ICU nurses set out to enhance care for end-of-life patients, and the initiatives help the nursing team too.
Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital instituted delirium prevalence rounds last year. Since then, bCAM positive 30-day readmission rates have dropped significantly.
Daily tiered huddles at the hospitals open the lines of communication from nursing staff to executive management ensuring that critical issues get immediate attention.
Cleveland Clinic’s 170-acre main campus has two dedicated adult rapid response teams and a pediatric team. Nurses are an important part of this emergency care.
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Delirium is grossly under recognized in hospitals. Nurses on a neuromedicine unit at Cleveland Clinic created a multi-pronged approach to recognizing delirium and improving patient care and outcomes.
Nurses implement continuous improvement projects so they can be more prepared when medical emergency response teams are called on to save lives.
Clinical nurses and nurse scientists from around the country gathered at Cleveland Clinic’s 14th annual Nursing Research Conference in May to network and share ideas.
Nurse-led research projects explore delirium screening tools and the need to raise awareness of delirium symptoms in everyday clinical practice.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic ACNO Dr. Nancy Albert discusses why nursing innovations are so imperative and how nurses can become successful innovators.
Cleveland Clinic’s in-depth two-day clinical skills training course covers a number of imperative forensic/SANE nursing topics set forth by IAFN – from sexual assault techniques to forensic photography.