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Recent CDC survey data on the pandemic’s mental health impacts are being borne out by families seen at Cleveland Clinic. One of our child and adolescent psychiatrists shares some actions taken in response.
New practices prompted by the pandemic promise to enhance mental health care offerings to patients and healthcare providers in ways that will endure after the crisis ends.
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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Nurse-led research projects explore delirium screening tools and the need to raise awareness of delirium symptoms in everyday clinical practice.
What evidence is there backing up the fact that mindfulness-based meditation improves mental health? Sara Davin, PsyD, MPH, examines what we know so far.
What should physicians do if they feel they’re suffering from burnout? Susan J. Rehm, MD, Executive Director of Professional Staff Health, offers her advice.
When Cleveland Clinic integrated routine depression screening into outpatient pediatric epilepsy visits, it learned two things: Such screening is feasible, and 1 in 4 patients screen positive for suicidal ideation.
When an elderly man with no psychiatric history presents with sudden onset of agitation, consider looking to the bladder — both for possible causation and for rapid resolution of symptoms.