The QNI believes that high quality nursing should be available for everyone when they need it, in their own homes and communities.
We work with nurses, employers and policy makers to promote the best in community nursing, for the benefit of patients, carers and families.
The QNI's Nursing Heritage Wall Calendar is now in our online shop. It celebrates the history of the charity from 1887 to the present, and is illustrated with photographs of Queen's Nurses from Victorian times and the early years of the NHS, in town and country. Order your copy now for home or office, or as a perfect gift.
The QNI has announced a new programme of funding and professional support for community nurses who want to improve men's health. The funding, provided by the Burdett Trust for Nursing, will enable ten projects to be developed in 2017. If you have an idea to improve health and wellbeing for men of any age, click here to find out how we can help.
Have you ever visited a garden open for charity? The National Gardens Scheme opens thousands of private gardens to the public each year, raising millions of pounds for nursing and caring charities. Click here to read more.
The Queen's Nursing Institute offers a range of financial assistance, including educational grants, to working and retired nurses in need. To read more and find out whether you may be eligible for help, please click here.
The QNI has published a new discussion document on determining safe caseloads in District Nursing. The document gathered the views of experts to summarise the factors that affect caseload planning. To read more click here.