How a killer flu spread from western Kansas to the worldFeb 19, 2018
-- In 1918, the world's deadliest influenza epidemic started in Kansas and then spread across the world. Dr. Amy Seery, Via Christi pediatrician and assistant professor at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, discusses the differences between then and now.
Women make connections at Mentoring MondayFeb 12, 2018
-- More than 100 women spent 90 minutes Monday morning talking to each other and with more than two dozen mentors at the annual Mentoring Monday event presented by the Wichita Business Journal.
WBJ Emerging Leaders: Articulate a vision for Wichita's futureFeb 01, 2018
-- Who says interpersonal relationships aren't of value any more? That’s certainly not the case for a group of young professionals participating in the Wichita Business Journal’s Emerging Leaders program. (You must have a subscription or obtain a hard copy to view the article in its entirety.)
‘I love your pajamas’ — how health care is personalJan 31, 2018
-- Dr. Jed Delmore, gynecologic oncologist, president of the Medical Society of Sedgwick County, and professor at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, discusses how health care is personal in his column published by The Wichita Eagle.