Call for Case Studies of Innovative Practice in the Covid-19 Pandemic
16 June 2020
The Queen’s Nursing Institute is calling for case studies of innovation in community nursing in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Whilst the pandemic has presented huge challenges for nurses and their teams, it has also, by necessity, brought about great innovation at a rapid pace.
We are interested to gather examples of practice in community and integrated healthcare services as they have adapted to the regulatory and clinical environment of the pandemic.
We hope to share examples of practice to help promote learning and to drive improvements across the sector by publishing selected case studies on the QNI website and print media.
To submit a case study to the QNI, simply download and complete the Word document below and email it to [email protected] .
If you have photographs, please send these as separate jpeg files. We will contact you to confirm that you have the necessary permission from colleagues/service users if we use these in any QNI media.
Please note, your personal details will be handled in conformity with data protection regulations and will not be shared with any third party without your consent. Please contact Matthew Bradby, Head of Communications, with any queries: [email protected]
Main photograph courtesy of Hastings Homeless Service (St John’s Ambulance).