New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements

Two Rush nurses

A Rush nurse is innovative and excited for the opportunity to take nursing practice to the next level. Nurse-led projects improved the organization's hypoglycemia rate and increased patient education on safe sleep practices for infants. And the PNS Evidence-Based Practice and Research Committee had a successful year promoting nursing and multidisciplinary research.

Reducing Hypoglycemia at RUMC

An inter-professional task force convened that could collaboratively work to improve the December 2018 organizational hypoglycemia rate.

Safe Sleep Modeling Starts during the Postpartum Period

Rush University Children’s Hospital (RUCH) is committed to ensuring a safe sleep environment for all newborns and infants during and after their hospital stays.

The RUMC PNS EBP and Research Committee Connection to Rush Nurses

The PNS Evidence-Based Practice and Research Committee had another busy year providing a forum for transformational research mentorship and innovation.