We’ve joined with Case Western Reserve University to introduce the first fellowship devoted exclusively to biodesign in the clinical neurosciences.
Sexual Harassment in Neurosurgery: What the Numbers Reveal
A survey of neurosurgeons shows that nearly two-thirds of respondents have witnessed sexual harassment at work or during training and over half of respondents have experienced it personally.
Tackling Neuroethical Conundrums (Podcast)
Expanding neurological treatment options bring new ethical conundrums. One of our neuroethicists explores the underlying issues in this Neuro Pathways podcast episode.
Check Out Our Neuro Pathways Podcast
Cleveland Clinic’s twice-monthly podcast for medical professionals explores developments in brain and spine disease with experts from across our Neurological Institute. Choose from this directory of episodes and listen in now.
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Benzel Symposium Launched AANS Meeting with Reflections on Spine Care — and an Eye to the Future
Even while celebrating the legacy of a neurosurgery giant, this singular CME event was forward-looking above all, with powerful takeaways on everything from MIS surgery to the essence of innovation.
Benzel Symposium Prior to AANS Meeting Will Showcase Superb Spine Caregiving
This 1.5-day CME course will explore six leading areas of spine surgery today while honoring the career of master neurosurgeon Ed Benzel, MD. Don’t be surprised if you’re inspired to be a better doctor as a result.
How We Raised Our Neuro OR Capacity with Process Changes Anyone Can Adopt
Our Neurological Institute paired cultural changes with visual schedule boards and frequent team huddles to drive ongoing improvement in operating room scheduling. This case study shares details and results.
Epilepsy Surgery’s Past, Present and Future: A Conversation with Dr. William Bingaman
One of the world’s premier hemispherectomy specialists looks back to epilepsy surgery’s Neolithic origins — and ahead to what blows him away about today’s neurosurgery residents.