The trickiest part of a research project might not be conducting the study, but funding the work. Dr. Nancy M. Albert, ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation at Cleveland Clinic, offers insight on research funding.
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.
Nurses are encouraged to publish at Cleveland Clinic. Here, nurses talk about sharing their knowledge and experience through writing.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic ACNO Dr. Nancy Albert discusses why nursing innovations are so imperative and how nurses can become successful innovators.
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Disseminating high-quality knowledge advances the science of nursing practice and strengthens an entire nursing organization. Cleveland Clinic ACNO of Research and Innovation talks about the power of publishing.
Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation led the first study to show a direct association between decision-making in clinical heart failure care, via clinical vignette scores, and CHFN status.
Cleveland Clinic ACNO participates in a collaborative study to ascertain the association between initial pharmacological therapy and mortality in heart failure patients with reduced ejection fraction.
A nurse-led study examined the link between hospital window views and clinical outcomes, considering whether rooms with a view of nature, buildings or the sky affect factors ranging from perceived health to length-of-stay.
In an ongoing effort to develop evidence-based nursing practices, Cleveland Clinic nurses at all levels are encouraged to pursue research. The Office of Nursing Research and Innovation provides robust support throughout its hospitals.
Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation led an international study examining the factors associated with telemonitoring use among patients with chronic heart failure.