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Items Tagged ‘nursing research’

October 31, 2017

Education changes perception of sepsis screening tool among nurses

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann

Sepsis, a complication of an infection, a time-critical and potentially life-threatening disease, is one of Mayo Clinic’s top 10 patient safety risks. To mitigate this risk, sepsis screening alert tools were developed to help staff in the Emergency Department identify patients at risk. Nurses play an important role in minimizing the risk of sepsis by […]

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Tags: emergency department, nursing research

July 25, 2017

New findings from Nursing Research

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann

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: nursing research

February 23, 2016

Taking the First Step – Tracking Discharge Delays

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor

The national conversation continues to revolve around health care and improvements in health care delivery, and often focuses on finding ways to add value and reduce cost. At Mayo Clinic, we too seek to enhance health and the way patients experience health care. Nurses are at the front line of patient care, and positioned such, […]

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Tags: care transitions, Diane Holland, nursing research, patient experience

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