This past weekend, many AAMC nurses gathered to attend training that would prepare them to become Bioethics Nurse Ambassadors. These nurses will be ethics champions to their units, serving as a resource person. They will improve their familiarity of current ethical issues in healthcare, discover options to decrease their sense[…]
Lil Banchero, MSN, RN, Senior Director, Patient Flow/Nursing Operations/Geriatrics, was recently featured on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s online talk show. She shared her expertise on the subject of “age friendly” healthcare. We are all very proud of Lil and of all the work many are doing to better the[…]
Anne Arundel Medical Center and the Anne Arundel County Department of Aging are collaborating to provide training for nurses to become certified diabetes self-management leaders. Diabetes self-management leaders are trained to facilitate Stanford’s six-week Living Well with Diabetes program for adults living with pre-diabetes or type 2. The training will[…]
Congratulations to Samantha Campbell, Eliza Falcone, and Vanisha Owens — the first to achieve AAMC’s CNA Clinical Ladder!
Last week, AAMC held our very first CNA Clinical Ladder Board. All three applicants, Samantha Campbell (Oncology), Eliza Falcone (Oncology), and Vanisha Owens (4 Medical), achieved the highest level in the Ladder, a Level 3. Each applicant did incredible work and was heavily involved on their units and within the[…]
Patient’s sister thanks ICU staff, especially nurses Bob O’Bryhim and Mark Damron for extraordinary care
At AAMC, patient- and family-centered care (PFCC) isn’t just something we talk about doing, it’s how we care for patients every day. Here, a patient’s sister writes in to recognize the ICU team, as well as two special ICU nurses, who show how PFCC is done at the bedside – they made a difference in the life of[…]
Sustainable Table: It’s good for you and the environment Wednesday, May 3, 2017 12-1pm Rotary Room Space is limited, email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
(Above: Tori Bayless, AAMC President and CEO, Carol Fickinger, RN, Sarah Freburger, RN, and Jan Wood, AAMC Foundation President and Chief Development Officer, celebrate Sarah’s 2016 Grow A Nurse scholarship.) Imagine how much could be donated if every nurse forfeited just one cappuccino a year and donated to AAMC for[…]
Human Trafficking Presenter: Cindy Pahlman, RN, BSN, Staff Nurse, WSU Monday, April 17, 2017 12-1pm South Tower, 2nd floor conference room Please join us to discuss this article: The Growing Business of Human Trafficking and the Power of Emergency Nurses to Stop It