It’s been a busy and exciting year for the Family Nurse Partnership in England, with new developments for the programme. Teams up and down the country have continued to deliver exceptional work with thousands of young mums, dads and babies. We’d like to say a huge thank you to the whole FNP Community with a celebration of all our collective...

The FNP National Unit has launched a new knowledge and skills exchange programme built on the evidence-based methods used in FNP. 

...

Family Nurse Partnership supervisor Kathleen Cruise welcomed her Norwegian counterpart from Oslo last month in a visit that marks six months since the programme was established in Norway.

...

Using linked administrative data for monitoring and evaluating FNP in England: a scoping report

...

Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is one of a handful of early years programmes to be awarded a 4+ evidence rating in the latest Early Intervention Foundation ‘what works’ report.

...

How does Family Nurse Partnership support infant mental health?

...

The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is committed to transforming the life chances of the most vulnerable children, young people and families in our society.

...

The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) National Unit is committed to transforming the life chances of the most vulnerable children, young people and families in our society. We are now embarking on an ambitious and exciting development programme in England – ‘FNP: Next Steps’. This work will involve everyone in the FNP...

For its winter edition, the International Journal of Birth and Parent Education (IJBPE) focussed entirely on FNP, featuring a number of interesting articles written by members from the FNP National Unit, the wider FNP workforce working day-to-day to deliver the programme. The edition was also contributed...

The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) team in Plymouth has recently championed a project by a group of dental students from Plymouth University. The project was part of the Inter Professional Engagement programme,...

Family Nurse Partnership National Unit welcomes cross-party manifesto that highlights the importance of acting early to enhance the outcomes for children.

...

The Great Yarmouth & Waveney FNP team has been recognised for their hard work and dedication at the East Coast Community Healthcare’s (ECCH) annual staff awards. The ‘amazingly dedicated and talented’ were awarded the Chairman’s Award by ECCH Chairman, Paul Steward. In his speech about the team, he said, “Every year, new mums tell us...