10 reasons nurses should attend Patient Experience Summit 2018
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic ECNO Kelly Hancock expresses why it’s so important for nurse leaders to celebrate and recognize their nurses during National Nurses Week and beyond.
Nurses often focus so much on caring for others that they fail to properly care for themselves. Resolve to put yourself first in 2018.
With a consistent influence on two foundational components of high reliability environments – quality and safety – nurses can impact interprofessional collaboration and propel team-based care.
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ECNO Kelly Hancock shares how components of Cleveland Clinic’s latest student nurse education initiative – the Nurse Associate Extern program – can deliver great benefit to nursing students and nursing organizations.
From the importance of APRNs in healthcare transformation to the advantages of team-based Chronic Care Clinics, success stories and best practices, ECNO Kelly Hancock shares highlights from the 9th Annual Nursing Leadership Summit.
In an age where quality is everything, diversity in nursing is key. ECNO Kelly Hancock shares how nurse leaders can take action within their own organizations to grow and develop a more diverse nursing program.
The interdisciplinary 2017 Patient Experience Summit offered breakout sessions, poster presentations and networking opportunities for nurses, highlighting the important role they play in providing patient-focused care.
Cleveland Clinic recently celebrated more than 125 frontline nurse leaders at a unique panel event designed to inspire and encourage further growth through the stories of others.
Encouraged by Nurses Week 2017 and the ANA’s call for nurses to focus on self-nurturing, ECNO Kelly Hancock reminds nurse leaders of another necessary form of nurturing – nurturing the next generation.