April 2022

In This Issue


Michael English

Michelle Hopkins

Holly Kothe

Leighanne Toole

Jeff Wiesemann

Cindy Duesing, editor

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Send comments, story ideas or questions to Employee_Communications@cchmc.org.

Life has thrown some mighty big curveballs at us these past few years in the form of the COVID pandemic, racial unrest, severe weather events, the attack on Ukraine, and more.

At times like these, it’s good—maybe even therapeutic—to work for an organization where there are numerous opportunities to counterbalance some of the frightening forces at work in our world.

In this issue, you'll read about how we're expanding our communications channels to reach more patients and families with news they can use to improve their quality of life (see Young & Healthy Podcast Has People Talking).

In the spirit of letting no good crisis go to waste, see what COVID has taught us about working together more efficiently and how to better care for each other.

We have the latest on what we're doing to develop Black and other minority professionals into leadership roles within our institution and beyond, as well as Food Services' efforts to reduce our environmental footprint.

And don't miss our recap of how staff made the best of a paralyzing ice storm last February and how you can be prepared for tornado season.

If you've missed previous issues of Inspire, you can find them in our archives.

If you have story ideas for future issues, drop us a line at employee_communications@cchmc.org.

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