Nurses open up about the joys and challenges of providing care in a post-pandemic world.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic Nursing’s Senior Director of Staffing and University Outreach Meg Duffy offers important tips for new graduate RNs to help them land that first job!
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic ACNO Joan Kavanagh shares thoughts and strategies on how nurse educators can advance excellence in nursing education.
Cleveland Clinic helps new nurses acclimate to the healthcare system and their units with a personalized precepting program that pairs new caregivers with experienced nurses for one-on-one mentoring.
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From choosing a program type to what to do after graduation, ACNO of Advanced Practice Nursing, Meredith Foxx, offers advice and recommendations for nurses considering a career as an APRN.
In 2017 the Zielony Nursing Institute launched a career shadowing program for high school students to great success. The program is being done in collaboration with the Howley Family Foundation and Cuyahoga Community College.
ECNO Kelly Hancock shares how components of Cleveland Clinic’s latest student nurse education initiative – the Nurse Associate Extern program – can deliver great benefit to nursing students and nursing organizations.
Cleveland Clinic is a leading healthcare system where nurses have great opportunities to learn and grow in their field. Join two experienced and influential Cleveland Clinic nurses as they share their career advice during this live webchat at 2 p.m. on Sept. 13.
Cleveland Clinic’s new five-hour Evidence-Based Practice eLearning Course provides experienced and novice nurses and students detailed guidance throughout the evidence-based practice process.
In an age where quality is everything, diversity in nursing is key. ECNO Kelly Hancock shares how nurse leaders can take action within their own organizations to grow and develop a more diverse nursing program.