Family Nurse Partnership
10th February 2020 by lauramaclaughlin
NHS Lothian hosted a fantastic evening of celebration in Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange. The event marked ten years of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) in Scotland. The Programme Management Office for FNP, here in Scottish Government, were delighted to share in the celebrations. Attendees included with some of the very first FNP families, nurses, staff and...
18th December 2019 by lauramaclaughlin
Download a PDF version here: FNP Winter Newsletter 2019
24th June 2019 by lauramaclaughlin
Insights into the value of the Family Nurse Partnership programme from clients, family nurses and wider stakeholders across Scotland are available in a new report. The REvaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership in Scotland has been published. The report provides a summary of the methods and findings of the REvaluation, carried out across the current...
5th October 2018 by Anne Dagg
A lovely family nurse from Lanarkshire has shared her story about becoming a family nurse – Thanks so much Maureen for giving us this insight into your work as a Family Nurse. Tell us a bit about your role/yourself I was late starting nursing. I previously worked in finance and wanted a more fulfilling and...
13th July 2018 by Anne Dagg
Anne is a Family Nurse in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and has very kindly answered our questions on being a Family Nurse and about her working day. What made you apply to become a Family Nurse? The role of family nurse greatly appealed to me as not only did it offer the opportunity to work...
11th May 2018 by Anne Dagg
We are excited to welcome Charlotte Liddell, our first Family Nurse Partnership guest blogger! Charlotte shares, in her own words, her experience of the Family Nurse Partnership. “Hello, My name’s Charlotte Liddell & I’m a FNP graduate. Agreeing to take part in the FNP was one of the best decisions I made, I thought It would...
6th April 2018 by Anne Dagg
The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a nursing service specifically designed to work with young mums. It was originally developed in America and is now available in most parts of Scotland. The Family Nurse Partnership programme is available to young women who are under 20 having their first baby. In some areas it is for...