UAMS supports the advancement of nursing research and the evaluation and use of evidence-based findings in our practice. The Center for Nursing Excellence is pleased to recognize the research and publication of findings related to PICC device securement and CLABSI by Mark Rowe, MNSc, RNP, VA-BC, and colleagues. Mark performed a retrospective quality review of PICC data, focusing on CLABSI outcomes related to securement devices. The aim of the study was to understand the impact of securement devices on CLABSI rates and determine if either adhesive engineered securement devices (AESD) or subcutaneous engineered securement devices (SESD) were associated with higher CLABSI rates. After analyzing data from over 7500 charts, Mark and colleagues found that use of AESD was associated with a 288% increased risk of CLABSI. Decisions related to the use of securement devices are complex and based on a number of factors, but this study yields important information in the impact of device securement on risk of CLABSI. Mark’s study will be published in a future issue of the American Journal of Infection Control. Here is a sneak peek of the publication. Congratulations, Mark, on this excellent achievement!