The incidence of stress cardiomyopathy in patients with acute coronary syndrome spiked in the early months of the COVID-19 era relative to historical levels, a Cleveland Clinic study reveals.
Gastroenterologists are very likely to see symptom exacerbations In their patients during this pandemic, but there are ways that providers can help their patients build resilience and reduce the negative impacts of stress.
Although sheltering-in-place may help to flatten the curve when it comes to COVID-19, home isn’t always a safe place for everyone. In this article, Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, discusses the impact of socioeconomic stress on the risk of child abuse and recommends that providers be especially vigilant.
CNO Janet Schuster, executive sponsor for the Nursing Institute’s employee wellness/safety strategic work group, shares how she and her colleagues are aiming to keep nurse wellness front-and-center.
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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.
Adrienne Boissy, MD, MA, Cleveland Clinic Chief Experience Officer, pauses to reexamine the oft implicit assumptions being made by some as we try to address burnout in this country.
Stressed? Of course you are. But resilience can help. Chief of Staff Brian G. Donley, MD, explains how building resilience can help you improve your well-being, as well as your relationships with patients and colleagues.
Stress is part of our professional life. But mindfulness meditation can help. Becky Tilahun, PhD, explains.
Cleveland Clinic specialists regularly host live webchats to discuss timely health topics. Earlier this year, nurse wellness expert Holli Blazey shared her expertise on managing work-life stress. Learn more and read the full transcript here.
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.