Family nurses increasing book ownership and improving core literacy skills for very young parents and language development for babies.
Mental health nurses providing highly supported outdoor educational opportunities for young people recovering from a first episode of psychosis.
Health visitors providing baby massage, baby wrap and baby walk classes, and training for facilitators, for a community with few existing resources.
Community health nurses providing and improving access to community activities such as yoga, for severely marginalised populations.
Mental health nurses enabling provision of specialist financial advice for people discharged from secure forensic mental health facilities.
Midwives ensuring perinatal mental health service development is informed by the voices and experiences of women and their families.
Family nurses increasing book ownership and parent-infant relationships for babies and very young parents.
Dementia nurse consultant providing a programme to improve the psychological wellbeing of family carers.
Care home nurses introducing Namaste Care for people with advanced dementia and their families.
Mental health nurses providing trauma-informed access to cervical screening for those who have experienced sexual violence.
Learning disability nurses improving pregnancy care and parenting support for parents with a learning disability.
Respiratory nurses improving early respiratory diagnosis and intervention for people reluctant to access mainstream services.
Community health nurses providing group-based social support to engage severely marginalised populations in health and wellbeing activities.
Family nurses developing a local peer support network to encourage and support breastfeeding among very young mums.
Family nurses promoting economic self-sufficiency through improving financial literacy for very young parents and their families.
Learning disability nurses adapting existing resources to teach emotion regulation skills for people with learning disabilities.
Community infant feeding nurses supporting breastfeeding mums by improving awareness in wider family networks.
Mental health nurses providing programmes of activities for socially isolated young people and supporting them to attend.
Community nurses codesigning a resource to help them, and others, deal with inverse traumatic stress.
Respiratory nurses creating a supported community singing group to improve respiratory health and reduce social isolation.
Cancer specialist nurses enabling psychotherapeutic help for young children affected by their parent’s cancer diagnosis.
Community yoga programme co-produced with and for women affected by trauma.
School nurses taking a whole school approach to improve resilience in pupils primary 4 – 7.