A Cleveland Clinic nurse educator and physician assistant started a shared medical appointment for breast cancer survivors to address their unique needs and issues.
After extensive preparation, Cleveland Clinic has broadened its urology nurse practitioners’ and physician assistants’ roles to allow them to provide care independent from physicians’ practices. The result is better patient access and higher job satisfaction.
From hourly rounding to safety checks, nurses at Medina Hospital are working together to reduce patient falls. A unique hands-on training approach is also helping with prevention.
According to Cleveland Clinic ECNO Kelly Hancock and her nursing leadership team, if nursing organizations focus on nursing practice, education/development, care delivery and technology – they should be poised for success in 2016.
With Ohio ranked 45th out of 50 in infant mortality, Cleveland Clinic OB/GYN nurses are part of a statewide effort to save babies. The focus has been on educating families on safe sleeping practices for newborns.
Pain studies conducted at Cleveland Clinic delve deeper into patients’ experience with how their pain is managed following hospitalization and surgery. Results shed light and lead to additional questions.
The Ohio Perinatal Quality Collaborative recommends that NICUs administer kangaroo care within 21 days of birth, at least 80 percent of the time. This skin-to-skin contact between parent and child shows so many benefits for baby.
Team of more than 100 nurses identifies inefficiencies and makes improvements that have been successfully incorporated into standard operating procedures. Survey scores improve.
Learn more about what it took for Cleveland Clinic Nursing to onboard the nurse caregiver team at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi from CNO Ann Williamson, PhD, RN.
During this holiday season, remember the ongoing importance of recognizing and thanking your organization’s nursing caregivers, and read about some of Cleveland Clinic’s caregiver recognition initiatives.