Rush nurses keep finding better ways to do nearly everything. Rush nurses can’t see a problem without seeking a solution. They are supported in their efforts to develop research projects that result in improvements to our processes and better outcomes for our patients.
The 7 South Atrium Skin Prevalence Team rose to the challenge to develop an innovative intervention for an uptick in Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries (HAPI).
Rush University Medical Center, led by psychiatric nursing, looked closely at our process for identifying patients at risk for suicide.
Decompensation Assessment, Recognition and Treatment (DART) workshop is a quality initiative that was developed to support progressive care nurses.