Cleveland Clinic announces creation of Chief Caregiver Officer position, to be held by K. Kelly Hancock, former Executive Chief Nursing Officer (ECNO) for the health system. Meredith Foxx named interim ECNO.
As the situation continues to change and evolve every day, Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Chief Nursing Officer Kelly Hancock and her leadership team offer nursing organizations some recommendations for managing through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ceremony honored and celebrated Cleveland Clinic’s 2019 Maria and Sam Miller Nursing Excellence Awards recipients.
ECNO Kelly Hancock shares highlights from the 11th Annual Nursing Leadership Summit, which included national experts and a video on value-based care and the future of healthcare. Learn more and watch the brief video.
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Embracing and operationalizing the five Magnet Model components. A closer look at the journey.
From education to resourceful tools, an incident reporting system and more, learn about Cleveland Clinic’s efforts to prevent workplace violence for nurses and all caregivers.
ECNO Kelly Hancock shares examples of some programs that are mentoring the nurses of the future.
ECNO Kelly Hancock offers suggestions for organizations looking to create a formal nursing awards recognition program. A look at how recognition has changed and grown over the last two decades.
Aspiring to nurse leadership takes self reflection and a plan of action. Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Chief Nursing Officer, K. Kelly Hancock, shares six important tips with nurses who want to move into management.
ASPIRE graduate and first-year Tri-C nursing student, CharRay Washington, shares how participating in Cleveland Clinic’s ASPIRE program changed her life.