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Sharon Blackburn and Stacey McCann: Leading Change, Adding Value releases the potential of care workers

The Leading Change, Adding Value framework is supporting care staff as well as nurses and midwives to tackle unwanted variation and transform services

The Leading Change, Adding Value framework is supporting care staff as well as nurses and midwives to tackle unwanted variation and transform services

The Leading Change, Adding Value (LCAV) framework for all nursing, midwifery and care staff was launched in May 2016 by England’s chief nursing officer Jane Cummings. The framework not only supports staff, it also benefits people who use services.

Social care colleagues developed a set of ‘I statements’ for people they support, related to the ten commitments of LCAV and the 6Cs, nursing’s value base .

The aim is that people using services feel informed and supported, and have a voice, choice and control.

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