October2013

Notre Dame MSN program coming soon. Classes held on campus.

Coming to AAMC in Spring 2014: a new cohort for Notre Dame of Maryland University’s Masters in Leadership in Administration. Learn more at information sessions on campus. Thursday, November 7 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hospital Pavilion Southport Eatery   Wednesday, November 20 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hospital Pavilion Southport[…]

DAISY deadline extended to Nov 15. Nominate an amazing bedside nurse today!

The DAISY deadline has been extended! Please click here to access the online nomination form, due by November 15, 2013. Do you know a bedside nurse who deserves recognition? Consider nominating a colleague who has exhibited the following qualities while caring for their patients and families. Please include a specific story. Demonstrates[…]

October’s Journal Club to focus on EPB management of nausea/vomiting

The AAMC Journal Club is well underway! We’ve had some great topics and even better discussions. This month’s topic is Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and/or Management of Post-op and Post-discharge Nausea/Vomiting. Please join us on Monday, October 21, 12pm-1pm in the Rotary Room. Gena Ryan, BSN,[…]

  1. Gena Ryan: Awesome Brandy! Glad you won! Thank you everyone for coming to the presentation and supporting Surgical Services and the hot…

  2. Brandy Brown: I am glad I went, I learned something and won a door prize!

  3. Brandy Brown: See you there!

76% of nurses have experienced bullying — speak up against this silent epidemic

What is the biggest problem among nurses, world-wide? According to the presentation at the AAMC Journal Club on September 16th, it’s BHHV – Bullying, Harassment and Horizontal Violence. Surprised? Studies indicate up to 76% of professional nurses experience BHHV. BHHV is defined as “repeated, offensive, abusive, intimidating or insulting behavior, abuse of[…]

  1. Beth Schmidt: Agreed. Am I guilty-most likely. We all need to be more aware & as a profession "Stop It". There should…

  2. Mary Beth Tubiolo: Thank you ladies for promoting awareness to this topic, which unfortunately affects so many in the nursing profession. I am…