American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) review class

American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) review class

Anne Arundel Medical Center offers various educational programs to engage the nursing staff and encourage professional development. We are fortunate to have a host of professional organizations related to our specialties that offer wonderful opportunities for additional continuing education, collegiality, peer support, and sharing of best practices.

AAMC is happy to partner once again with one of our local chapters, The Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses to present national expert, Carol Ann Rauen, RN-BC, MS, CCRN, PCCN, CEN, who will be conducting a three day CCRN and PCCN review class November 28-30, in the Belcher Pavilion. Carol speaks throughout the country on a variety of critical care nursing topics and lectures annually at the National Teaching Institute, the largest conference for critical and progressive care nurses in the world. Carol will also be hosting a dinner talk in the Annapolis area on a topic of interest to critical and intermediate/telemetry nurses.

To register for the review course and learn more about the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of AACN, visit:

Why join the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)?

Supporting your patients means staying at the top of your field. Knowing we hold someone’s life in our hands compels us to give the very best care possible. AACN is committed to providing members with the knowledge, resources, and education to help achieve optimal patient outcomes. AACN membership supports professional excellence, helping you stay up-to-date on the latest research, trends and evidence-based practices, and connecting you with peers who understand your triumphs and trials.

For additional information about membership, contact Jean Little, RN, staff nurse in HVU and Program Chair for the chapter

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