ICCHNR is delighted that the Council of the Queen’s Nursing Institute(QNI) has recently agreed that they become an associate partner of ICCHNR. This will greatly add to our commitment to promote research and evidence based practice to community health nurses globally. ICCHNR welcomes the partnership with QNI and looks forward to supporting our common purposes.
The Co-convenors and Committee of ICCHNR extend their warmest congratulations to Professor Vari Drennan, member of the ICCHNR Committee, on her award of an MBE in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours in recognition of her outstanding contributions to: ‘Health Policy Research, Development and Nursing.’More information
ICCHNR SYMPOSIUM 2016 “Changing populations, changing needs: Directions and models for community orientated primary care”
Now open for late breaking abstracts! Abstracts reporting ongoing research or practice development may now be submitted.LATE BREAKING ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS HERE
We are delighted to announce that the 2016 ICCHNR Symposium will be held in in the city of Canterbury, Kent, UK, Thursday 15th – Friday 16th September, and is now open for abstracts.
The theme of the symposium is exploring new models and ways of working for all nurses and other health and social care practitioners working in community and primary care.