The nursing leadership team at Cleveland Clinic rely on monthly “High Five Calls” to communicate important initiatives, programs and messages to front-line staff.
Nurses at Hillcrest Hospital organized a week-long visit for Russian physicians to learn about neonatal resuscitation and care of sick newborns.
Nurses create a “comfort menu” to raise awareness of non-pharmacologic therapies for pain management among staff, patients and families.
Care coordination has always been imperative in the healthcare industry, serving as a foundational center of medical practice for years. However, in the new healthcare environment, the topic is getting renewed attention as part of a widespread effort to help health systems better manage high-risk patients.
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The pain mentor program trains nurses to help manage patients in pain through pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic methods and serve as a resource to bedside nurses.
Providing world-class cancer care can be demanding. With more than 46,000 inpatients treated at Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute in 2010 alone, Cancer Institute nurses understand this all too well.