We are extremely excited to join forces with QARANC Association to provide army nurses an opportunity to benefit from senior leadership support.
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QARANC Association have joined forces with the Florence Nightingale Foundation to offer this career development opportunity to army nurses. The programme, fully funded will offer army nurses bespoke leadership development to develop as future leaders of healthcare in the capital. Applications are now closed. Who is it for? The Florence Nightingale Foundation/ Army Nurse Emerging Leader Scholarship is for registered SNCO nurses and OF1-3 Nursing Officers. The aim of the scholarship is to enhance patient care by investing in nurses to pioneer changes and improvements in patient health through clinical leadership, professional learning networks, opportunities, personal presence and impact development and a military patient improvement project.
Since 1929, the Florence Nightingale Foundation has been committed to advancing the study of nursing and midwifery practice, promoting excellence and preparing nurses and midwives to follow in the footsteps of its namesake, to provide the best possible care to patients across the UK. All costs are funded for you including refreshments and lunches for the cohort days, overnight accommodation, refreshments and dinner for the residential programme, course fees for RADA and entry to Westminster Abbey.
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Scholars report the “life changing” scholarship experience and its professional and personal impact. Scholars report feeling more confident to speak out and influence improvements in patient care and health outcomes. One RAF nurse (Help for Heroes funded Scholar) is undertaking an Emerging Leaders’ Scholarship and one Army Nurse is undertaking the Senior Leaders; both scholars report excellent experience of tuition, investment and support from the FNF.
All applicants should be:
a) Nurses with a current registration and DONC recorded on JPA. b) Regular SNCOs or OF1-3s working at Band 6 or above in a clinical environment. c) Assigned to a clinical delivery or clinical management PID; this should be maintained for the duration of the scholarship. d) Engaged and enthusiastic in patient care improvement. e) Ambitious both personally and professionally to improve patient care. f) Free form academic study funded by the Post Registration Selection Board.
All applicants should have:
a) Completed a sS formal leadership course (CLM/RMAS/or front line NHS Leadership course). b) An EED date greater than 1 Jan 2023.
All applicants will require:
a) CoC and CM approval for the duration of the scholarship. b) T&S support for the duration of the scholarship.
What you will need to demonstrate in your application form and interview:
Upon application, you are required to upload the following information:
Please note before applying: