Nurse leaders have a responsibility to focus on the future by using the knowledge that has carried them to the present.
Incorporating shared governance into everyday practice is especially beneficial in today’s climate of change. When caregivers feel valued, heard and respected, they recognize that their contributions matter and they invest more in their organization.
Exemplary teamwork includes caring for colleagues.
Pediatric nurse Jane Hartman is a natural problem-solver. Her innovations include an algorithm tool that helps nurses improve the IV-start process for young patients.
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As the opening of Cleveland Clinic London draws near, nurse leaders there are increasing their collaboration with others throughout the UK to exchange ideas and enhance the profession.
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, “Qualities of Leadership,” highlights nurses whose dedication has made a difference within and beyond the Cleveland Clinic health system.
Research, publication and patient advocacy help define nurse practitioner Dr. Beth Faiman’s trajectory.
Honest, collaborative discourse is essential to maximizing safety and elevating the patient experience.
ECNO Meredith Foxx reflects on her leadership style and offers advice for nurses who are new to leadership roles.
A video webinar devoted to innovations and research highlights the importance of nurses’ contributions.