Personalised Care Innovation Projects (England)
Supported by NHS England and Improvement
Personalised Care Innovation Projects: Call for Applications
- Do you want to make a difference to people by delivering excellent personalised care?
- Do you need funding to help get your ideas off the ground?
- Do you want to develop your leadership skills?
Project funding and a programme of professional development are now available for projects that seek to improve personalised care for people, led by community and primary care nurses, in England.
The QNI will be able to fund FIVE personalised care projects led by nurses in the community. All project leaders benefit from the QNI’s highly rated professional development programme and funding of up to £5000.
We are actively looking to fund projects that are led by nurses from a Black and minority ethnic background.
Please note, if shortlisted, the nurse leading the project will be invited for a virtual interview on dates given in the Guidance document.
Successful applicants are asked to commit to a course of online workshops during the project year (confirmed and provisional dates are in the Guidance document).
Please return completed application forms by email to Aga Kusmierz – [email protected]
The closing date for applications is 29 October 2021.
We are happy to advise potential applicants and for more information please contact Sue Boran, QNI Director of Nursing Programmes (Innovation). at [email protected] .
More About Personalised Care
Personalised care means people have choice and control over the way their care is planned and delivered. It is based on what matters to them and their individual strengths and needs.To read more about personalised care on our website, go to: https://www.qni.org.uk/nursing-in-the-community/personalised-care/