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AMSN President-Elect Summer Bryant, DNP, RN, CMSRN, speaks with reporter Julia Quinn-Szcesuil for Minority Nurse on why this year's Nurses Day is more powerful than ever and how nurses' courage and skills during the pandemic are being appreciated worldwide.
The CMSRN exam resumes May 1, 2020 at test centers. MSNCB is also offering remote proctored exams as a testing option for the next few months.
During these challenging times and in brighter days ahead, AMSN, MSNCB, and Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc are here to honor and support you.
PRESS RELEASE: PITMAN, NJ – To meet the critical need for nurses to care for COVID-19 patients, many hospitals are seeking new hires and contingent staff members to supplement their workforce...
As the world faces the crisis caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19), and the virus’s spread in the United States and around the world causes shutdowns, closings, and economic upheaval, we know that you and your colleagues are on the frontlines. And we know the monumental task you face. We’ll continue to work with you to assist in any way we can. We are doing our best to limit communications at this time to only what is essential, while also ensuring you do not need to worry about your membership or certification.
"Embracing Diversity! One Hospital's Journey Towards Creating Inclusive Care Environments for LGBTQ+ Patient Populations."
Like most of you, the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses is carefully monitoring and watching the cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) around the world and the response to the spread of this virus.
Launched in February 2019, to speak to the wide-ranging issues that this diverse and ever-growing population of nurses is faced with daily. The broadcast has also proven to be a popular forum for support, discovery, and knowledge that applies to the nursing industry at large.
AMSN President Robin Hertel and National Director Michele George were recently interviewed by Monster.com -- one of the largest job search sites in the world -- for a special series about nursing careers.
Under the new law, you won't be able to fly domestically after October 1, 2020, if you do not have REAL ID, a valid U.S. passport, or another acceptable form of identification.