AMSN News

Announcing the AMSN Legislative Action Center

This is the place where you can learn about this issues and policymakers affecting your practice and patients and make your voice heard at the federal and state levels. Learn more and take action here!

Newest AMSN PRISM Award® Recipient

On August 14, 2019, MedStar Washington Hospital Center Medical-Surgical Unit in Washington, DC received the AMSN PRISM Award® for Exemplary Practice.

Say Congratulations!

On June 12, 2019, the nurses of 6B Carle Tower 6B medical-surgical unit at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, IL, received the prestigious AMSN PRISM Award®, which recognizes exceptional nursing practice, leadership, and outcomes in hospital medical-surgical units.

AMSN Members: FREE CNE for August 2019

"I Got Rhythm: Atrial Fibrillation Pharmacology and Management" After completing this learning activity, the participant will be able to manage a patient in new onset or chronic atrial fibrillation, in the setting of acute illness, returning them to a rhythm that is acceptable for their recovery. 1.10 CH, 0.50 Rx.

Planning to Attend the 2019 AMSN Annual Convention?

Here's a video to help you before you go!

See Who Just Got Certified

Have you recently earned your CMSRN or CCCTM credential? Then you're included in our lists.

AMSN & MSNCB CEO Becomes President Elect of the American Board of Nursing Specialties

Terri will ascend to the ABNS presidency in July 2021, and is the Chief Executive Officer for the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses and the Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board.

An Update from Merck

This is to inform you that Merck will discontinue the manufacturing, distribution and supply of SINEMET CR, effective July 2019...

AMSN Launches Med-Surg Advocacy Community for Members

AMSN is pleased to announce the launch of Med-Surg Nurse Advocacy, a Hub community for AMSN members.

AMSN & MSNCB CEO Terri Hinkley Earns Doctorate, Gains Invaluable Lens to View the Future of Nursing

Hinkley completed the three-year doctoral program with a dissertation that focused on a critical issue that she feels is extremely important to nurses: second victim syndrome.

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