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"Our nurses at Cincinnati Children’s work from dawn to dusk and through the starlit hours to deliver the best possible patient care. When parents bring their children through our doors their focus is on one thing – the best outcome for their kids. The nurses at Cincinnati Children’s help them reach the goal with dignity, respect and lots of smiles. Such quality care is why we were designated a Magnet institution back in 2009. It is an honor to be recognized for our excellence in nursing; it sets the bar higher for what we need to continually achieve." - Cheryl Hoying, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN, Senior Vice President of Patient Services.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has again attained Magnet® recognition as part of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®. This voluntary credentialing program for hospitals recognizes excellence in nursing. This credential is the highest honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice. Cincinnati Children’s was first designated a Magnet® facility in 2009 and our re-designation period is 2013-2017.
Professional development of our nurses at Cincinnati Children’s is viewed as essential to the delivery of quality services within our institution and to improvements in our patients’ outcomes. To this end, Patient Services’ Center for Professional Excellence has consistently supported and developed educational opportunities which incorporate multiple dissemination methods and various learning formats. Our presentation methods include; live, online, podcasting, webinar, and journal clubs, to mention just a few. Our nurses can access a variety of educational programming via computer at Cincinnati Children’s, from home, and/or from anywhere that they can access the Internet. In 2012, over 400 continuing education courses were offered at Cincinnati Children’s; all programs offering one contact hour or less are free to all of our nurses. We pride ourselves on having established our Nursing Grand Rounds as a one hour CE program that allows our nurses to engage in professional development and obtain all of the contact hours needed to meet their licensure requirements.
The Center for Professional Excellence - Research & Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) supports the Patient Services researcher with help in designing research questions, preparing proposals, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of research.
Watch our Point of Care Scholar Program video.
Shared Governance is a decision-making structure at Cincinnati Children's that provides nurses the ability to define their practice by voicing their ideas and making decisions on issues that impact their work environment and patient care.
Learn more about Shared Governance
- Explore topics in our Grand Rounds series:
- Learn more about Nursing Careers at Cincinnati Children's
- View our Nursing annual report
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