Designed for all nurse roles, the 14th Annual Nursing Research Conference is designed to enhance nurses’ abilities to plan, conduct and disseminate research. Secure your spot today – registration closes April 20!
From opioids to mental health concerns, Cleveland Clinic’s inaugural SHIELD safety conference will address a number of topics. In this Q&A, ACNO Nelita Iuppa explains this unique event.
More than 1 in 3 physicians are burned out, with effects on patient complaints and satisfaction as well as staff retention. Learn the details — and what Cleveland Clinic is doing in response.
For the first time, Cleveland Clinic is offering its popular ED Power Up! emergency nursing skills class to non-Cleveland Clinic nurses. The in-depth day-long class explores emergency nursing interventions.
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In its 11th year, Cleveland Clinic’s annual Neonatal Nursing Conference is designed to educate and engage attendees, while highlighting new understanding of care realities in the neonatal intensive care environment.
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.
Designed to prepare RNs for the Certified Pediatric Nurse Exam, Cleveland Clinic’s three-part Pediatric Nurse Review Course will be offered March 12, 19 and 26.
More Cleveland Clinic nurses are entering higher education programs than ever before. Three nurses talk about what it takes to get a doctorate and the support they had along the way.
Most professional development opportunities take place during the day. An assistant nurse manager at Cleveland Clinic created a quarterly program to ensure that night shift nurses have access to educational events, too.
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.