Angie Hack has a background as a District Nurse since 1989 and a Senior Lecturer at London South Bank University since 2006. Angie was Course Director for the Foundation Degree Programme (for Assistant Practitioners in Primary Care) at London South Bank University until 2015 and has since co-developed and led the General Practice Nurse Programme successfully for nurses new to General Practice.
Angie strongly believes in tripartite working to ensure a positive experience for students, practice mentors and practice leads and shares a passion for developing all levels of nurses and helping individuals to realise their potential.
In addition to promoting district nursing and primary care nursing, Angie has been seconded to the QNI as an Assistant Director of Nursing Programmes to promote general practice nursing and lead on the management of the General Practice Nurse Education Network.
Angie was awarded The Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mothers Award for Outstanding Service and became a Queen’s Nurse in 2016.
Angie is also a member of the Keep In Touch project.