Respiratory Institute leadership developed “Education Day,” for pulmonary and critical care fellows as a way to consolidate didactic teaching into one day each month and organize activities around one clinical theme. Rendell Ashton, MD, program director, weighs in on why it’s become so popular among trainees and how they’ve adjusted during the pandemic.Read More
From resume reviews to job opportunities, Cleveland Clinic’s Student and New Graduate Nurses’ Resource Station offers guidance on transitioning into a professional nursing career.
Patient-facing healthcare workers more likely to test positive for COVID-19 than non-healthcare workers, but less likely to be hospitalized, a new study finds.
Too few cardiovascular clinical trials adjust for multiplicity to avoid possible statistical flaws, a recent study finds. Two study authors outline steps to fix this — and why trust in clinical research may be at stake.
Fairly simple adjustments to treatment plans can make a significant difference for a child or young adult with a dual diagnosis of cancer and autism spectrum disorder. Pediatric hematologist-oncologist Rabi Hanna, MD, explains.
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The selective RET inhibitor selpercatinib is safe and effective in both treated and treatment-naïve patients with RET fusion-positive NSCLC.
Cleveland Clinic Alum, Siriorn P. Watcharananan, MD, has a new position to add to her professional CV: cover model for Vogue Thailand. And like other Vogue models, she is wearing the latest fashion – in this case, a mask and gown.
Fetal-maternal medicine expert, Giancarlo Mari, MD, discusses opportunities in the field that may further improve infant mortality rates, including fetal intensive care.
We profile three ways in which our Neurological Institute is enhancing the clinical value of virtual visits and/or expanding their reach through innovative new platforms and technologies for patient use.
A nurse-led study by a certified wound, ostomy and continence nurse at Cleveland Clinic compares the use of cotton linens versus synthetic fiber linens and their effect on hospital-acquired pressure injuries.