Putting safety first

Case Western Reserve University nursing student evaluating a patient with instructor.

Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing takes patient safety seriously.

The QSEN Institute—which is dedicated to Quality and Safety Education for Nurses—sets national standards for how to prepare future nurses to recognize and avoid medical errors.

That means our students have professors like Mary Dolansky, director of the QSEN Institute. She teaches the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will make for safe and successful nurses—and she inspires students to improve health care delivery wherever they practice in the future.

At CWRU, nursing education is innovative and dynamic.

This summer, we opened our new Health Education Campus—a state-of-the-art space for collaborative learning for future health care professionals from all fields—including nursing, medicine, dental medicine and social work. Watch the video for a sneak peek.