The National Gardens Scheme was founded in 1927 to raise money for the nurses of the Queen's Nursing Institute by opening gardens of quality and interest to the public.
What does QNI stand for?
QNI stands for Queen's Nursing Institute (London, UK)
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- Quasi Non-Hydrostatic (meteorological model)
- Queens Nautical Height
- Queensland Natural Horsemanship (Australia)
- Question Nil Height (measurement; pressure at sea-level; aviation)
- Qatar National Hotels Company (also seen as QNH; Doha, Qatar)
- Qatar National Height Data (groundwater elevation)
- Qatar Natural History Group
- Quarterly National Household Survey (Ireland)
- Q-Networks, Inc.
- Quantitative Nuclear Image (histology)
- Quiet Night In
- Queensland Nutraceutical Industry Association, Inc. (Pacific Fair, Australia)
- Queensland National Livestock Identification Scheme Implementation Committee
- Quarries National Interest Group (United Kingdom)
- Quality Neighborhood Improvement Program (Miami River Commission)
- Quick Notice Interruptible Transportation
- Quality New Jersey
- Quarries National Joint Advisory Committee (UK)
- Qendra Ndërkombëtare e Kulturës (International Cultural Centre, Albania)
- QinetiQ Nanomaterials Limited
Samples in periodicals archive:
Community nursing charity, the Queen's Nursing Institute, has just announced that Kate Billingham CBE will be the new Chair of its Council.
Rachel Doubleday, a senior lecturer in the School of Health and Social Care, has been given the title of Queen's Nurse by the Queen's Nursing Institute (QNI).
1887 - The Queen's Nursing Institute (QNI) was founded when Queen Victoria gave a grant of pounds 70,000 from the Women's Jubilee Fund.
The project was made possible thanks to a pounds 7,500 grant from the Queen's Nursing Institute Fund for Innovation Award which supports projects to improve nursing care in the community.
The Queen's Nursing Institute (QNI) hosted the party and almost 80 district nurses attended the Port of Liverpool Building last night.
In 1887 The Queen's Nursing Institute began with a grant of pounds 70,000 from Queen Victoria.
Mrs Forys was awarded the honorary title during a ceremony held at the Queen's Nursing Institute in London, after being nominated by her manager Carol Thompson.