On August 26, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, joined Cleveland Clinic CEO and President, Tom Mihalejvic, MD for our Virtual Ideas for Tomorrow.
Virtual Ideas for Tomorrow is an ongoing speaker series that provides a forum for the world’s most distinguished thinkers, speakers and personalities to engage in a dialogue with members of our community.
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Amy Tiersten, MD, calls the anti-HER2 agent a “game-changer”
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COVID-19 forced many of us to leave the comfort of our ergonomically correct offices and work from home, leading to a host of aches and pains. Chiropractor Andrew Bang, DC, shares practical tips and tricks for setting up an ergonomically correct home workspace.
We were joined by Sue Varma, MD, a Board certified psychiatrist, Cognitive behavioral therapist, Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Langone, former 9/11 medical director at the World Trade Center Mental Health program at NYU, and Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, discussing “high functioning depression” during covid and beyond. She discusses the “4 Cs “ of coping and the #4msofmentalhealth. In this video, she touches upon stats, symptoms, cost to society and therapeutic approaches. One in four people live with a mental health condition (and these figures are now on the rise amidst the pandemic). Please share this with anyone who could benefit from learning about the warning signs and treatment options. High functioning depression is not often discussed medically, and due to their high level of outward performance, these individuals often fall through the cracks.
Our CEO and President, Tom Mihaljevic, MD, talks with Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine, in this edition of the virtual Ideas for Tomorrow speaker series. #CCIdeas
Outside of the Lakewood Family Health Center, an 80-foot-long mural features bright, attention-grabbing colors that are intended to spark optimism. Cleveland Clinic’s Art + Design Institute sought out local artist Ryan J. Jaenke to create a design that would inspire hope and togetherness, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Cleveland Clinic Department of Nephrology and Hypertension offers a comprehensive fellowship program that is aimed at creating leaders within the specialty. Get a behind the scenes tour of the department and what we have to offer.
Nabil Madhun, DO, along with Christian Nasr, MD, and Varun Kshettry, MD, presents a thyroid carcinoma case and discuss the multidisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating this complex case.
Nabil Madhun, DO, 2nd year fellow at Cleveland Clinic
Christian Nasr, MD, director, Thyroid Center of Excellence
Varun Kshettry, MD, Neurosurgeon
Hossein Gharib, MD, discusses a century of advances in thyroid cancer which include:
• How to explain the increased prevalence of thyroid cancer in recent years
• Thyroid hormone therapy with target TSH levels
• Trends in thyroid surgery—total thyroidectomy vs. lobectomy
• When to consider active surveillance of thyroid cancer
• Development and role of Radioactive Iodine (RAI) in thyroid cancer
• What explains increased cancer recurrence rates
Hossein Gharib, MD, Professor of Medicine Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism and Nutrition, Mayo Clinic
Vinni Makin, MD
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Cleveland Clinic
Intersection of Preventive Cardiology and Endocrinology
To learn more about the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center, please visit https://cle.clinic/3aYKgaP
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) in the majority of cases causes restriction of blood flow in the outflow tract of the heart caused by systolic anterior motion (SAM) of the mitral valve. Dr. Steve Nissen talks with cardiologist Dr. Milind Desai and surgeon Dr. Nick Smedira, Directors of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center about current treatment options, such as medications and surgical therapy, what we have learned from years of experience with HCM at Cleveland Clinic, and a new innovative medication that is being researched that may reduce the need for – or delay surgery.