In this Q&A, Rev. Greene discusses spiritual care at Cleveland Clinic, the importance of empathy and self-compassion.
A new NIH-funded clinical study will turn conventional approaches to post-stroke paresis on their head by enhancing activity of the uninjured brain hemisphere using noninvasive stimulation techniques.
We’ve been pioneering use of the Impella 5.0 temporary LVAD to support patients with cardiogenic shock who need salvage ablation for ventricular tachycardia. This case study shares lessons learned to date.
New Chair of Cleveland Clinic Children’s shares her views on mentoring, burnout and areas of opportunity in pediatrics.
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Experts from Cleveland Clinic and top London centers will gather at the Royal Society of Medicine for two days in September to share insights across major areas of cardiovascular disease.
Hospitals seeking to undertake a self-management approach to diabetes care need to draft clear institutional policies. A closer look at results of a Cleveland Clinic study.
A group of international experts argues that several terms historically used to indicate diagnostic uncertainty in this field cause more harm than good. Here are the terms they want to abandon — and why.
For any clinician with an interest in congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (CCTGA), this 2.5-day October CME event is can’t-miss.
Although treatments for severe obesity exist, the chronic condition is under-treated. Bartolome Burguera, MD, PhD, explains why it is important to treat the underlying condition while managing its comorbidities.
The case of a 40-year-old woman with a syncopal event provides a case lesson in whether and when to supplement the history and exam with tilt-table testing, EEG and neuroimaging studies.