Mrs Gemma Hurley


I have been a Registered General Nurse (RGN) since 1990 and have worked as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in primary care settings across the country since 2000. I have been a senior lecturer at St. Georges University of London and Kingston University since 2006 and have led and taught on a variety of modules such Clinical reasoning in physical assessment and Advance Practice. As an experienced advanced nurse practitioner, I have fused my expert knowledge with my academic position to deliver pedagogical styles that are innovative, current and highly relevant to practice. I am the pathway leader for both the Advanced Practice/ Community and Integrated Care pathways that deliver a variety of modules that nurture the healthcare practitioner's capability that is essential for practice. I am presently undertaking my doctoral study in education as I am continually endeavouring to explore and enhance the teaching and learning experience.  

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer


  • MSc Healthcare
  • PGCE
  • BSc (hons) Nurse Practitioner (Primary care)
  • Independant Prescriber
  • RGN
  • RM



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Hurley, Gemma (2007) Anaemia: overview and management. Primary Health Care, 17(6), pp. 25-30. ISSN (print) 0264-5033

Book Section

Hurley, Gemma (2015) Clinical decision-making. In: Delves-Yates, Catherine, (ed.) Essentials of nursing practice. London, U.K. : SAGE. pp. 265-279. ISBN 9781446273111

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