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Inclusion Health: Education and Training for Health Professionals

For healthcare professionals working with vulnerable people who are either homeless, Gypsies and Travellers, Roma, sex workers or vulnerable migrants

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  • Learning resource
  • Project

The role of nurses working in homeless hospital discharge

Defining the role and further potential of homeless health nurses involved in hospital discharge.

  • Guidance
  • Learning resource

Street Outreach Guidelines

Street outreach is an assertive strategy that aims to bring services directly to people who are sleeping rough and can provide an approachable face of healthcare.

  • Guidance
  • Learning resource

Homeless Families Learning Resource

A Learning Resource for Public Health Nurses

  • Guidance
  • Learning resource
  • Policy
  • Report

Nursing in the Digital Age

'Nursing in the Digital Age, Using Technology to Support Patients in the Home' seeks to determine how far new healthcare information technology has changed in the previous six years and how skills and attitudes within community services have adapted.

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  • Learning resource
  • Publication
  • Transition

Transition to Care Home Nursing

This resource is intended for registered nurses who may have overall responsibility for nursing within the care home environment, as well as educators, students, and unregistered carers who work in this setting. You can download a sample chapter via this link or purchase a complete hard copy from The QNI Shop.

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  • Publication
  • Transition

Transition to School Nursing

Combined chapters (2.9Mb pdf). This online resource, updated in 2016, is designed for nurses who are new to a community nursing role.

  • Learning resource
  • Publication
  • Transition

Transition to General Practice Nursing

The complete resource, updated in 2016.

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  • Case study
  • Guidance
  • Learning resource

No Assumptions

Document produced by National Voices and NHS England in 2014 showing the importance of creating services that meet the needs of patients and provide person-centred care.

  • Guidance
  • Learning resource

Health Assessment Tool

Assessing the health of people who are homeless

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  • Guidance
  • Learning resource
  • Policy

Smart New World

An overview of how new mobile technology is changing the face of community nursing, published by the QNI in 2012.

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  • Report

General Practice Nursing in the 21st Century

The report is based on an online survey completed by over 3400 General Practice Nurses (GPNs) during 2015. The report, ‘General Practice Nursing in the 21st Century: A Time of Opportunity’ summaries some of the key challenges affecting the profession today.

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  • Consultation
  • Guidance
  • Learning resource

Homelessness and Hospital Discharge

In 2014 The Queen’s Nursing Institute surveyed over 180 nurses who work directly with people who are homeless to get their views of current hospital discharge arrangements. This document captures their feedback.

Homelessness, Babies and Families
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  • Learning resource

Homelessness, babies and families

A 30 slide NSPCC learning resource highlighting the major health impacts of homelessness on infants under 2, created especially for the QNI’s Homeless Health Network of community nurses and other health professionals.

  • Guidance
  • Learning resource

Dual Diagnosis Learning Brief

A learning guidance slide presentation compiled by the QNI. Dual Diagnosis is a term used to describe patients with severe mental illness and problematic drug and/or alcohol use.

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