Nurse-led multispecialty team develops visual aids and novel preventative measures to reduce the risk of central line-associated bloodstream infections.Read More
Clinical nurse specialists affect patient care, nursing practice and healthcare systems. A new intern program at Cleveland Clinic ensures new graduates are ready to take on the role from day one.
Nursing leaders address new Joint Commission guidelines for preventing workplace violence with training, data collection and a zero-tolerance policy.
Hospital strengthens the collective voice of bedside nurses by reinvigorating its shared governance model through recruitment and mentorship.
Determined to promote safety and improve the confidence of clinicians who provide vaccines, a team of pediatric nurses has developed a new protocol to streamline the administration of immunizations.
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An expert team of vascular-access nurses aims to reduce the substantial risks posed by peripherally inserted catheters by enhancing patient screening and clinical training.
Simulated training aims to better prepare pediatric nurses to provide empathetic care to the rising number of patients with autism spectrum disorder.
Behavioral health nurses employ commitment and compassion to help patients overcome psychiatric illness and trauma.
Novel program helps vulnerable patients avoid the emergency department and risk of hospital readmission.
Retired nurses help relieve pandemic-related burdens by putting their clinical skills back to “work.”
Patients on some Cleveland Clinic units can use their own mobile devices to gain access to robust information about their medications, hospital care team members and managing their health conditions.