After the pandemic halted a neurologist’s shared medical appointments for patients with autonomic disorders, he took them virtual — and discovered they could yield more benefits than he’d bargained for.Read More
Self-disclosure can be beneficial, but it also has risks and disadvantages. Dr. Becky Tilahun discusses what you should keep in mind before you do or don’t.
While limited time is always a factor in a medical school’s curriculum, the importance of nutrition has often been ignored. Dr. Gail Cresci explains why physicians need to understand the power of nutrition and more in this Q&A discussion.
You spend your days caring for others. It’s likely you forget about yourself. Dr. Susan Rehm explains why Cleveland Clinic offers all professional staff a “Well-Being Day” for any well-being related purpose.
Leadership is about building capacity, not dependence, says this infectious disease specialist.
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Dr. Scott R. Steele’s four deployments in the U.S. Army, including two to Iraq and two to Afghanistan, taught him much about himself — both personally and as a surgeon. Learn why our colorectal surgery chairman believes both medicine and surgery are a lifelong learning adventure.
Transplant patients’ safety is not a one person job. Dr. Charles Miller discusses the importance of teamwork, how to connect with patients and more.
In mindfulness meditation practice, this distress we experience with uncertainty can be tolerated and even accepted.
Dani Robertson, a classroom behavior therapist at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Autism, shares valuable insights about connecting with kids who have autism — like talking to a kid who doesn’t make eye contact doesn’t mean he or she doesn’t want to interact.
The complaint of those on the front line is a cry for help, and also opportunity to learn and create new ideas for positive change. Michael Parker, MD, explains.
To patients, warmth and competence are not separate factors. Are they to you? Bikat Tilahun, PhD, explains why they shouldn’t be.