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Publication - Research Finding

Evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland

Published: 26 Feb 2014
Part of:
Children and families, Health and social care
ISBN:
9781784122836

Summary of the key learning and implications from the evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland.

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Contents
Evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland
6 References

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6 References

Ball, M, Barnes, J, Meadows, P (2012) Issues emerging from the first 10 pilot sites implementing the Nurse-Family Partnership home-visiting programme in England, Department of Health, available at: http://www.iscfsi.bbk.ac.uk/projects/files/Issues%20arising%20from%20FNP%20-Evaluation-July-2012.pdf

Barnes, J (2010) 'From evidence-base to practice: implementation of the Nurse Family Partnership programme in England', Journal of Children's Services, 5(4): 4-17

Barnes, J, Ball, M, Meadows, P, McLeish, J, Belsky, J and the FNP Implementation Research Team (2008) Nurse-Family Partnership Programme: first year pilot sites implementation in England: pregnancy and the post-partum period, London: Dept of Health/Dept of Children, Schools and Families

Barnes, J, Ball, M, Meadows, P, Belsky, J and the FNP Implementation Research Team (2009) Nurse-Family Partnership Programme: second year pilot sites implementation in England: the infancy period, London: Dept of Health/Dept of Children, Schools and Families

Barnes, J, Ball, M, Meadows, P, Howden, B, Jackson, A, Henderson, J and Niven, L (2011) The Family-Nurse Partnership Programme in England: Wave 1 implementation in toddlerhood & a comparison between Waves 1 and 2a of implementation in pregnancy and infancy, London: Dept of Health

Burns, H (2009) Health in Scotland: Time for a change - the Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer, NHS Scotland, available at: http://www.scdc.org.uk/media/resources/assets-alliance/CMO%20Annual%20Report%202009.pdf

Department of Health (November 2010) FNP Management Manual (amended for Scottish FNP sites)

Karl, D, Beal, J, O'Hare, C and Rissmiller, P (2006) 'Reconceptualising the Nurse's role in the newborn period as an attacher', American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 31(4): 257-262

Martin, C, Marryat, L, Miller, M, Ormston, R and Gordon, J (2011) The evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership programme in Scotland: phase 1 report - intake and early pregnancy, Edinburgh: Scottish Government available online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/355013/0119868.pdf

Olds, D (2006) 'The Nurse-Family Partnership: an evidence-based preventive intervention', Infant Mental Health Journal 27(1): 5-25

Ormston, R, McConville, S and Gordon, J (2012) Evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership Programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland: 2 nd report - Late pregnancy and postpartum, Scottish Government, available online at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/06/1551

Ormston, R and McConville, S (2012) Evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership Programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland: 3 rd report - Infancy, Scottish Government, available online at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/12/4237

Ormston, R and McConville, S (2013) Evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership Programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland: 4th report - Toddlerhood, Scottish Government

Robinson, D and Miller, L (2013) 'The family nurse workforce study: Assessment of the FNP programme' in Journal of Health Visiting, Volume 1 Issue 5

Sanders, J, Owen-Jones, E and Robling, M (2011) 'Evaluating the Family Nurse Partnership in England: the Building Blocks trial', The Practising Midwife, 14(7):13-15.

Weiss, C (1998) Evaluation. 2nd Edition Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, NJ07458


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