- •Frontline nurses face barriers to engaging in innovation despite being well-positioned to solve clinical problems across many settings in healthcare.
- •Nontraditional partnerships are a key driver to successful and timely innovation.
- •Using a closed loop process to iteratively develop and optimize ideas improves optimization and timely progress and increases likelihood of nurse engagement in sustainable innovations.
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