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July 25th, 2017

New findings from Nursing Research

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Young elizabethzimmermann

Everyone knows what nurses do – they care for patients, right? While providing the best possible patient care is foremost on nurses’ minds at Mayo Clinic (and really, that of all our health care providers), nurses hold all sorts of roles. And some nurses are “doctors,” of the Ph.D. variety. These nurse scientists form the […]

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Tags: American Journal of Critical Care, ICU, Linda Chlan, nursing research, patient-administered medication


July 6th, 2009

Mayo’s Science of Health Care Delivery – on Public Radio

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As a critical care physician, most of the patients Ognjen Gajic, M.D. sees are  — well, critical. And while “intensive care” is his specialty, as a researcher he is constantly trying to improve procedures, efficiency — and both the cost and quality of that care. He has launched several studies to make sure the treatments, […]

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Tags: critical care, health care delivery, Health Care Reform, ICU, Mayo Clinic


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