Learning bleeding control techniques is just as valuable as learning CPR. Nurses at Medina Hospital use the “Stop the Bleed” national campaign to teach life-saving skills to the local community.
Nurses from the Women’s and Children’s Service at Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital studied together and took certification tests in a group setting, achieving a 90 percent pass rate.
Thirty-year nursing veteran and recognized nurse leader, Sheila Miller, is the new chief nursing officer at Cleveland Clinic Akron General. Read more about her experience and priorities.
ASPIRE graduate and first-year Tri-C nursing student, CharRay Washington, shares how participating in Cleveland Clinic’s ASPIRE program changed her life.
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Cleveland Clinic nurses hold an annual drive to make and collect blankets for a local homeless shelter. They provide more than warm blankets: Tucked inside each one is information on free health screenings.
As part of Cleveland Clinic’s Transition to Practice program, new advanced practice providers complete an independent development project during onboarding to enhance their knowledge and skills.
Resusable EEG equipment can harbor microorganisms that may lead to hospital-acquired infections. A study led by a Cleveland Clinic ACNO investigates the number and types of bacteria on such equipment.
Inspired by Rear Admiral June Ryan, a special guest at Cleveland Clinic’s 10th Annual Nursing Leadership Summit, Cleveland Clinic nurses have started sharing what they are grateful for at shift changes.
Nursing leaders at Cleveland Clinic participated in a community service project, installing more than 100 smoke alarms in homes near the healthcare organization’s main campus.