A key part of our forward plan is influencing community nursing policy and practice by looking to the future and drawing on the lessons of the past. Here we will detail some of the policy initiatives that QNIS has published. For any questions on the work below, contact Rob Mackie or Clare Cable on 0131 229 233 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com.
A Digital Strategy for 2017 and beyond: a view from the professions – January 2017: This response to a Scottish Government Consultation was developed by seven organisations, including QNIS. It calls for the Scottish Government to produce a digital strategy which enables record sharing across Primary Care.
Chief Nursing Officer Developing a 2030 Nursing Vision – December 2016: the QNIS response to the CNO’s policy initiative, seeking to set out what nursing should be like by 2030. Among others, we made calls for increased investment in suitable digital technology, flexible post-graduate education and support for those in acute wishing to move into the community based workforce.
Future of Primary Care: a view from the professions – September 2016: This policy initiative, developed by seven multi-disciplinary organisations including QNIS, sets out 21 principles which we believe should underpin the future of primary care services.