For patients with COVID-19 requiring isolation in intensive care units, caregivers might use an average of 66 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) each day. A nursing innovation is making it possible to more easily move IV lines outside of patient rooms, reducing room entry and improving safety.
Nurses are driving new roles and rules in healthcare! ACNO of Research and Innovation Dr. Nancy Albert shares 3 tips for nurse leaders to encourage innovation during this transformative time.
A Cleveland Clinic ACNO studied nurse publication in peer-reviewed journals, examining trends over four time periods. The research yielded surprising results on the number of papers with hospital-based nurses as the first author and as a contributing author (any author status).
Cleveland Clinic’s 7th Annual Nursing Innovation Summit provided inspiration and advice for nursing professionals to move their novel ideas to implementation and improve the healthcare landscape.
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Retained post-surgery prescription opioids can be misused and contribute to the opioid epidemic. A Cleveland Clinic nurse studies the effectiveness of drug disposal bags to ascertain if they increase disposal rates.
Featuring nationally renowned keynote speakers, 24 oral research presentations, more than 50 poster presentations and 12 compelling workshops, the 15th Annual Clinical Research Conference is one you don’t want to miss!
Resusable EEG equipment can harbor microorganisms that may lead to hospital-acquired infections. A study led by a Cleveland Clinic ACNO investigates the number and types of bacteria on such equipment.
Cleveland Clinic ACNO led a clinical study to determine if changes in a patient’s heart failure signs and symptoms at 90 days affect caregiver burden and quality of life.
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.