Double-checking insulin preparation is a recommended practice, but is it evidence-based? A Cleveland Clinic CNS conducted research to ascertain if time-consuming double-checking interventions improve patient safety.
As a patient’s primary bedside caregiver, nurses can actively prevent patient falls with strategies like standardization, continued awareness initiatives, falls prevention rounding, and more.
Long hours, rotating shifts and caring for critically ill patients can lead to nurse burnout. Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Enterprise offers advice for reducing stress and avoiding burnout.
All pediatric patients eventually switch to an adult provider, but too often the transition is abrupt. A Cleveland Clinic nurse practitioner has developed a program to ease the transition for patients, parents and providers.
Featuring presentations and a skills workshop, Cleveland Clinic’s upcoming Digestive Disease Nursing Symposium will offer knowledge and insight on patient care and clinical challenges.
When nurses at Cleveland Clinic’s South Pointe Hospital complained about a shortage of IV infusion pumps, a nursing leader stepped in to find pumps fast and streamline the allocation process for the equipment.
Cleveland Clinic’s 4th annual Nursing Innovation Summit features inspiring discussions from industry experts who will share their insight on how innovation can elevate nursing departments and transform healthcare.
Nursing research at Cleveland Clinic looks at reasons heart failure patients miss early follow-up appointments after inpatient stays – with a goal of improving attendance.
It’s no secret that the role of a nurse is complex. But why? A Cleveland Clinic CNS studies the association between environmental stressors, emotional exhaustion and the complexity of nursing care.
The Republican National Convention brought 50,000 people to Cleveland – and potential security risks. Nurses at Cleveland Clinic were part of a multidisciplinary team that planned for a possible surge in patients.