In July, we welcomed 47 new recruits to the 10th wave of FNP Foundations training – marking nearly a decade of FNP learning since the programme was introduced in England in 2007.

In July, we welcomed 47 new recruits to the 10th wave of FNP Foundations training – marking nearly a decade of FNP learning since the programme was introduced in England in 2007.

In July, we welcomed 47 new recruits to the 10th wave of FNP Foundations training – marking nearly a decade of FNP learning since the programme was introduced in England in 2007.

In July, we welcomed 47 new recruits to the 10th wave of FNP Foundations training – marking nearly a decade of FNP learning since the programme was introduced in England in 2007.

Supporting young mums to breastfeed is one of the key outcomes for Family Nurse Partnership. The recent Building Blocks RCT trial showed that there was no difference against the control group in breastfeeding rates, despite positive indications about intention to breastfeed among FNP young mums. That's why improving breastfeeding...

The Early Intervention Foundation presented its latest report, on parental relationships, at its annual conference last month. It focusses on what works to enhance these relationships and why that’s so...

One of the very successful features of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme is the excellent track record family nurses have of engaging with young mothers and fathers who are often thought of as “hard to reach”. For example, over 75% of women offered FNP enrol on the programme, 70% stay on FNP to their child’s second...

"Internationally, FNP is known to be a programme that prevents child maltreatment; and in this country we hear from local areas that support for safeguarding is one of the reasons FNP is most valued. Here, the FNP National Unit Head of Clinical Implementation and Learning, Ruth Rothman, offers an insight into some key elements of FNP’s...

"Young mums who enrol on the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme are often vulnerable, and have had difficult upbringihttp://fnp.rubbaglove.co.uk/umbraco/#/content/content/edit/1543ngs. The blog post below is from young mother, Sara*, who completed FNP earlier this year. As the eldest of three siblings from a family with a history of substance misuse and neglect, social services intervened when...

"As one of the 18 FNP trial sites, Liverpool's Family Nurse Partnership Supervisor, Ruth Taylor, offers an open and honest reflection of the team’s initial reaction to the trial findings. Her blog also illustrates powerfully the work family nurses...

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