COVID-19 International Project

International Nurse-Family Partnership COVID-19 International Project

This page is designed to support the posting and sharing of both products derived from the project and resources and innovations being created by countries to support staff and families during the COVID-19 pandemic. All resources posted here can be downloaded, adapted and used by Clinical leads. The International team would like to thank everyone for their participation in the project, their willingness to share their work and the continued commitment that they are showing to NFP and vulnerable families during this challenging time.

NFP COVID-19 Guidance Documents

Data Collection

Innovations and Educational Resources


​​​​​​​Scotland webinar: Facilitating TelePIPE – including PIPE in Telehealth visits 

The link below gives access to a recent webinar provided by the NFP (FNP) educators in Scotland to explore how PIPE can be used interactively within telehealth visits. This should be viewed along with the PIPE using Telehealth guidance document and a hard copy of the slides is included in the handouts below. 

Please note that Turas as mentioned in the webinar is a Scottish website, but all the resources mentioned can be accessed on this website. 


Using ASQ: SE-2 Virtually

NFP webinar: Responding to IPV and mental health challenges in context of COVID-19 pandemic

  • The link below that provides access to a recent NFP Live webinar hosted by Sharon Sprinkle at the National Service Office in Denver. The webinar invited guest speakers Dr Susan Jack and Dr Linda Beeber to speak about the risks for NFP clients to mental health and Intimate Partner Violence during the COVID-19 pandemic and the ways in which NFP nurses can respond to these issues within the current context of Telehealth/ tele practice use.

Research, Information, and Policy Documents


Family Nurse Partnership Insights (COVID-19) Evaluation Report – Initial Findings 

This independent evaluation, conducted by the University of Edinburgh,  collected data via focus groups and interviews with Nurses and Clients in order to report on experiences of program delivery in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Early Intervention Foundation: a rapid review of the evidence relating to virtual & digital delivery of interventions for children and young people

Center on the Developing Child

Supporting parents and children in the early years during (and after) the COVID-19 crisis Gabriella Conti 01 May 2020