Designed to support new models of care and new ways of working, the Hull and East Yorkshire Older People’s Nursing Fellowship is a locally developed, externally recognised and accredited programme of activities designed to foster nurses sufficiently capable, confident and motivated to lead improvements at the forefront of services to promote the health and well-being of older people.
This innovative initiative, has been championed by Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and facilitated by the School of Health and Social Work at the University of Hull, in collaboration with East Riding of Yorkshire CCG, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, City Healthcare Partnership CIC and Humber NHS Foundation Trust. The Fellowship is of three years duration and includes sponsorship to undertake a Master’s Degree at the University of Hull, together with a bespoke in service development programme.
Find out more about the Older Peoples Nursing Fellowship for Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire in our NHS Older Peoples Nursing Fellowship Booklet or by viewing the film below.
For further information please contact Tracey Heath at Hull University via T.N.Heath@hull.ac.uk