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Leadership: how the QNI’s radical approach is helping community nurses develop their skills

Two cohorts of nurses have successfully completed the Queen’s Nursing Institute’s innovative leadership programme since its launch in 2017 

Two cohorts of nurses have successfully completed the Queen’s Nursing Institute’s innovative leadership programme since its launch in 2017

  • Course is open to Queen’s Nurses working at executive or assistant director level
  • Aims to build leadership capability and confidence to lead community nursing agenda
  • Programme delivered through a series of residential sessions

An innovative, experiential leadership development is profoundly changing the way community-based nurses are able to harness their personal power, transform their outlook and help them to become a driving force for change in community settings.

The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) launched its leadership programme for Queen’s Nurses (QNs) two years ago. Two cohorts of nurses have since successfully

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