Sarah Tyndall, FNP Nurse Consultant, FNP National Unit
Sarah Tyndall has been appointed as FNP Nurse Consultant within the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) National Unit. Sarah has worked as a Clinical Lead in the National Unit for the past four years, leading on IPV work and communication skills amongst other areas and was previously an FNP supervisor in Bristol. She will now head up the National Unit’s Quality Assurance and Improvement (CQIT) team, and lead on providing oversight and quality assurance for the FNP programme in England.
Speaking about her appointment, Sarah said:
“I am delighted to be taking up this role and to be working with FNP teams across the country supporting the delivery and development of a high-quality evidence-based programme. Alongside this, I am looking forward to working collaboratively with colleagues in PHE to enhance the role of evidenced based early intervention in reducing health inequalities and supporting children to have the best start in life.”
As a public health nurse, including working as a Designated Nurse and school nurse lead, Sarah brings her knowledge of FNP as an evidence-based programme and a commitment to improving outcomes for children to the integration of the FNP programme within the Nursing, Maternity and Early Years directorate at Public Health England.