We believe in the best possible nursing for patients at home.
We work with nurses and decision-makers to make sure that good quality nursing is available at home for everyone when they need it.
The QNI has created a new short film showing community nurses at work, and interviews with senior nursing figures explaining why community nursing has never been more important to the nation's health. Click here to watch.
Have you ever wondered what a District Nurse does exactly? David Foster, the Deputy Director of Nursing and Midwifery Advisor at the Department of Health, shadows District Nurse and Queen's Nurse Liz Alderton for the day. Click here to read his experience of it.
Have you ever visited a garden open for charity? The National Gardens Scheme opens thousands of private gardens to the public each year. Nationally the scheme raises millions of pounds for nursing and caring charities. Click here to find out more.
The Queen's Nursing Institute offers a range of financial assistance, including educational grants, to working and retired nurses in need. To read more and find out whether you may be eligible for help, please click here.
The QNI is currently undertaking a range of work around education and practice. To read more about our work and how you can become involved, with events and consultations, please click here.