Knowledge and Skills Exchange enables the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) teams to build local capacity, reach more people and improve cost-effectiveness by sharing their skills and knowledge with other services. It is split into two parts:

  • The development of four learning packages (improving communication between clients and practitioners; parent-child attachment; the adolescent brain; and engaging marginalised clients); 

  • Implementation (working with a small number of FNP sites to develop tools and approaches to ensure that the packages and learning are properly understood and applied).


Cost effectiveness 

How FNP saves money in the short and long-term


Accelerated Design and Programme Testing


Contributions from the whole FNP community

The local teams

How FNP operates on a local level