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AAMC achieves Magnet

AAMC has received Magnet designation as part of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program – the highest honor an organization can receive for nursing care and professional nursing practice. AAMC Nurses rock!

Take 5 and be counted

TAKE 5! If you have five minutes, you have time to complete the 2014 Nursing Workforce Data questionnaire. Why should you take it? To plan for the future we need a clear picture of the present. Using the recommendations put forth by the IOM’s Future of Nursing report, we are gathering information on 100% of our nurses’ professional education, years of experience, certifications, and involvement in professional organizations. Click here to access the survey by September 28.

Connect with us on Twitter

Do you tweet? Make sure to visit @AAMCnurse on Twitter for nursing news and updates, the latest in evidence-based practice, current journal articles, and inspiration. Visit https://twitter.com/AAMCnurse to follow us.

AAMC’s Professional Practice Model

Click here to view AAMC’s Professional Practice Model (PPM), a framework that supports our nurses in their everyday practice, unifying us and inspiring us.

Bookmark these Nursing Resources for quick reference.

Maryland Nurse Practice Act: Visit the Dept of Health and Mental Hygeine here, then click on Subtitle 27 BOARD OF NURSING and its subcategories to view the Nurse Practice Act for the state of Maryland.

American Nurses Association Code of Ethics: The Code of Ethics for Nurses was developed as a guide for carrying out nursing responsibilities in a manner consistent with quality in nursing care and the ethical obligations of the profession. Use this link for an electronic copy and related resources: www.nursingworld.org/codeofethics