This Project aimed to celebrate and develop human interaction that promotes dignity between community nurses, residents and families in care homes.
Fiona Oag, Clinical Team Lead from Kirkwall in Orkney received funding from QNIS to visit colleagues in NHS Borders. Below is the account of her experience.
Conference delegate Leona Flett, offers us an insight into a day in the life of a trainee health visitor. Arrive at the office at 8.30am, greet all the team. We need to answer any voicemails and emails and document them in client notes. I usually head over to the maternity unit for 9.00am to collect…
Clare Cable, Chief Exec and Nurse Director of the Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland shadows Community Staff Nurse Karen Macleod on the Isle of Lewis.
Phil Wilson, Professor of Primary Care and Rural Health at the University of Aberdeen tells us why he thinks the new Universal Health Pathway for Health Visiting is a cause for celebration.
Andrea Taylor, Post Graduate Prizewinner at the University of Edinburgh tells us about putting person centred care into practice. As a Community Midwife within NHS Lothian, I was offered the opportunity to undertake a Person Centred Care in Practice (PCCiP) MSc module at Edinburgh University Summer School in 2014. This allowed me to explore women…