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Chicago RN receives National Black Nurses Award

Robyn Jackson, RN, MSN, CCRN, CNML, director of the ICU/TCU, ED and stroke program at Advocate Trinity Hospital in Chicago, recently was honored as the recipient of the 2014 National Black Nurses Award sponsored by the Chicago chapter of the National Black Nurses Association, according to a news release.

Jackson was nominated for her leadership skills guiding Advocate Trinity Hospital’s ICU and TCU toward excellence, which has resulted in a movement toward more patient-centered care and improved clinical outcomes, according to the release. Those improved outcomes include a 60% length of stay reduction, a one-year CLABSI free environment for the ICU and TCU, and implementation of the hypothermia protocol and the sepsis alert team, according to the release.

Jackson recently was promoted to her current position. She has been at Advocate for two years, previously as manager of clinical OPS and ICU.

By | 2014-08-04T00:00:00-04:00 August 4th, 2014|Categories: Greater Chicago, Regional|0 Comments

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