We are delighted to share an article that was published in Birmingham’s local newspaper. The story, featured in the Birmingham Mail, tells of two mums who wrote and recorded a special song as a way of saying ‘thank you’ to their family nurse,...

The Norwegian Minister for Children, Equality and Social Inclusion, Inga Marte Thorkildsen saw first-hand the difference the Family Nurse Partnership is making to young mothers and their babies in Hounslow on 25 June.

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NSPCC have published a series of reports looking at issues facing families with babies and what can be done to support parents to keep their infants safe and give them the care they need. The Family Nurse Partnership is referenced in the report.

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The BMA Board of Science has published a major report to build on their 1999 report 'Growing up in Britain'. This report focuses on the child, from conception to age five, and on the impact of social and economic inequality on child health and looks at issues relating to nutrition, disability, maltreatment and emotional and behavioural...

Announced by Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter in April 2013, the Government is increasing the number of Family Nurse Partnership places to16,000 at any one time by 2015.

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Two independent evaluation studies on delivering the Family Nurse Partnership have been published.

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