Leading Change, Adding Value (LCAV) is being put into action by staff in different roles and organisations across the country.
Nursing, midwifery and care staff are showing leadership, making changes in their workplace that make a real difference to people’s experience of care, outcomes and to the efficiency and effectiveness of the services they deliver (the triple aims). They are identifying unwarranted variation in the services they deliver and in the outcomes of people they care for, sometimes without knowing it.
Leading change wherever you work, whatever your role
Whether you work in the NHS, in public health or in the care sector, Leading Change, Adding Value can be applied wherever you work, whatever your role. In these pages, we are highlighting examples of this and signposting to resources available for nursing, midwifery and care staff to deliver LCAV across health and care.
Working with patients, carers and families
Here you will find examples how nursing, midwifery and care staff are placing individuals, families, carers and those we care for at the very heart of the care we provide, ensuring we always develop and deliver care in ways that matter to them. Find out more about these local and national partnerships that demonstrate and support the delivery of Leading Change, Adding Value.
As champions for Leading Change, Adding Value, Care Makers are a network of caring and passionate people committed to championing the principles of the framework and to role modelling the values of the 6Cs. Find out more about the Care Maker network and you can apply to join.