FoNS leads on this collaborative project to develop a new narrative for learning disability nursing by challenging the current perceptions of learning disability nurses and nursing, working with policymakers, educators, employers and people using services



Our Vision

To inspire and enable a culture across health and social care that values people, where patients experience care and services which are the best they can be and staff feel appreciated and supported.

Our Mission

To work in partnership with health and social care organisations to a foster a commitment to person-centredness by valuing staff and enabling them to develop the knowledge, skills and expertise to provide nursing that is safe, effective and caring. 


Latest Blog - 19th June

Surviving Hospital: A blog from Sally Wilson, Matron for vulnerable patients and safeguarding adults lead 

IPDJ Vol 8 No 1 OUT NOW!

12 great articles to read: End-of-life care, critical-creative companionship, TYA cancer care, midwifery, developing as a facilitator and the Queen’s Nurse Excellence Profile

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2018 Scholars

FoNS is delighted to announce 4 new Richard Tompkins Nurse Development Scholars

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Clinical Supervision

FoNS is delighted to be hosting the Resilience Based Clinical Supervision resources, which aim to develop competencies in self-care and promote the flow of compassion to self and consequently others

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Are you a clinical leader and interested in expanding your skills in facilitating culture change and continuous improvements in care and services at the frontline of practice? Inspire Improvemnt will be recruiting soon ... why not get a head start?

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