In March 2019, Professor David Olds visited the UK. During his trip he took part in a webinar with FNP sites across England, was interviewed by FNP graduate, Jade Batten and gave an update on the programme in America.
FNP Plymouth team announced as joint winners in the Best Clinical Team category of the 2019 Livewell Southwest People Awards.
The FNP National Unit will move into Public Health England from 1 April 2020 after being based at Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust since 2013.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a number of local organisations in Blackpool this week (6 March 2019) as part of the Royal Foundation’s focus on giving children the very best start in life.
MPs' call for an “early years revolution” in a new report published today (Tuesday 26 February) by the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee.
Earlier in the year, FNP National Unit Director, Ailsa Swarbrick was invited to give evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee’s inquiry into evidence-based early-years intervention. The committee has now published it's final report.
We spoke to Sara Burns, Director at Triangle, the social enterprise responsible for the Outcomes Star and Emma Cook, Clinical Quality Lead at the Family Nurse Partnership National Unit about the development of the New Mum Star, the iteration process, the lessons learnt from both sides and how both family nurses and FNP clients were instrumental in its final design.
Early intervention is not a panacea for all of society’s problems, nor is it a financial coping strategy for local or central government – but it is a vital way of providing children with the skills and resilience they need to succeed in life, and of mitigating the negative impacts of poverty and other forms for disadvantage.