Our Keep in Touch© project is a practical way in which we aim to strengthen the Queen’s Nurse community, past and present.

The project offers opportunities to speak to retired Queen’s or community nurses regularly on the phone, to talk about life experiences, aspects of nursing past and present, memories and future plans. It encourages social interaction, creates new bonds and as one of our volunteers said, is truly ‘a two-way benefit’!

It’s a great way to become involved as a volunteer with the QNI in a flexible and supportive environment. Full training (and a QNI mobile phone) is offered to all volunteers.

To me this has been a lifeline, I see so few people and knowing I can look forward to my call really makes a chance to chat about what we have been doing that week. Even have a moan. But lots of laughs too!

A Keep in Touch Member

If you are a current or former Queen’s Nurse who would like to be included in this project, please get in touch with Suzanne Rich by email or by telephoning her on 020 7549 1400 or 020 7549 1416.

Thank you!

I've got to say I was really 'buzzing' after the call. This project is really a two way benefit!

A Keep in Touch Volunteer
Keep In Touch Poem by Sue Wynne Queen's Nurse 'Keep In Touch' poem by Sue Wynne, Queen's Nurse

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