AMSN News

July/Aug 2018 MedSurg Matters! Newsletter

Members of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) have exclusive access to the MedSurg Matters! newsletter issue archive as part of their benefits of membership.

Nursing History: A Trip Back in Time to the Nightingale Museum

AMSN President Linda Yoder recently visited the Lucy Osburn Nightingale Museum at Sydney Hospital in Australia... she shares museum photos and the incredible story of Osburn...

See Who Just Got CMSRN Certified!

Congratulations to the newest!!! Have you recently earned your CMSRN credential? Then you're included in our lists. Updated regularly — check back if your name hasn't yet been posted, and see all of the CMSRNs.

AMSN is Reaching New Heights!

Did you know that AMSN has been consistently growing over the last ten years and that we now have over 12,000 members?

Planning for the AMSN Convention

What you need to know and do before you register and go... For inside tips from the Planning Committee, watch this YouTube video!

AMSN Members: FREE CNE for August 2018

"Sepsis Update: Early Recognition and Treatment." Review the pathogen factors, host factors, host response, organ dysfunction, and circulatory and cellular/metabolic abnormalities that result in sepsis, along with early intervention and treatment options. 1.08 CH.

View the Summer 2018 Certification Central Newsletter

Certification Central is a quarterly digital newsletter featuring news from MSNCB and the nursing industry. It presents news, education information, and other materials useful to your certification and career... select Summer 2018.

Nurse in Washington Internship (NIWI) Grant - Now OPEN!

AMSN provides an opportunity for a member of AMSN to attend NIWI each year. AMSN awards one (1) grant to cover the cost of registration for NIWI plus hotel expenses throughout the event.

AMSN Member Presents Session in Germany

Katie A. Chargualaf, PhD, RN, CMSRN, an AMSN member and reviewer for the AMSN PRISM Award®, presented a session in Berlin, Germany, at the ITNS European Transplant Nursing Symposium, held June 28-30.

The Credit for Caring Act

Proposed legislation, called the Credit for Caring Act, would create a federal, nonrefundable tax credit of up to $3,000 for family caregivers who work while also financially helping their parents, spouses, children and adults with disabilities or other loved ones.

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