GBMC nurse wins ‘Most Amazing Nurse in America’
Laura Clary works at GBMC as a sexual assault forensic examination nurse, caring for victims of sexual assault, child abuse, rape, human trafficking, intimate partner violence and domestic violence.
GBMC nurse a finalist in national competition
Greater Baltimore Medical Center nurse Laura Clary was named one of five finalists for “America’s Most Amazing Nurse,” a competition run by Prevention magazine and “The Doctors” TV show. Clary runs GMBC’s Sexual Assault Forensic Examination program, seeing patients who have been victims of sexual assault, child abuse, rape, human trafficking, intimate partner v[...]
Md. is 10th-best state for nurses, report says
Overall, Maryland is the 10th best state for nurses, according to a report released Tuesday, even though the average annual salary here is well below average.
GBMC forensic nurse examiner and member of group honored
Linda Kelly, RN, FNE-A, SANE-A, clinical program manager for the Greater Baltimore Medical Center’s (GBMC) SAFE Program and commissioner for The Baltimore County Commission for Women, participated with the commission in a recent event that recognized the groups efforts to educate the public and raise awareness about the issue of human trafficking in Maryland.
Prison nurse sues over firing
A Bowie woman claims she was fired by a health-services contractor for refusing to keep quiet after she witnessed guards beating inmates at Patuxent Institution, the state’s correctional mental health facility in Jessup.
New dean of JHU School of Nursing named
Patricia M. Davidson, whose appointment as the fourth dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing was announced Friday, spent 23 years as a front-line clinician and nurse manager in her native Australia before shifting to research and teaching, focusing on cardiac health for women and indigenous people.
GBMC nurse Ament receives with national award
Erin Ament has received the National Excellence in Gerontological Nursing Award for 2012.
On the move – 9/16/11: Carlton receives national award
Carlton receives national award Henri Carlton, director of nursing for Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville, received the Nurse Administrator of the Year Award for 2011 from the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care. Carlton, who has worked at Charlestown for 10 years, also received the NADONA Maryland chapter’s Director of Nursing […]
Delaware judge won’t dismiss psych center suit
WILMINGTON, Del. — A judge has refused to dismiss a whistleblower lawsuit against the Department of Health and Social Services by a nurse who claimed she was targeted for retaliation after reporting patient abuse at the state-run Delaware Psychiatric Hospital. Karen Stoppel says former DPC administrators retaliated against her after she reported seeing several male […]
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