This website is intended for healthcare professionals


QNI funds innovation for 2014

The QNI annually funds a selection of innovative projects initiated by primary care nurses. Seeta Bhardwa discovers more about this year's recipients.

Innovation has become a key word in the NHS. Healthcare workers across all sectors of the NHS are being encouraged to devise projects to improve patient care and enhance resources.

Since 1990, The Queen's Nursing Institute (QNI) has been instrumental in funding projects devised by primary care nurses to develop healthcare at a local level.

Each year, the QNI, allocates a maximum of £5000 to a collection of selected projects devised by primary care nurses. The projects are then trialled for a year to test their outcomes

The projects span a range of community nursing specialities such as dementia care, long-term conditions, cardiac rehabilitation, children's health, young people and parenting, learning disabilities, mental health, men's health, health promotion, palliative care and substance misuse.

Register now for access

Thank you for visiting Independent Nurse and reading some of our premium content. To read more, please register today. 


Already have an account? Sign in here