Cleveland Clinic nurse scientists share their knowledge to help clinical nurses embrace research.
Research from Cleveland Clinic audiologists shows how even mild-moderate hearing loss in children can affect development, plus what steps physicians can take to limit the impact.
With the formation of the Global Center for Pathogen Research & Human Health, the largest research effort in Cleveland Clinic’s 100-year history, researchers are preparing for the next pandemic or healthcare crisis.
Ovarian cancer research remains underfunded nationally. With the help of a generous gift, Cleveland Clinic hopes to answer questions that may not be addressed otherwise.
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The inaugural presentation from EMI Live illustrates how research can guide treatment, but moving from bench to bedside isn’t always the easiest.
Several actions emphasize Head & Neck Institute’s refocus on research, including the creation of a new Director of Head and Neck Cancer Research position.
A board-certified holistic nurse at Cleveland Clinic studied the effects of reiki and manual therapies on open heart surgery patients to see if they improved relaxation, sleep, emotional state and pain.
A new study has identified genetic factors that may influence susceptibility to COVID-19, which could guide personalized treatment. Feixiong Cheng, PhD, explains the implications of his findings.
Research reveals a defect in myosin binding to TNFR2-M196R causes TNF-independent proinflammatory activity. The ability to genotype this polymorphism should help to predict inadequate responders to anti-TNF therapies early on, and allowing a personalized approach to the treatment of rheumatoid and psoriatic diseases.
At Cleveland Clinic clinical questions ignite nursing research. And there is plenty of support to help nurses along the way to work on enhancing evidence-based practice and ensuring optimal patient care.