June 2022

In This Issue


Megan Courtney

Jim Damico

Michael English

Michelle Hopkins

Holly Kothe

Cindy Duesing, editor

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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

It's hard these days to escape the relentless onslaught of bad news—mass shootings, the war in Ukraine, racism and the wearing effects of a pandemic that we're still figuring out how to live with—just to name a few.

This issue of Inspire will not make any of the bad stuff go away, but it does serve as a reminder that there are still people who are dedicated to making this world a better place; there are still moments of connection that give us the courage to keep trying, and most of all, there are many victories when pain is eased, cures are found, and the work we do gives children and families a better chance at living out their hopes and dreams.

At Cincinnati Children's, we are fortunate to have the chance to make a difference every day. And often, it's our littlest role models who teach us the most about how to find joy in life's difficult situations.

As you read through this month's stories, may you be inspired to savor what is good in your own life and continue to work for a kinder, gentler world.

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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