Responding to the developing situation in Ukraine

Re-shared from the International Family Nursing Association statement made on March 1st, 2022 As family nurses, the International Family Nursing Association (IFNA), stands in solidarity with all people who are being so tragically affected by the Russian military invasion of Ukraine. IFNA embraces a compassionate family focus on health, social justice, human dignity, and respect … Read more Responding to the developing situation in Ukraine

Webinar – Partnerships with Families Living with Rare Diseases

We invite you to attend our fifth IFNA – UK and Ireland Chapter webinar, titled “Re-shape, Re-form, Re-imagine a True Partnership With Families Living With Rare Diseases.” The free webinar will take place on Monday 28 February 2022, from 12.30pm until 2pm GMT, on Zoom. Click here to register! Coinciding with Rare Disease Day, the … Read more Webinar – Partnerships with Families Living with Rare Diseases

Webinar – How to Use Infographics to Promote Family Health

We invite you to attend our fourth IFNA – UK and Ireland Chapter webinar, on ‘How to Use Infographics to Promote Family Health’. The webinar will take place on Monday 06 December 2021, from 1pm until 2pm GMT, on Zoom. Click here to register! Presented by Dr Joel G. Anderson and Chaired by Dr Suja … Read more Webinar – How to Use Infographics to Promote Family Health

IFNA President’s Holiday Message

As 2021 draws to a close, on behalf of the IFNA boardm I wish to thank all IFNA members including the Committees, Chapters and Committee Chairs, and Kassalen Meetings and Events, for your belief in and continual and precious support of IFNA, and for generously giving your time, expertise and wisdom to drive the work of IFNA. Without such support we could not continue advocating so successfully for families and family nurses worldwide.

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IFNC15 Scholarship Report from Dr Simon Stones

The IFNA – UK and Ireland Chapter Executive Group spoke with Dr Simon Stones, who was awarded one of the International Family Nursing Foundation-funded scholarships to support his attendance at the virtual 15th International Family Nursing Conference. During the conference, Simon delivered a presentation about his PhD research. Here is what he said…

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Webinar – Valuing the Voices of Patients and Families in Family Research

2021 Webinar Series Valuing the Voices of Patients and Families Across the Life-course in Family Research: Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) Monday 4 October 2021, 13.00–14.00 (GMT+1) Register for our free Zoom webinar here If you are interested but the time is not convenient for you, please register and you will receive a … Read more Webinar – Valuing the Voices of Patients and Families in Family Research

Webinar – Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services

Webinar recording now available here. Passcode: =0S#QuX+ We invite you to attend our second IFNA – UK and Ireland Chapter webinar, on ‘Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services in the UK: Past, Present and Future’. The webinar will take place on Tuesday 10 August 2021, from 1pm until 2pm, on Zoom. Click here to … Read more Webinar – Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services

Join IFNA networking event on June 2nd

  We warmly invite you to another free virtual networking event, hosted by our parent organisation, IFNA, for members, their colleagues and friends who may be interested in family nursing and family-focused care. It will be a great opportunity to meet and hear from international colleagues. Although two events are planned, the event scheduled for Wednesday 2 June … Read more Join IFNA networking event on June 2nd

Webinar – Family Care and Communication in Simulation

We are excited to invite you to attend our first IFNA – UK and Ireland Chapter webinar, on ‘Developing Family Care and Communication Skills in Simulation’. The webinar will take place on Monday 07 June 2021, from 1pm until 2pm, on Zoom. Click here to register! Presented by Dr Amanda Garrow and Professor Stacey Van Gelderen, … Read more Webinar – Family Care and Communication in Simulation

Family Matters Campaign for Huntington’s Disease

  May is Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month. This year the national organisations that support people impacted by Huntington’s disease across Ireland, England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, have joined together as the Huntington’s Disease Alliance UK and Ireland. Family members from each region are sharing their stories and contributions in the collective ‘Family Matters’ … Read more Family Matters Campaign for Huntington’s Disease