In a public health crisis, caregivers and patients alike face ethical issues, including social restrictions, distribution of resources and privacy. In this Q&A, bioethicist Jane Jankowski, DPS, summarizes current and anticipated ethical dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
We All Bleed Red: The Importance of Self-Compassion
In this Q&A, Rev. Greene discusses spiritual care at Cleveland Clinic, the importance of empathy and self-compassion.
New Survey Provides First-Ever Systematic Evaluation of Conflict of Interest Policies
Conflict of interest policies help keep bias out of clinical care, research and educational activities. A new survey allows you to assess these policies for free, revealing what works and what doesn’t.
Counseling Veterans With Suicidal Tendencies: Four Types of Guilt
Chaplains have a unique and valuable role to play in counseling military veterans.