What are the benefits and challenges of bedside shift report? Talk with AAMC’s experts, our MSU staff, at the next Nursing Grand Rounds — Wake Up on the Right Side of Bedside Shift Report. Take a look at this evidence-based practice from a patient and family perspective. Leave with practical tips for[…]
Thanks to the generosity of our staff, AAMC was able to provide more than 100 bag lunches to the Light House Shelter yesterday. In support of Brown Bag Day, these donations support our community’s homeless population. On behalf of our Community Service Initiative, special thanks to Care Management, 5 North, Flex Pool, Critical[…]
Click here to watch a video of AAMC employees celebrating Doctors Day 2012. To all our physician colleagues: we couldn’t do it without you!
Mark your calendars now for the 109th Annual Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) Convention: “Advancing Nursing Practice through Ingenuity and Innovations.” AAMC is hosting the convention, to be held on Oct. 18-19, 2012 in the Doordan Institute and all member and non-member nurses and students are invited. National and local speakers will present timely topics and[…]
Autonomy. Yes, of course we want it, we need it, and here at AAMC we have it…but can we define it? Now that is tough. In all honesty, I had to consult the literature to put a definition down on paper. Apparently I am not the only one who struggles[…]
The IOM’s Future of Nursing report has been called “groundbreaking,” “a revolutionary call to action,” and “an evidence-based road map.” Recently, over 100 AAMC nurses gathered at Nursing Grand Rounds to learn more about a topic that is making health care headlines all over the nation: “The future of Nursing[…]
There is a direct link between our health and our environment. Join us for these wonderful upcoming events to help promote environmental awareness, conservation and action. Project Clean Stream: Saturday, March 31 from 9 a.m. -12 noon. Make new friends while helping to clean up Luce Creek (just off of[…]
March is Women’s History Month. Thanks to Saisa Neel, RN, for sending in this picture of a poster she created honoring outstanding women in medicine and nursing. Swing by the Observation Unit to check it out!
Two excellent firemen are sent into a blazing building. One has the best equipment and a fully committed team behind him; one goes in alone carrying outdated equipment. Will they both be able to provide an excellent outcome? Recently, I was in a group of nurses who were asked, “How[…]
The Cultural Diversity Nursing Strategic Initiative Presents: The Disparities of American Health Care Policies Join us on Monday, March 26 from noon–1pm in the Rotary Room (first floor of the Clatanoff Pavilion). The speaker will be Professor Raymond A. Wimbush who is the Director of the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State University[…]