What’s new

Access the new Leading Change, Adding Value Atlas of Shared Learning

You can now access the new Leading Change, Adding Value (LCAV) Atlas of Shared Learning.  The Atlas will clearly demonstrate, through more than 200 case studies, how nursing, midwifery and care staff across the health and care sectors have led change and contributed in narrowing the gaps that exist in health and well-being, care and quality, and funding and efficiency and their essential input to the FYFV and other national programmes.

The Atlas of shared learning will enable all staff, wherever they work, whatever their role, locally, nationally and internationally, to source and implement learning on where unwarranted variation in care was identified and addressed through nursing, midwifery and care staff leadership and the resulting improvement of outcomes, experiences and use of resources.

If you are leading change and adding value, this is an exciting opportunity to share your work within the Atlas.   Find out how you can submit your case study.

Update from Professor Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England

Professor Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England thanks colleagues for their ongoing work and support in implementing Leading Change, Adding Value – a framework for nursing, midwifery and care staff.

Complete the new LCAV E-learning tool and we’ll send you a LCAV champion badge.

The new interactive LCAV e-learning tool supports nursing, midwifery and care staff to better understand the framework and how they can apply the principles and improvement methodology to their role.  Health Education England (HEE) and NHS England have jointly led a piece of work to help support the implementation of LCAV, by developing learning products for colleagues across health and care sectors. Through this partnership, and supported by the e-Learning for HealthCare Team (e-LfH), an e-learning tool (a free to access resource) has been produced. This is for all nursing, midwifery and care staff, no matter where you work or what job you do.

Once completed, you can claim your LCAV champion badge.  To find out how, visit our e-learning LCAV web page .

Leading Change, Adding Value Twitter chat series

Are you a tweeter or are you interested in dipping your toe into the world of Twitter and social media?  Would you enjoy connecting with nursing, midwifery and care staff colleagues to learn about and share each other’s LCAV work, the challenges and celebrate the successes? If so, then the imminent launch of the LCAV Twitter chat series could be the ideal opportunity for you.  Keep watching our events and campaign web page and follow @6CsLive for the latest information, dates and times on these chats and other LCAV events.