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Over the holidays, I spent a week in Tulum, Mexico, gawking at Mayan ruins, snorkeling with sea turtles, swimming through otherworldly cenotes and serving...

Whenever I think about the holidays, I think about the Simpsons or, more accurately, I think about the Simpson Family Christmas Letter....

You pull into a spacious parking lot, easily find a spot and make the short walk to the brand new, state-of-the-art surgery center where you’ve scheduled your first...

I’m a sucker for traditions. Those set-your-clock-to-it moments you look forward to all year....

A few weeks ago I flew out to Denver with one primary objective: to see Rocky Mountain National Park — come hell or high water....

When my six-year-old son returned from a day of treasure hunting in “the dungeon” — my mom’s long-neglected basement — he was wearing a mischievous grin...

A few weeks ago, I headed down to Louisville — or is it Looavul? Or Luhvul? — for the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association’s (ASCA) Annual Conference...

I spent my college summers painting houses. I’d load up my teal-green Saturn with my meager belongings — including the strange lawn gnome...

I’m speaking with Bill Duffy — past AORN president, current board member, director of a nursing school and proud nurse...

Hey, random question: When you got that stent, you didn’t go to a surgery center, did you?...

When a number I didn’t recognize lit up my phone’s screen and interrupted the classic Stone Temple Pilots Unplugged concert that had been getting me through yet another dreary November day...

When the clock struck midnight in 2000 and I convinced myself that Y2K wouldn’t actually cripple the very fabric of our society, I promised myself I’d dunk a basketball on a regulation hoop by year’s end....

I don’t think there has ever been a time in modern history when we knew what the biggest news story of the next five years was going to be preemptively. That’s a claim made by Morgan Housel, author of “The Psychology of Money.” Mr. Housel...

I'm hopelessly nostalgic. The familiar past has always provided me with more comfort than the uncertain future. I feel more wistful than sad when it's time to move on, but big changes always make me look back to what was...

A few months ago, after a very long day, I closed my laptop following a late evening Teams call with my then-boss Dan Cook, and said to my wife, “I don’t know how that guy pulls this off each month....”

This page is often the hardest to fill. I typically save it for last, writing it to wrap up the issue before sending the final proofs to the printer. I’m often up late the night before deadline day trying to formulate my thoughts...

I’m not a roller coaster guy. Never have been. But last month, during a family trip to Ocean City, Md., my brother-in-law asked me to ride shotgun on the Tidal Wave, a towering steel monster with two...

Last month, AORN’s staff gathered at its Denver headquarters for an organizational enterprise meeting. We caught up with colleagues outside of our screens and met others for the first time in person. It was an energizing....

I’ll never forget absentmindedly checking CNN’s homepage on Dec. 14, 2012, and being gutted by the image on the screen. A Connecticut state trooper, with a look of anguish on her face, was hurriedly leading a line of crying...

Last month marked two years since George Floyd was murdered by police officer Derek Chauvin during an arrest on a Minneapolis street. After his death, the nation confronted systemic racism and continued to...

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