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Mistakes are bound to happen. I’ve made my share, especially during countdowns to print deadlines when page proofs are flying, stress levels are rising and the clock...

This is it, right? This has to be the beginning of the pandemic’s end. Masks are coming off, large crowds are gathering and restaurants are taking reservations. If the pandemic isn’t over on paper, it sure feels like it is in practice....

The black and white photo is faded, but it’s easy to make out the wide smiles of anesthesiologists Wallace Reed and John Ford. The two men are shaking hands at a banquet table to celebrate the opening of SurgiCenter,...

My favorite part about going on a trip is coming home. I’m not opposed to traveling and have been fortunate to visit incredible cities and beautiful beaches, but my stampless passport is collecting dust in my nightstand...

The start of a new year is a natural time to take stock of what’s going on in your life and decide if you need to change things up. Resolutions are fun to read about and easy fodder for social media, but the “new year, new me...”

December is a natural time to look back at all you accomplished over the past 12 months. One of the advantages of working for a magazine is the tangible evidence each issue provides. It’s all there in black and white,...

I love BLTs. Always have. My mom used to make me two on white toasted bread for lunch nearly every Saturday during my teenage years. She still puts a pair on a plate for me when my family visits. I lean back in my chair...

SeeSee Rigney is something else. I’ve followed the twilight of her surgical nursing career that has spanned seven decades through online articles and features on national...

In the winter of 1984, Bruce Springsteen had recorded most of the songs that would appear on his iconic album Born in the U.S.A., but his manager said the record still lacked a clear hit single. Angry and frustrated, Bruce headed...

Last year, OR Excellence went fully virtual for the first time in its 12-year history. It was a resounding success. More than 2,000 attendees from across the country and around the world...

One compromised username and password. That's how hackers from the cybercriminal group DarkSide gained access to Colonial Pipeline's servers in April, prompting the shutdown of 5,500 miles of pipes that move...

A year ago, Ari Collins agreed to speak with me weeks after the George Floyd murder ignited the nation’s racial and social reckoning. Ms. Collins, a surgical tech in Denver, shared her unfiltered thoughts about systemic racism...

I’ll never forget when I first learned of the world wide web. It was the mid-90s and I was in my college apartment watching Seinfeld when my roommate Rob burst through...

Last December, I was part of a committee at AORN that organized a food drive to benefit low-income families in Southwest Denver. We partnered with the principal of a local middle school, who recorded...

Late last month, my cellphone buzzed with a text from my mom. She had sent a picture of her "I Got My COVID-19 Vaccine" sticker and said my dad got his, too. I was working on deadline, but paused, surprised by...

I remember my first paycheck. It was made on a now-vintage machine, the kind with a hand crank that imprinted the amount: Ten Dollars. That was my starting salary for a week-long summer gig as a kid at my grandfather's...

It's the year of the nurse, and what a year it's been. The amazing people whose profiles begin on page 22 are celebrated as deserving representatives of a profession filled with dedicated providers who give more than they receive,...

You need to check out Netflix’s Lenox Hill, a docuseries named after the Manhattan hospital where it takes place. It’s a brutally honest, gut-wrenching, joyous look at...

I look forward to our September issue and the announcement of the year's OR Excellence Award winners. They represent the incredible surgical professionals who...

My family is firmly in the camp of taking the coronavirus threat seriously. Although I am beginning to venture away from home more often these days, masked and sanitized,...

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