Executive Chief Nursing Officer Meredith Foxx shares some of the new lessons she has learned since stepping into her role one year ago.
Cleveland Clinic nurses find countless avenues for pursuing meaningful careers while expanding knowledge and contributing to an ever-growing national community of care. This series, “The Qualities of Leadership,” highlights nurses whose dedication has made a difference within and beyond the Cleveland Clinic health system.
In honor of Cleveland Clinic’s centennial, ACNO Joan Kavanagh offers a look at the nursing education and professional development programs that make Cleveland Clinic shine.
Six months since COVID-19 hit the U.S., Chief Caregiver Officer Kelly Hancock offers a few lessons learned from Cleveland Clinic’s nursing organization.
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The role of assistant nurse manager is often the first leadership role in nursing. Cleveland Clinic launched an initiative to bolster the position, better support ANMs and create opportunities for professional advancement.
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.
Cleveland Clinic is committed to helping the Nurses on Boards Coalition achieve its goal of 10,000 nurses on boards by 2020. A leader in the movement and a dedicated board member offer their perspective and advice.
As the scope of nursing practice grows, Cleveland Clinic Florida CNO sees nursing practice shifting more toward preventive efforts, including wellness exams, screenings and patient education. In this Q&A she discusses leadership through change and what it takes to be a successful nurse in today’s healthcare landscape.
At Cleveland Clinic, our nurses find out what it’s like to work on a team of teams in a dynamic environment. As they grow and develop their careers, what they really learn is what it feels like to belong.
Being an executive nurse leader today takes business acumen and communication skills. To ensure that it is preparing its nurses for the future, Cleveland Clinic’s Nursing Institute launched a customized Executive Nurse Fellowship that is driving care enhancements.