Leading Change, Adding Value: a framework for nursing, midwifery and care staff

The Atlas of Shared Learning

The Atlas of Shared Learning is a collection of case studies that clearly illustrate and quantify the contribution of nursing, midwifery and care staff, demonstrating the delivery of the Five Year Forward View (FYFV) and other national, regional and local policy initiatives.

42 Case studies

Providing quantifiable evidence of how nursing, midwifery and care staff have led change, identifying and addressing unwarranted variation in practice, contributed to closing the three gaps as described in the FYFV and delivered the Triple Aim outcomes of better outcomes, experience and use of resources.

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The Atlas of Shared Learning will grow as more case studies are added. We are looking to include examples from throughout England and from across health and care, where nursing, midwifery and care staff are demonstrating how they are identifying and addressing unwarranted variation in practice and measuring the difference that they are making.

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Search through the Leading Change, Adding Value Atlas of Shared Learning case studies. You can search by keywords in any of the case studies, by setting and by region. As the Atlas grows, case studies will be regularly updated across all regions and other care settings.

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The Hot Potato Project

Watch this video and learn how the Hot Potato project has helped young people to better access to mental health support services in Cumbria. The Hot Potato project was devised by a student nurse to help young people discuss mental health issues, without fear of stigma. This has led to raised awareness, positive feedback and an education programme rolled out across local schools.

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