During challenging times, clinicians in the ob/gyn and women’s health space must rise to find solutions and remain strong advocates for patients and the profession.
Embracing the Emerging Role of “Expert” Patients in Cancer Care
Empowered to navigate their care and participate in shared decision-making, “expert” patients are transforming the traditional patient-provider relationship.
Giving Cochlear Implant Candidates a Voice for Hearing
Technology and the ability to identify CI candidates have improved, but clinicians still have a responsibility to advocate for their patients until access to the device improves.
How One Patient History Changed a Family’s Diagnosis
Endocrinologist Kevin Pantalone, DO, tells about an entire family misdiagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Taking time to do a thorough patient history revealed the true diagnosis 30-plus years later.
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Nurse Associate Extern Program Realizes Continued Success
ECNO Kelly Hancock shares how components of Cleveland Clinic’s latest student nurse education initiative – the Nurse Associate Extern program – can deliver great benefit to nursing students and nursing organizations.
Nurses See Advocacy as an Integral Part of Their Professional Responsibility
Cleveland Clinic’s Nurse-led Legislative and Health Policy Council encourages advocacy in the local community, statewide and nationally. An ED nurse and Council leaders talk about their passion for quality patient care and helping to shape policy.