AMSN News

AMSN Commentary on a Severe Nursing Shortage

The hot-button topic of the nursing shortage took center stage on April 30 when CNN published an article by Parija Kavilanz, “Nursing Schools Are Rejecting Thousands of Applicants – In the Middle of a Nursing Shortage.”

Seeking Medical Surgical Nurses for Research Opportunity!

You are invited to participate in a research study investigating nursing burnout, secondary traumatic stress (STS), and professional support.

Join us at the Fuld Institute for EBP Webinar Series

Tuesday May 1, 2018, 1–2 pm, Eastern - "Differences in Job Satisfaction and Evidence-based Practice Culture, Knowledge, Mentorship, Implementation and Competency between Nurses Employed in Magnet and Non-Magnet Healthcare Institutions." Register now, it's FREE!

Congratulations Latest AMSN PRISM Award™ Recipient!

Franciscan Health Indianapolis’ Orthopedics/Neurosciences Unit 6 West, in Indianapolis, IN, has received the prestigious AMSN PRISM Award™ on January 26, 2018!

How Does Stress Affect the Body?

It's a fair question for any of us to ask. Even daily hassles can hurt your health! The answer: Multiple ways, ranging from chronic headaches to joint pain to psoriasis. Our author has advice to help you avoid "sweating the small stuff."

Med-Surg Nursing Connection

The April 2018 Med-Surg Nursing Connection - the email newsletter of AMSN - is now available for viewing!

AMSN Convention Registration is Live!

Join us in beautiful Lake Buena Vista, Florida for AMSN's 27th Annual Convention! 

Bridging the Gaps in Transitions of Care Communication

AMSN was represented at the recent AONE Conference in Indianapolis. AAACN member Gregory Kopp and AMSN member Leslie Gervase shared the work of the AAACN-AMSN Care Transition Hand-Off Tool Task Force...

Thank You for Being an AMSN Volunteer!

Thank you for sharing your time, knowledge, and voice as an AMSN volunteer. You are an invaluable asset to AMSN and the entire community!

A Day in the Life of a Clinical Nurse Leader

On a typical day, the first thing I do is touch base with night-shift and day-shift nursing staff members to see whether they have any concerns or questions, especially any concerns about the patients.

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