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Cleveland Clinic’s Euclid Hospital has improved its HCAHPS scores in several domains by implementing various patient experience initiatives.
Nurses at Cleveland Clinic developed the Float Ally Model to help cross-unit floats acclimate to new units, feel more comfortable and ultimately provide better patient care.
Medical-surgical nursing has evolved from an entry-level position to a defined specialty. Discover where med-surg nurses work and the skill set required.
Using a decade of research on falls in cancer patients, a Cleveland Clinic nurse developed a tool for predicting falls risks. It could help reduce the number of falls in hospitalized patients.
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Pediatric oncology nurses on Cleveland Clinic’s main campus expanded infusion services beyond cancer patients. Now they also treat rheumatology, genetics, neurology, cardiology and nephrology patients.
A critical thinking class at Cleveland Clinic’s Fairview Hospital teaches nurses a proactive approach to assessing patients and anticipating complications.
With opiate addiction on the rise, hospitals are seeing more pregnant moms battling addiction. A conference hosted by nurses at Fairview Hospital offered valuable insight into treating these families and babies.
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.
An exhausted mother of a patient in Fairview Hospital’s 24-bed Pediatric Medical-Surgical Unit shared her distress with a nurse. “I just want my baby to sleep,” said the mother, whose baby had hyperbilirubinemia.