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The Phillips Ives Review was launched virtually on 26 May 2022 by its Chair, Dr Natasha Phillips, Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO), NHS England and International Vice-Chair Dr Jeanette Ives Erickson (USA).

This year long in-depth study will identify what is required to enable the meeting of the CNIO NHS England's aims for Nurses & Midwives:

  • To ensure nurses and midwives are empowered to practice and lead in a digitally-enabled health and social care system, now and in the future.

  • To ensure nursing and midwifery practice is fully supported by the use of digital technology and data science.

The Review will bring together national and international experts with expertise in nursing and midwifery and beyond, to investigate, critically appraise and make recommendations to ensure the breadth of ambition and scope of future practice of the pre and post registration nursing and midwifery workforce is captured.

Have your say

As part of this work, we are asking you to:

  1. Contribute to the individual Ideas Wall for each of the six topic areas below. Please add any thoughts or comments to the links below:
    1. Specialist practice (professionalisation)
    2. Data capture and use in nursing and midwifery practice
    3. Population health
    4. Regulation and education standards
    5. Place based person-centred care supported by tech
    6. Genomics in nursing and midwifery practice

  2. Submit case studies of work or experiences that address the six areas above, by considering:
    • What is working well?
    • What needs to change?
    • What should we think about for the future?

  3. Answer our benchmarking survey - this will help us to identify further areas for development and a clearer understanding of the landscape across services.

If you don't have a case study but would like to share an idea, comment, suggestion or any other feedback about these six themes, please add a post it note to our Ideas Wall each theme has its own wall for you to share your thoughts on.


Please feel free to share this page on social media or with your colleagues in health and social care.

The Phillips Ives Review was launched virtually on 26 May 2022 by its Chair, Dr Natasha Phillips, Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO), NHS England and International Vice-Chair Dr Jeanette Ives Erickson (USA).

This year long in-depth study will identify what is required to enable the meeting of the CNIO NHS England's aims for Nurses & Midwives:

  • To ensure nurses and midwives are empowered to practice and lead in a digitally-enabled health and social care system, now and in the future.

  • To ensure nursing and midwifery practice is fully supported by the use of digital technology and data science.

The Review will bring together national and international experts with expertise in nursing and midwifery and beyond, to investigate, critically appraise and make recommendations to ensure the breadth of ambition and scope of future practice of the pre and post registration nursing and midwifery workforce is captured.

Have your say

As part of this work, we are asking you to:

  1. Contribute to the individual Ideas Wall for each of the six topic areas below. Please add any thoughts or comments to the links below:
    1. Specialist practice (professionalisation)
    2. Data capture and use in nursing and midwifery practice
    3. Population health
    4. Regulation and education standards
    5. Place based person-centred care supported by tech
    6. Genomics in nursing and midwifery practice

  2. Submit case studies of work or experiences that address the six areas above, by considering:
    • What is working well?
    • What needs to change?
    • What should we think about for the future?

  3. Answer our benchmarking survey - this will help us to identify further areas for development and a clearer understanding of the landscape across services.

If you don't have a case study but would like to share an idea, comment, suggestion or any other feedback about these six themes, please add a post it note to our Ideas Wall each theme has its own wall for you to share your thoughts on.


Please feel free to share this page on social media or with your colleagues in health and social care.

Page last updated: 11 Aug 2022, 08:30 AM