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Clinical Center News
Spring 2021
50 years of Clinical Center News
The NIH Clinical Center celebrated the 50th anniversary of Clinical Center News, first published in June 1971 as Closeup.
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Clinical Center Celebrates Nurses Week
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, paid a visit to NIH Clinical Center nurses to show his appreciation for their work during 2021 Nurses Week.
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Vaccine clinic for NIH staff hosted in Clinical Center B1 cafeteria
From December to June, the B-1 Cafeteria looked nothing like a cafeteria - it was transformed into the NIH COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic.
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Participate in a Clinical Trial at NIH
The NIH Clinical Center's Office of Patient Recruitment has an important mission – connecting patients with the more than 1,500 research studies happening at the National Institutes of Health.
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Emerging from the pandemic: leadership charts a way forward
With vaccines for coronavirus becoming widely available, we can see a light at the end of the tunnel.
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Clinical Center north lobby receives new door, decorative panels display staff
Millions of people have passed through the doors of the NIH Clinical Center's North Entrance.
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50 years of Clinical Center News
The NIH Clinical Center celebrated the 50th anniversary of Clinical Center News, first published in June 1971 as Closeup.
Full Story
Participate in a Clinical Trial at NIH
The NIH Clinical Center's Office of Patient Recruitment has an important mission – connecting patients with the more than 1,500 research studies happening at the National Institutes of Health.
Full Story
Emerging from the pandemic: leadership charts a way forward
With vaccines for coronavirus becoming widely available, we can see a light at the end of the tunnel.
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Clinical Center Prepares for Joint Commission Survey
Tests can cause high anxiety for students. But how about when a whole organization is being examined?
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Staff in the Spotlight: Dr. Frances Gavelli receives Clinical Research Award
Dr. Frances T. Sheehan-Gavelli, a principal investigator and research engineer in the NIH Rehabilitation Medicine Department, is the co-recipient of the 2021 Orthopedic Research and Education...
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Had Covid? Your Blood Might be the Key to a Cure
Millions of Americans have been infected with COVID-19 and recovered after their illness.
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50 years of Clinical Center News
The NIH Clinical Center celebrated the 50th anniversary of Clinical Center News, first published in June 1971 as Closeup.
Full Story
Clinical Center Celebrates Nurses Week
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, paid a visit to NIH Clinical Center nurses to show his appreciation for their work during 2021 Nurses Week.
Full Story
Vaccine clinic for NIH staff hosted in Clinical Center B1 cafeteria
From December to June, the B-1 Cafeteria looked nothing like a cafeteria - it was transformed into the NIH COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic.
Full Story
Emerging from the pandemic: leadership charts a way forward
With vaccines for coronavirus becoming widely available, we can see a light at the end of the tunnel.
Full Story
Clinical Center north lobby receives new door, decorative panels display staff
Millions of people have passed through the doors of the NIH Clinical Center's North Entrance.
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Employee Survey held during Pandemic Identifies Positives and Improvements for the Clinical Center
The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) is an annual event but this year's survey was far from routine.
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Hospital begins journey to earn Magnet accreditation
Led by the Nursing Department, the Clinical Center has started the journey to achieve accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Magnet® hospital.
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Stanford Artificial Intelligence Expert Presents Doppman Lecture
The NIH Clinical Center Radiology and Imaging Sciences Department hosted the 19th annual John Doppman Lecture for Imaging Sciences Oct. 16.
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Dr. Charles Natanson awarded the 2020 Distinguished Clinical Teaching Award
The 2020 NIH Distinguished Clinical Teaching Award (DCTA) was awarded in a virtual presentation on June 10, 2020 to Dr. Charles Natanson, senior investigator and chief of the Anesthesia Section...
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The Year of the Nurse 2020
Since 1953 the NIH Clinical Center has been through a lot of change – building size, clinical trial designs, therapeutic approaches – but one aspect of clinical research that has remained constant...
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The Lunch and Learn series returns to the NIH Clinical Center in 2020
Launching in January 2020, and open to all Clinical Center staff, the Leadership Lunch and Learn series will help staff tackle important, work-related issues by tapping into strategies and tips...
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2019 Staff Clinician of the Year - Dr. Douglas Rosing
Dr. Douglas Rosing, head of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's (NHLBI) Cardiac Consultation Service, was honored this past fall as the 2019 Staff Clinician of the Year.
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Participate in a Clinical Trial at NIH
The NIH Clinical Center's Office of Patient Recruitment has an important mission – connecting patients with the more than 1,500 research studies happening at the National Institutes of Health.
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Clinical Center CEO Awards celebrate innovations in 2020
A videocast celebration took place Dec. 18 during the fourth annual Clinical Center CEO awards to honor hospital staff and employees from across the NIH Institutes and Centers.
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Featured Studies from the NIH Clinical Center's Office of Patient Recruitment
People of African ancestry have a higher incidence of asthma and allergic diseases compared to other population groups.
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Clinical Center Increases Support for Personalized Medicine
While the patient census has been reduced during the pandemic, projects to improve the hospital have continued.
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Medical Research Program Thrives Through Pandemic
This year the NIH Clinical Center has overcome many obstacles to continue providing outstanding patient care and world-class research.
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Had Covid? Your Blood Might be the Key to a Cure
Millions of Americans have been infected with COVID-19 and recovered after their illness.
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