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The AMSN Hub

An online social & professional networking resource exclusively for AMSN members designed to make your experience as a member more valuable by providing opportunities to discuss practice related topics and the ability to network and collaborate with your peers.
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AMSN PRISM Award®

Is your unit exemplary? Receive the med-surg unit award that gives you and your colleagues the recognition you deserve for excellence in patient care, leadership and a healthy practice environment. APPLY NOW!
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FailSafe Certification

The Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Board, the affiliated certifying board of AMSN, has a program to help both the health care facility and the nurse: The MSNCB FailSafe Certification Program.
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AMSN News

Take a Research Study

"D/deaf and Hard of Hearing Interaction Beliefs Scale for Registered Nurses," from the Texas Woman’s University in the College of Nursing.

Congratulations Latest AMSN PRISM Award™ Recipient!

Unit 7A at Virtua Voorhees Hospital in Voorhees, NJ, recently received the prestigious AMSN PRISM Award® on May 2, 2018!

Top Poster Videos from the 2017 AMSN Annual Convention

These presentations highlight the highest-ranked poster presentations based on topic, creativity, and value to med-surg nurses.

Take Part in a Research Survey about Med-Surg Nurses!

This ProQOL survey is on compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction and burnout among med-surg nurses.

Industry & Career News

Title VII and Title VIII Reauthorizations Bills

On Tues May 22, starting at 10 am ET, the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee will host a hearing on the Health Care Workforce: Addressing Shortages and Improving Care... watch live!

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."

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.

How to Survive Bullies During Your Early Years as an RN

This live, FREE and interactive webinar is specifically designed for RNs who have been practicing for five or fewer years.