Cleveland Clinic ethics researchers examine strategies for responding to moral distress.
Cleveland Clinic nurses have a new source of support for framing ethical challenges that arise as they care for their patients.
Ethics consultants are involved in about 10 percent of pediatric epilepsy surgery cases at Cleveland Clinic. This post explores why and how they’re essential to optimal experience and outcomes.
Staying abreast of all the regulations and laws related to clinical research can be overwhelming. A nurse who works in corporate compliance at Cleveland Clinic shares information that every nurse researcher needs to know.
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Bioethicists have been instrumental in identifying ethical issues inherent in this groundbreaking transplant. Careful consideration of all aspects of the multi-stage procedure helps recipients make an informed decision and minimize risk to the recipient and fetus
What can go wrong in nursing research? Lots! The vice-chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Institutional Review Board discusses three main areas where research projects go awry and ways to mitigate risks.
In today’s healthcare environment multiple factors have emerged to contribute to new ethical dilemmas and questions for nurses. At Cleveland Clinic, nurses are using ethics rounds to address concerns.
Conversion disorder patients may benefit from being admitted to acute rehabilitation. Physicians are advised to focus on addressing deficits in function, not their etiology.