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The Florence Nightingale Foundation awards Scholarships to advance the study of nursing and to promote excellence in practice. About the Foundation »
We are extremely pleased to report that both our Chief Executive, Professor Elizabeth Robb OBE, and the President of the Foundation, Baroness Audrey Emerton DBE DL, have been included in the Health Service Journal's Clinical Leaders for 2015. The HSJ acknowledges Professor Robb’s introduction of BME leadership scholarships at the Foundation in partnership with NHS England, while Baroness Emerton is recognised as ‘an important and tireless champion of the profession’ in the House of Lords... Read more »
We are very excited that the Foundation's most recent recipient of the Girdlers' Medallion, Rachael Crayton has decided to write a blog about her experiences during her scholarship and the work she is producing.
Read the first part of her blog series below and look out for future additions coming soon... Read more »
The 6C's Conference 2015: Ensuring Compassion in Practice Read more »
The Florence Nightingale Foundation Alumni Association is delighted to announce its first ever conference in Scotland! Taking place in Edinburgh the conference will showcase the innovative and inspirational work of some of our past Scholars and other leading figures in healthcare. It offers opportunities to engage in discussions of topical professional issues and to network and build relationships. World class speakers will share their insights into innovations in policy and practice locally, nationally and internationally. Read more »
Building on the success of previous years, the sixth Florence Nightingale Foundation Annual Conference will take place on 17th & 18th March 2015 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London. Read more »
Research Scholarships are available to Nurses and Midwives who have current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and who work and who are resident in the United Kingdom. They are awarded for projects which will be of direct benefit to patients and the profession more widely. Read more »
Travel Scholarships provide a real opportunity to study good practice elsewhere in the UK and/or overseas to enhance patient/user care in the UK.
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Would you like to take your career to the next level? The Florence Nightingale Foundation is offering Leadership and Emerging Leaders' Scholarships to those who want to become leaders with the skills and self-confidence to contribute positively and with some significance to the rapidly changing world of healthcare.
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