The Queen’s Nursing Institute and Hallam Medical announce new partnership agreement
We are excited to announce our new partnership agreement with the community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI).
Hallam Medical is proud and delighted to, once again, be the Queen’s Nursing Institute’s choice of specialist staffing partner. The QNI is a national, influential charity that campaigns for the best possible nursing care for patients at home and in the community.
As part of this agreement, we will be supporting:
- The QNI’s annual conference
- The Community Nursing Executive Network (CNEN) – a national network for lead nurses of community and integrated healthcare provider organisations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
- The new Integrated Care Board (ICB) Chief Nurse Network – an exciting new initiative by The Queen’s Nursing Institute and NHS Confederation to support nurse leadership within integrated care systems.
Chief Executive of Hallam Medical, Deborah McCain said:
“Our partnership with the Queen’s Nursing Institute has gone from strength to strength over the years and we are proud to once again be the only recruitment partner to sponsor and support the ongoing work of the Queens Nursing Institute and the QNI Community Nursing Executive Network. We are also delighted to be supporting the new Integrated Care Board Chief Nurse Network.
At Hallam Medical, we are passionate about providing experienced healthcare professionals to support community and primary care services across the UK. This new partnership agreement with the community nursing charity the Queen’s Nursing Institute, enables us to continue to provide our clients with a forward-thinking, effective, and professional service and provide our clinicians access to the latest news to emerge from Community Nursing.”
Chief Executive of The Queen’s Nursing Institute, Dr Crystal Oldman CBE, said:
“The support that Hallam Medical gives to the QNI enables us to bring significant benefits to community nurses, through the support for our professional networks and for our annual conference.
It is thanks to this durable partnership with Hallam that we are able to work sustainably and provide the information and other resources that nurses need in their challenging roles. In turn this helps them and their organisations to deliver excellent healthcare to individuals, families, and communities as a whole.”
To find out more about the nursing charity The QNI please visit here.