FGM. She has also presented on the topic both nationally and internationally. She joined the midwifery team in March 2017 and is currently a link lecturer at St George's Hospital. Denise Completed her masters in 2022, with her research project entitled  "An exploration of student midwives' perceptions about how knowledgeable and confident they feel in their ability, as they approach entry to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) professional register, to provide care for women affected by female genital mutilation (FGM)".

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer and PMA


  • BSc Midwifery Practice
  • FHEA Fellow
  • Master of Research (Education) (MRes ed)