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Family Nurse Partnership

The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme is run by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust under licence from the Department of Health. It's an intensive, nurse-led programme of home visits for vulnerable, first time, young parents.

FNP nurses visit parents from early pregnancy until the child is two years old. The nurses build a close, supportive relationship with the whole family, guiding mothers to adopt healthier lifestyles, improve their parenting skills and become self-sufficient.

The FNP application is available via Open Exeter and used by the nurses to record the information gathered during the home visits. It gives authorised users access to a database, allowing them to schedule visits to FNP clients and record the outcomes.

Download the  icon FNP Data User Certificate - Jan 18 [335.77KB]

Find out more on the Family Nurse Partnership website.

National Helpdesk Exeter

Email: or phone: 0300 303 4034

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