Professional nursing organizations foster peer-to-peer connections, advance education, and help prepare nurses to manage the ever-changing medical landscape.
If approached with curiosity and an open heart, mentorship can set the stage for a symbiotic relationship that serves both teacher and pupil.
Cleveland Clinic’s new ACNO of Nursing Education and Professional Development is crafting a strategy to meet rapidly changing workforce demands. Her mantra for success is to be bold, innovative and fluid.
A new Cleveland Clinic program boosts engagement among nurses who serve as adjunct faculty and to support recruitment.
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Nurses can go their entire career without seeing a patient experiencing cardiac tamponade, requiring an open chest procedure, yet readiness is vital if it happens. At Cleveland Clinic, nurses are trained to prepare a sterile field and gather tools for physicians to open the chest at the bedside quickly.
Cleveland Clinic has built an on-ramp to careers for students from communities that are under-represented in nursing. The first two graduates say the program provided essential support.
Nurse leaders discuss new-nurse competency, a changing healthcare environment, specialty education and the need for a more diverse workforce.
Cleveland Clinic’s ASPIRE nursing program aims to help more minority students succeed in earning bachelor’s degrees.
Cleveland Clinic’s nurse residency program bolsters confidence and competence to help new nurses bridge the experience gap.
Cleveland Clinic’s WOC School enrolls 120 nurses annually and is one of only five such nursing education programs.