March in Mongolia – Professor Fiona Nolan Discusses Mental Health Nursing in Mongolia

I am writing this blog having just returned from Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia, where I spent a hectic week in meetings and talks. This forms part of my visiting professorship with their National University of Medical Sciences, creating academic and other networks for grant applications to develop mental health services in Mongolia.  The… Read More March in Mongolia – Professor Fiona Nolan Discusses Mental Health Nursing in Mongolia

Professor Candy McCabe Reflects On New Beginnings in Nursing and Research

Spring feels well and truly here, and it brings with it the excitement of new opportunities. In recent weeks there have been new beginnings and new learning present in my own clinical research practice. Colleagues and I have just published in ‘Pain’, the first internationally agreed core outcome measurement set for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome clinical studies… Read More Professor Candy McCabe Reflects On New Beginnings in Nursing and Research

Professor Lesley Baillie Talks UCLH Research Conference & Says Goodbye In Her February Blog, Her Last As FNF Chair

At UCLH, many of our healthcare professionals conduct practice-related research, evidence-based practice developments and quality improvement projects, which impact on patient care. Some staff present and publish their work externally but there is always a delay between completing work and achieving these external publications and presentations. So, our latest endeavour is to launch an internal… Read More Professor Lesley Baillie Talks UCLH Research Conference & Says Goodbye In Her February Blog, Her Last As FNF Chair

Professor Christi Deaton Looks Back At The FNF Conference and Forward to Spring

Spring is coming… The lengthening hours of daylight, increased birdsong, and early emergence of a few buds on shrubs give us hope for the arrival of spring (despite still cold weather to come!).  The second of February marked the halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.  It was celebrated as Imbolc in… Read More Professor Christi Deaton Looks Back At The FNF Conference and Forward to Spring

Professor Fiona Nolan Introduces Herself In Our December Blog

Having recently started in post at the University of Essex and North Essex Partnership Trust this is my first blog as Florence Nightingale Foundation Chair.  I’m certainly looking forward to becoming more adept and familiar with both job and blogging with time. Over the past 12 months the Foundation has taken a central position in… Read More Professor Fiona Nolan Introduces Herself In Our December Blog