December 21 Journal Club – The Hidden Shift: How Do Night Shift Nurses Learn to Adapt to Circadian Disruption?

How Do Night Shift Nurses Learn to Adapt to Circadian Disruption Presenter: Robin Colchagoff, MSN, RNC-OB, CCE, Clinical Educator, Labor & Delivery Monday, Dec. 21, 2015 12-1pm South Tower, 2nd floor conference room Please join us to discuss this article — click here to access.

  1. Christine Mortejo: I think this is a great article! This will potentially lead to big changes as to how organizations, in general,…

Documentary and discussion: Place Matters—How Neighborhoods Affect Health

Video: Place Matters—How Neighborhoods Affect Health Friday, Dec. 11, 11:30am–12:30pm Rotary Room, first floor, Clatanoff Pavilion No registration necessary UNNATURAL CAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? is an award-winning documentary series that educates viewers about socioeconomic and racial inequities in health and searches for their often surprising causes. This series[…]

After 27 years, AAMC says farewell to Kathie Lester

This week we say farewell and good luck to Kathie Lester, MSN, RN, Director, Clinical Informatics. Kathie’s retirement marks the end of an era. In 1988, she was hired as a Staff Nurse on A6 at Anne Arundel General Hospital and since then has played many roles in the organization.[…]

  1. Jo Ann Shelley: Stellar role model for nursing. Great insight for clinical issues. Congratulations....wishing you the best!

  2. Toni Schiller: Wishing you all the best ! I will miss seeing you. We had many memorable times in the good ole'…

  3. Peggy Rabuck: Congratulations on your retirement! We will miss you. You were one of my favorite managers. Enjoy!

  4. Christine Frost: We will miss you!! Congratulations.

  5. Cathaleen Ley: We'll miss you Kathie! Wishing you a great retirement.

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