Earning a Beacon Award for Excellence takes time and effort, but embarking on the journey is worth it. Leaders from some of the 11 units at Cleveland Clinic that have won the award share their experiences and ideas.
Crisis response training, communication and more health safety officers are among tools Cleveland Clinic is using to keep violence out of the care environment.
Medical-surgical nursing is the largest nursing specialty in the U.S., yet it often gets overlooked. These nurses are the backbone of healthcare, providing care to an array of patients and in a variety of healthcare settings.
A nurse with deep experience and a passion for improving the patient experience helped introduce an evidence-based tool for EOL care directives.
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A multidisciplinary team led by a clinical nurse at Marymount Hospital developed a three-tiered approach to improving functional capacity in cardiac rehabilitation patients.
When faced with challenges, nurses don’t throw up their hands in frustration. They roll up their sleeves and solve problems. During the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses at Cleveland Clinic find solutions to issues small and large.
Emergency Department nurses are embracing a nuanced approach that puts older patients on the best track for follow-up care.
Cleveland Clinic nurses have a new source of support for framing ethical challenges that arise as they care for their patients.
ECNO Meredith Foxx encourages nurses to also give to themselves in the new year. In addition to self-care, she suggests finding solace and rejuvenation through professional development opportunities.
Caring for patients with toxic exposures requires quick-thinking, collaboration and effective use of available resources. Toxic exposure expert Kathrine Huff, MS, RN, offers four important tips for nurses to better prepare for these challenging cases.