As the COVID-19 pandemic surged throughout 2020, and protocols were updated, the Cleveland Clinic Nursing Institute used multiple tools to keep its 23,000 caregivers worldwide informed.
Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, Cleveland Clinic nurses jumped into action by cross-training to aid in critical care settings, traveling to hard-hit areas to lend a hand and helping set up a surge hospital on main campus.
Nurses can make a difference beyond the bedside by getting informed and taking a stand on issues that matter to them. A CNS from Cleveland Clinic offers five tips for becoming a nurse activist.
Nancy Albert, PhD, CCNS, NE-BC, FAAN, Associate Chief Nursing Officer of Nursing Research and Innovation at Cleveland Clinic, shares insight as the first nurse to serve as president of the Heart Failure Society of America.
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Embracing and operationalizing the five Magnet Model components. A closer look at the journey.
Only about 10% of hospitals in the United States have Magnet status awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Cleveland Clinic nurse leaders share what it takes to earn this prestigious designation.
ECNO Kelly Hancock offers suggestions for organizations looking to create a formal nursing awards recognition program. A look at how recognition has changed and grown over the last two decades.
ASPIRE graduate and first-year Tri-C nursing student, CharRay Washington, shares how participating in Cleveland Clinic’s ASPIRE program changed her life.
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.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic ECNO Kelly Hancock gives a brief review of nursing at Cleveland Clinic this year and offers insight on what lies ahead.