We are delighted to announce that our Chief Executive and Nurse Director, Clare Cable, has been awarded an Honorary Professorship within the Division of Nursing at Queen Margaret University (QMU).
“QNIS and QMU have a long history of working together to develop community nursing. I am flattered and delighted to be honoured in this way. I am grateful to Prof Brendan Mc Cormack and the team at QMU and I look forward to continuing to work together to promote excellence in community nursing.
From QMU, Fiona Coutts, Dean of the School of Health, and Brendan McCormack, Head of the Division of Nursing responded:
“We are delighted that Clare has been appointed as an Honorary Professor with the Division of Nursing at Queen Margaret University. QNIS has been a longstanding partner with QMU through its community nursing programmes and in particular the ‘QNIS Fellowship Scheme’. Under Clare’s leadership this partnership continues to grow and develop and her vision for community nursing is exciting in the context of our developments in person-centred practice. We look forward to working with her in this context and to an ongoing partnership.
QNIS Chair of Trustees, Professor Sir Lewis Ritchie said:
“This is a timely, very welcome and much deserved award . All at QNIS offer our hearty congratulations to Clare for this honour which recognises her many distinguished contributions to nursing and recognises the work of QNIS.