Heart failure expert and executive nurse leader Dr. Nancy Albert discusses the information card innovation that helps heart failure patients transition from hospital to home, reduces readmissions and more.
Cleveland Clinic’s Simulation and Advanced Skills Center trained more than 39,000 caregivers last year and 64 percent of them were nurses. New facilities, courses and technologies ensure those numbers will continue to rise.
ECNO Kelly Hancock details 5 reasons neuroscience caregivers won’t want to miss Cleveland Clinic’s 20th Annual Neuroscience Conference.
For a milestone two decades, Cleveland Clinic has been hosting Innovations in Neuroscience – offering insights on the most pressing topics in the field, leading innovations and technological advances.
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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.
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.
An innovative new protocol has made a big difference in ensuring that nurses are prepared and call center operators are ready to respond quickly to an onsite emergency.
Experienced nurse leader, Ruthann Gavrilescu, is taking on the unique role of Senior Director of Nursing for Cleveland Clinic’s newly created and highly innovative population health unit.
In this Q&A, the Associate Chief Nursing Officer for Cleveland Clinic’s main campus shares her thoughts on advances in this ever-evolving role.