In this Q&A, first-time Cleveland Clinic CNO Julie Fetto shares what her first year as a CNO was like, what she expected and what she didn’t, and advice for other first-time CNOs.
Faced with enormous amounts of change, today’s nurse leaders must serve their teams, adapt to the evolving landscape, and lead us into the future – making leadership development a must.
Cleveland Clinic London welcomes 30+ year nursing veteran, Deb Small, as its first Chief Nursing Officer. Leading all nursing services, she will ensure nursing excellence for London’s patients and communities.
The first to participate in Cleveland Clinic’s inaugural Executive Nurse Fellowship, 11 aspiring nurse leaders recently spent five days garnering essential insights and education from top academic and service executives.
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Nurses and nurse leaders won’t want to miss Cleveland Clinic’s 9th annual Patient Experience Summit: Empathy + Innovation. Register today and further your commitment to enhancing the patient experience!
Barbara Morgan has been named ACNO of emergency services. Driven to influence outcomes and quality, she will provide strategic and operational leadership and more.
A nurse-led CI project did a thorough audit of the barriers to purposeful hourly rounding, and led to real solutions to improve the process.
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, Cleveland Clinic ECNO Kelly Hancock expresses why it’s so important for nurse leaders to celebrate and recognize their nurses during National Nurses Week and beyond.
From sharing successful new practices to submitting new ideas or further developing ideas, Cleveland Clinic’s Nursing Innovation Center keeps innovation at the forefront of nursing practice.