A new team dedicated to expediting patient transport has earned national attention for its ability to reduce wait times and overcome the logistical challenges that often hinder cross-facility transfers.Read More
Novel perinatal program aims to provide a supportive birth experience to survivors of sexual abuse and trauma.
A streamlined, customizable discharge checklist with teach-back questions aims to ensure that patients leave with a clear understanding of next steps and what to watch out for.
Sometimes the ideal place to receive care isn’t at the hospital. Cleveland Clinic nurses provide an array of services to patients in their homes. Caregivers share two stories that highlight in-home care at its best.
Homelessness, challenging in the best of times, is exacerbated during a global pandemic. Frontline caregivers at Cleveland Clinic main campus handed out backpacks with essential items to help temporarily ease the burden.
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A tool pioneered to help streamline the assessment of inpatient mobility has been adopted by Cleveland Clinic nurses in an initiative that shows expanded benefits for patients and caregivers.
A clinical nurse specialist from Cleveland Clinic conducted a study to explore the experience of intravenous substance users with infective endocarditis and subsequently better manage their care.
At the start of each Executive Nursing Meeting, nurse leaders are asked to share a “Mission Moment.” Here are some special mission moments that were shared in 2019 by nurse leaders.
Since 2017, nurses and other frontline staff at Cleveland Clinic Akron General have participated in training to better understand autism and meet the specific needs of individual patients on the autism spectrum.
A clinical nurse in the SICU at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus recovered from COVID-19 after four weeks thanks in part to unwavering support from care coordinators, social workers, nurses and physicians.
Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital created a simple three-step program to enhance nurse-patient communication by encouraging caregivers to sit, connect and communicate with patients.