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As the situation continues to change and evolve every day, Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Chief Nursing Officer Kelly Hancock and her leadership team offer nursing organizations some recommendations for managing through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Don’t take a near-term rise in newly confirmed cases as a sign that social distancing isn’t having an impact, our CEO cautions. Lessons from the 1918 influenza pandemic support continued separation for now.
Among more than 72,000 cases reported from China, about 10% of patients presented with gastrointestinal symptoms, including diarrhea in 2 to 10% and nausea/vomiting in 1 to 10%.
The sources and forms of provider anxiety and stress are many, but strategies for resilience are available. They start with overcoming caregiver concerns about stigma for seeking support.
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Women with rheumatoid arthritis who are of childbearing age face many challenges throughout pregnancy and extending into the postpartum period, from fertility to birth outcomes and control of disease. In this article, rheumatologist Emily Littlejohn, DO, MPH, discusses special considerations for managing patients with rheumatoid arthritis throughout pregnancy and the postpartum period.
In this 16-minute podcast, leaders of our Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute share how the pandemic is impacting cardiac care and procedures at Cleveland Clinic and how to answer common patient questions about the virus.
Our multidisciplinary colorectal cancer team recently implemented a new care path that allows about a third of stage II and III locally advanced rectal cancer patients to avoid surgery.
Volunteers from ClinicPride, Cleveland Clinic’s LGBTQ employee resource group, offer two-hour inclusivity training sessions to promote a culture of safety and quality for caregivers, patients and visitors.
Plan of care visits improve outcomes, enhance the patient experience and reduce inefficiency. In this article, leaders from Cleveland Clinic Children’s explain the procedures and how you can establish a similar program.