In the “Beyond Leadership” podcast, Cleveland Clinic Executive Chief Nursing Officer Meredith Foxx offers lessons in leadership that the pandemic have helped illuminate. The first: be kind.
A Cleveland Clinic executive education initiative put a spotlight on how leaders can bring empathy into practice in their professional relationships. It has never been more important to success than in today’s work environment.
The Emerge Stronger program offers confidential, one-on-one peer support for any Cleveland Clinic caregiver distressed by a clinical event.
By integrating trauma-informed care into their practice, providers can make a healing difference for patients who have experienced loss, abuse, poverty and more.
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A new study finds osteopathic medical students undergo a lesser decline in empathy than previously described in MD students. Leonard H. Calabrese, DO, discusses the implications of this research and how to cultivate empathy in medical students.
Clinicians need new skills to develop patient relationships during virtual visits. Digital health communication guidelines are now available.
In this Q&A, Rev. Greene discusses spiritual care at Cleveland Clinic, the importance of empathy and self-compassion.
The 10th annual Patient Experience Summit will be May 13-15, 2019, in Cleveland. Speakers include Victor Montori, MD; Geoff Colvin and Christine Porath.
In this short video, Adrienne Boissy, MD, Chief Experience Officer, explains why empathy matters in healthcare ― to our patients, to fellow caregivers and to ourselves.
The MAGNUS Experience offers a unique opportunity for clinical nurses to participate in thought-provoking discussions about leadership potential.