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Enjoy a great day out, and raise vital funds for nursing and caring charities, by visiting an open garden. The 2016 NGS Yellow Book lists them all.
Providing vital funding for projects that help improve patient care.
If you are interested in nursing heritage, visit our website celebrating District Nursing around the world since 1859.
Fellowship of the QNI was introduced in 2000, with the aim of creating a body of support for the Institute that could provide professional advice, and field intelligence, on practice, research, policy and heath service management. Fellows help us to extend the reach of the QNI’s work, as well as, we hope, enjoying and benefiting themselves from their connection with us.
Our Fellows are known leaders within their sphere of expertise; usually primary care or community based services. They often have a previous or on-going connection with the Institute. And they are people with a high profile and the respect of their peers, who are willing to advocate on behalf of the Institute.
As of January 2014 there are 52 Fellows. Click below for a list of the current Fellows of the QNI:
There are approximately 250 active QNI alumnae. The alumnae are project leaders who have received funding from the QNI through our practice development programmes since 1990.