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All the latest news from the Queen's Nursing Institute
All the news from the QNI
There is still time to purchase the 2015 QNI Calendar. This year the illustrations are vintage nursing photographs from the early years of the NHS, rediscovered last year in the home of a former District Nurse. They show nurses at work in London and in Norfolk, treating patients of all ages.
During June, Viv Bennett and her colleagues at the Department of Health (DH) held a week of action Health Improvement and Health Promoting Practitioners. This involved visits to a number of clinical areas. Here, David Foster, Deputy Director of Nursing and Midwifery Advisor at the DH, has kindly agreed to share his blog with us as he reflects on his visit with Liz Alderton, a district nurse and Queen’s Nurse at the North East London NHS Foundation Trust.
Community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute has announced the start of a new three-year project to improve the health of people who are homeless.
The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) is a charity that traces its origins to 1887. Initially established to co-ordinate and set national standards for District Nurse training across the country, it now has a much wider remit.
Here, Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive, talks to Deborah Glover about the history of the QNI, their work today and share some thoughts on the future.