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April Journal Club

Topic: Marijuana Use During Pregnancy Presenter: DawnMarie Lombardo BSN, RNC-MNN & Michelle Ritter RN, BSN, IBCLC Date: Monday, April 15th, 2019 Time: 12pm-1pm Location: 2 South Conference Room Save the date for next month’s Journal Club on Monday, May 20th, presented by ICU. 

Dementia Workshop

Experience dementia firsthand through an interactive workshop and receive the tools to better understand the behaviors and needs of those living with dementia. Date: Monday, May 13, 2019 Time: 9am – 11am OR 1pm – 3pm Where: Doordan Institute, 7th Floor Belcher Pavilion RSVP: Danette Readling @ dreadling@aahs.org This presentation[…]

March Journal Club

Topic: A scoping review of interprofessional collaborative practice and education using the lens of the Triple Aim Presenter: TBA Date: Monday, March  18th Time: 12pm-1pm Location: 2 South Conference Room Save the date for next month’s Journal Club on Monday, April 15th , presented by Women’s and Children’s

March Power Hour 3/6/2019

You won’t want to miss this one! Every day healthcare providers face ethical challenges, especially when it comes to our diverse patient population. Join us to achieve a fresh perspective on social justice and how you can learn to remove the unconscious bias. Wednesday, March 6, 2019 1:30pm – 2:30pm[…]

Age-Friendly Lecture Series: Mentation

AAMC’s Institute for Healthy Aging is hosting an Age-Friendly Lecture to explore best practices and concepts around mentation for older adults. This interactive session presented by Jennifer L. Fitzpatrick, MSW will show you how to identify isolation, re-engage older adults and caregivers experiencing it, and prevent the senior isolation crisis from becoming worse.[…]

February Journal Club 2/18/2019

Topic: Nurse staffing and nurse outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis Presenter: Megan Porter, MS, MSN, RN Date: Monday, February 18th   Time: 12pm-1pm Location: 2 South Conference Room Save the date for next month’s Journal Club on Monday, March 18th, presented by Edwards Surgical Pavilion OR

“Nothing about us, without us”: How AAMC collaborates with Patient Family Advisors

Patient and Family Centered Care (PFCC), AAMC’s care delivery model, embraces the patient and their family as vital members of the healthcare team. Think of it as working WITH the patient and family, rather than doing TO and FOR them. There are four core concepts of PFCC and we’ve explored[…]

5 reasons why strengthening patient family partnerships is a priority

At AAMC, partnering with patients and families in a priority. But why? Some of the reasons are obvious – we want to give the best care possible and we need their insight and feedback in order to do that – and others are less so. Here are five reasons why[…]

  1. Carol Lacher: This article hits home for many of us and truly states the obvious of our care model. We are the…