Quality improvement using the principles of the Leading Change, Adding Value framework

NHS England | January 2019 | Quality improvement using the principles of the Leading Change, Adding Value framework 

A new case study on NHS England’s Atlas of Shared Learning looks at how the Senior Development Team  nurse undertook a programme  of quality improvement (QI).

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The programme has supported the continued professional development of nursing staff to carry out a series of improvement projects, all targeting quality improvement and leadership.

The senior development team nurse collaborated with colleagues from across their organisation to identify  principles of the Leading Change, Adding Value framework (LCAV) which could be embedded in practice. They supported colleagues to be aware of and understand these principles, as well as aligning quality improvement projects with the ten aspirational commitments embedded in Leading Change, Adding Value framework (LCAV).

A nursing development conference was hosted by the Trust to launch the programme including 70 key stakeholder nursing colleagues from across the Trust.

The senior development nurse helped to create a culture shift in approach to quality improvement through empowering staff at all levels to lead change and add value (Source: NHS England).

Read the full, unabridged case study at NHS England 

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