May 2009 AMERICAN ASSEMBLY FOR MEN IN NURSING
Volume 27 Providing a framework for nurses as a group to meet, discuss, 1
No. 2 and Influence factors which affect men/males as Nurses and Men's Health
SEE YOU IN CINCI!
34th AAMN Conference
Men Making a Difference in Nursing
Official Publication of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing
Mark your calendar and join us for an exciting experience at the 34th
Annual Conference of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing, on
October 23 & 24, 2009 at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel
in Cincinnati, Ohio. The conference theme is Men: Making a Difference
in Nursing and our conference host, The Cincinnati Children’s
Hospital Medical Center, is promising to bring that theme to life!
This two-day event will be filled with informative presentations
highlighting the male nurse contributions to nursing, men’s health and
Some highlights you won’t want to miss:
"Seven Summits: A Nurse's Quest to
Maggie Thurmond Dorsey R.N., Ed.D
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
“My Hero, My Dad, The Nurse”.
You'll also want to attend:
3 Listening to the Thursday evening opening reception;
4 Chapter News the Luther Christman Dinner on Friday evening;
and the Annual Business Meeting where our
8 Scholarship “Strategic Plan” will be presented and elections
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2009 AAMN Board of Directors
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Demetrius Porche, DNS, Ph.D. (c), APRN Demetrius J. Porche, DNS, PhD(c), APRN
firstname.lastname@example.org Support AAMN Mission Through
National Men’s Health Week
Kevin D. Hook, MA, MSN, AGNP
Vice-President / Bylaws
email@example.com As American Assembly for Men in Nursing
(AAMN) members, we have two aspects
Jim Raper, DNS, JD, CRN to our mission. Our mission focuses on
Immediate Past President / Nominations influencing national policy, research and
education about men in nursing and
Michael L. Williams, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNE men’s health issues. To align with and
Treasurer support our mission, I am calling all
firstname.lastname@example.org AAMN members and supporters to focus
on the men’s health aspect of our Demetrius J. Porche,
Danny G. Willis, DNS, APRN-BC
Secretary / Communications
mission. This focus on men’s health can DNS, PhD(c), APRN
email@example.com be mobilized at a grassroots level as a member of AAMN, in
your local AAMN chapter, or through the coordination of events
Luther Christman, Ph.D., RN, FAAN in other nursing association in which you are affiliated or through
Chairman of the Board your employer. This effort should be coordinated in concert
Don Anderson, CMSRN, EdD
with the national agenda during the National Men’s Health Week.
Board Member / Education
firstname.lastname@example.org As you read this newsletter, there should be sufficient time to
plan men’s health week activities. Men’s Health Week is planned
Michael Burnett, RN, MSA, BSN, CNOR for June 9-15, 2008. This time is not arbitrarily selected. Former
email@example.com President Bill Clinton signed Public Health Law 103-264 on May
31, 1994 establishing the week ending on Father’s Day as
National Men’s Health Week. The primary agenda for Men's
Danny Lee, PhD, RN, CNE Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health
problems and encourage early detection and treatment of
disease among men and boys. Engagement in activities during
William T. Lecher, RN, MS, MBA, CNA-BC National Men’s Health Week serves as a national awareness
Board Member / Membership campaign to health care providers, public policy makers, and
firstname.lastname@example.org the media.
Ryan Lewis, RN, BSN Board Member
email@example.com As an AAMN member, support our mission while joining the
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M. Bridget Nettleton, Ph.D., RN NEEDED
firstname.lastname@example.org ARCHIVAL INFORMATION
Alfredo L Guzman, CSE For all you Have AAMN Memorabilia?
email@example.com AAMN Needs AAMN Member Pictures?
Byron McCain, CAE AAMN VISIT Articles on/or about AAMN?
firstname.lastname@example.org AAMN.ORG Please contact AAMN Archivist:
6700 Oporto-Madrid Blvd.
Birmingham, AL 35206 TODAY! Chad E. O'Lynn, Ph.D., R.N.
Mailing Address email@example.com
PO Box 130220
Birmingham, AL 35213
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LISTENING TO STUDENTS AAMN Committees
an editorial by Michael Burnett, RN, MSA, BSN, CNOR
Kevin D. Hook, Chair
AAMN Board Member -Co-Editor, InterAction firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENTION: SEEKING STUDENT NURSE INPUT Communications Committee
The nursing students of today are the workforce Danny G. Willis, Chair
of tomorrow. Transitioning from the role of email@example.com
student to that of registered nurse (RN), students
need and ask for resources, information, and Membership & Chapters Committee
helpful hints to assist with process. The American William (Bill) Lecher, Chair
Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN) firstname.lastname@example.org
acknowledges and supports this philosophy.
The editorial staff of InterAction would like to integrate a student column Don Anderson, Chair
in each edition of the newsletter. We want to hear from you. Do you email@example.com
have an inspirational story to share? How about a helpful hint that has
allowed you to function more efficiently, or perhaps, maybe you have Nominating Committee
an idea for a future story or a question to submit for publication in the Jim Raper, Chair
newsletter? With any questions or submission issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Burnett by phone (614-203-6890) or email
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CHAPTER DIRECTORY CHAPTER NEWS
Northwest Georgia Chapter The AAMN board has approved the Triad AAMN Chapter as our
Louisiana newest chapter. Located in the Greensboro area of North Carolina,
Southeast Louisiana Chapter the chapter is the 4th chapter in the state.
New England (Boston) Chapter
Ramesh Chandra Upadhyaya, RN is the chapter president and has
been instrumental in organizing the chapter Ram may be reached
978-456-9991 at (336) 334-4944 (w) or (336) 259-0122 (c) or
East Carolina University Chapter
Phil Julian, MSN, RN
252-744-6457 The 10 other founding men and women of the Triad AAMN include:
at Chapel Hill
Dennis Sherrod, RN, PhD
Ed Halloran, Ph.D., RN, FAAN
email@example.com Brad Sherrod, RN, MSN
Richard Cowling, RN, PhD
Duke University Chapter
John Brion,RN,PhD, CHES
Don Kautz, RN, PhD
John.firstname.lastname@example.org E-A-S-Y as
919-684-3865 Randy Williams, RN, MSN/MBA
Greater Cincinnati Chapter Ernest Grant, RN, MSN
Contact: Glenn LeBlanc Michael Rieker, RN, PhD
513-636-6211 Lynne Pearcey, RN, PhD
Mid-Ohio American Assembly for Anita Tesh, RN, PhD
Men in Nursing (MAAN); Russell “Gene” Tranbarger, RN, PhD
Southeast Michigan Chapter
email@example.com CHAPTER STARTER KIT
South Carolina http://www.aamn.org/chapstart.html
Hunter Jones, MBA, RN, CNAA
864-455-9196 SAVE THE DATE 2009
Wisconsin AAMN 34th Annual Conference
University of Wisconsin- Men…Making a Difference in Nursing
Oshkosh Chapter October 23 - 25, 2009
Brent MacWilliams, RN, ANP Hilton Motherland Plaza, Cincinnati, Ohio
firstname.lastname@example.org LOOKING FOR CONFERENCE SITES
920-424-2160 AAMN is looking for HOST for the AAMN Annual Conference
2011, 2012, 2013
Your State Chapter Belongs Here ALL chapters, hospitals, schools of Nursing are
Start a Chapter Today! welcome to submit bids to HOST
email@example.com for details contact:
Demetrius Porche, AAMN President : firstname.lastname@example.org
Volume 27 AAMN InterAction 5
Bill Lecher, Chairman, Membership & Chapters Committee
We are please to report continued improvement in member growth and retention and chapter
development. The following data highlight these outcomes:
Membership: May, 2008 – 220 May, 2009 - 346, a 58% increase from same time prior
April, 2009 - 315 May, 2009 – 346, a 10% increase from prior month
346 represent approximately 0.25% of men in nursing
76543210987654321 Member Retention: March 31, 2008 58% retention rate
76543210987654321 March 31, 2009 75% retention rate
76543210987654321 Donations to AAMN Foundation: when paying AAMN dues, individuals are offered an opportunity to
76543210987654321 make a donation. $1,020.42 has been donated this year; amounts range from $3.75 -100.00; the most
76543210987654321 common sum is $20.00 (n = 36). This adds to the diversification of foundation revenue; please consider
76543210987654321 making a donation with dues and conference registration
updated Conference Information
76543210987654321 Monterey Peninsula Community College; Men in Nursing Conference, April 23-24: AAMN received
76543210987654321 a complimentary exhibit booth; recruited 9 new members and since then the Bay Area Chapter has been
Go t o A A M N . o r g f o r a l l y o u r
76543210987654321 formed; a Southern California (LA) is in formation as well as 2-4 other California chapters. If you are
76543210987654321 interested in recruiting for AAMN at a conference you are planning to attend, please contact Bill Lecher at
76543210987654321 (513) 407-6425 for permission and materials
76543210987654321 AAMN Chapters: May, 2008 7 chapters
76543210987654321 May, 2009 14 chapters, a 100% increase
76543210987654321 New Chapters Recognized:
76543210987654321 Triad AAMN Chapter was recognized in January, 2009 and is located in the Greensboro area of North
76543210987654321 Carolina. Triad is the 4th chapter in the state. Ramesh Chandra Upadhyaya, RN is the chapter
76543210987654321 president and has been instrumental in organizing the chapter. He may be reached at (336) 334-4944
76543210987654321 (w) or (336) 259-0122 (c) or email@example.com The 10 other founding men and women of the
76543210987654321 Triad AAMN include: Dennis Sherrod, Brad Sherrod, Richard Cowling, Don Kautz, Randy Williams, Ernest
76543210987654321 Grant, Michael Rieker, Lynne Pearcey, Anita Tesh and Russell “Gene” Tranbarger
76543210987654321 They have mailed an invitation to all the nurses within a 100 radius of Greensboro to attend free
76543210987654321 educational men in nursing event and build interest in the Triad Chapter. The University of North Carolina
76543210987654321 Greensboro provided financial support for the printing and postage.
76543210987654321 New York Consortium of Men in Nursing at Molloy College AAMN Chapter was recognized in March,
76543210987654321 2009 and is located in the Long Island area of New York. Bernadette D. Curry, RN is the founding
76543210987654321 chapter leader. She may be reached at (516)-678-5000, ext. 6253 (w) or (516)-507-7616 (c) or
76543210987654321 firstname.lastname@example.org Patrick Bourke and Richard Nadan are the other two founding chapter members.
76543210987654321 Their initial work will focus on promoting the image of men in nursing, advancing scholarship among men
76543210987654321 in the profession and serving as a milieu for support and networking.
76543210987654321 Bay Area AAMN Chapter was recognized in May, 2009 and is located in the San Francisco area of
76543210987654321 California and is the first chapter west of the Mississippi. Bob Patterson, RN and Michael Davidson,
76543210987654321 RN are the founding chapter leaders. Bob may be reached at (510) 486-0627(w) or (510) 333-1436 (c)
76543210987654321 or email@example.com. Michael may be reached at (510) 207-9799 or Davidson83@gmail.com Additional
76543210987654321 chapter formation members include: Juner Valencia, Garry Johnston, Jerry Thompson and Jericho Staana.
76543210987654321 They are now appointing acting officers and planning for the formal election of officers and committee
76543210987654321 chairs for November. Their initial work will focus on recruiting at least 10 chapter members by December,
76543210987654321 31st, recruit local speakers to share experiences and best practices and develop professional relationships
with other men in nursing and to begin addressing identified issues and concerns.
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Men Making a Difference in Nursing
The Chapter Breakfast on Saturday.
Numerous presentations and focus
sessions throughout the two days
focusing on the men in nursing making
What does a mountain climber author
and a children’s book author have in
common? They are both nurses who are
making their mark in the male nurse
arena in the most creative ways. The
Friday Keynote speaker Patrick Hickey,
a Clinical Professor of Nursing at the
University of South Carolina, has
climbed the 7 summits of the world,
including his last climb of Mt. Everest
which raised $1 for every foot of altitude
which contributes to the Nursing Summit
Scholarship fund. Pat has been a nurse
for 30 years, mostly in patient care and 10 years as a trauma nurse. He was honored as the
2002 Palmetto Gold Nurse of the year and as the 2004 SC Partners of the Americas Volunteer
of the year and has a book being released in May of 2009 recounting his experiences.
The Saturday Keynote speaker is Dr. Maggie Thurmond Dorsey, an Associate Professor in
the School of Nursing at the University of South Carolina Aiken, where she has taught for many
years, and holds the Ione Wells Hanly/Bank of America Chair in Nursing. She has authored the
children’s book “My Hero, My Dad, The Nurse” which is a colorful children’s book about a little
boy who ponders different career choices, but decides that he wants to follow his dad’s example,
and become a nurse.
The Opening Reception Thursday evening offers a great opportunity to network with colleagues
from throughout the US and the world! This reception will provide the chance to meet new, and
reconnect with, nursing friends and colleagues. It also creates a means to meet some of the
national leaders in the male nurse arena.
The Luther Christman Dinner and award ceremony will feed both your appetite and your
soul. It is a “Who’s Who” of “Men in Nursing”. This dinner is the vehicle used to recognize the
best workplace for men, the best school of nursing for men, the Luther Christman Award, and
the Lee Cohen Award (contact Ryan Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org to submit nominations).
This event occurs on Friday evening, and typically sells out, so sign up for Luther Christman
Dinner at the time you register for the conference to avoid being shut out.
The Annual Business Meeting and Elections are on the “Saturday Must Attend List”. This
meeting provides the membership an opportunity to participate in the organization directly.
continued page 14
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2009 AAMN Foundation /
Johnson & Johnson Nursing Scholarship Grantees
AAMN Foundation and Johnson & Johnson’s Campaign for
Nursing’s Future are partnered to offer this scholarship
campaign for male students pursuing professional nursing
education. Established in 2004, these scholarships are intended to support male students who are
seeking a pre-RN licensure or graduate degree in nursing.
*Frank P. Amling - Edgewood, IA -Clarke College
"Thank you for selecting me as a recipient for the 2009 AANM Foundation/Johnson & Johnson
Nursing Scholarship. I am honored to have been selected and truly appreciate you taking the
time to personally call me. Thank you again."
Joshua J. Aydelotte - Northlivert , IA -University of Iowa College of Nursing
"Now that I've caught my breath. I would really like to know where to send an appreciation
letter. Do I just send it to the same address as before? Yours? God Bless."
Cornelius M. Carter -Wichita, KS -Wichita State University
"I am absolutely elated to hear back from you. I am sure you can attest to the great need for
financial assistance while in school. If my bank account was a gas tank, it would probably be on
“E”. Over the past few months, I have come into contact with many male nurses and nursing
students who have found interests in our organization. In Wichita there is not an established
chapter but I am interested in knowing how to get involved with the larger organization.
Thank you again."
Kevin David Colwin -Madison , WI - University of Wisconsin Madison
"I am very happy about this award. Thank you for the recognition. I yelled in excitement when
I read the email. Best wishes"
Frantz A. Edouard - Boston, MA -Northeastern University
"I would like to thank you Dr. Raper, along with the entire AAMN Foundation for choosing me as
a recipient of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN) Foundation/Johnson & Johnson
Nursing Scholarship. It means a lot to me, and it makes a very big difference. Thank you once
*Shannon L. Harper - New York, NY - Columbia University
"It is an absolute honor to receive a 2009 AAMN Foundation / Johnson & Johnson Nursing
Scholarship. I am grateful for the foundations help as I pursue my degree in nurse anesthesia.
Thank you very much for supporting nursing education"
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(continued from p. 8) 2009 AAMN Foundation /
Johnson & Johnson Nursing Scholarship Grantees
Kristopher J. Jackson - Farmington, NH -Monmouth University
"I would like to thank you sincerely for considering my application. I must say it was an extremely
pleasant surprise to see such good news in my e-mail inbox! Once again, thank you for all of
your assistance and support; I am truly honored."
Harry Jean-Michael - Wellington, FL - Miami Dade College
"Thank you so much for selecting me as a recipient of the 2009 AAMN Foundation and Johnson
& Johnson Nursing Scholarship! I am very honored to be selected."
Alexander David Johnson - Brookings, SD - South Dakota State University
Jonathan S. Lenarte - Augusta, GA - Augusta State University
Jeffrey Oppus - Chandler, AX - Arizona State University College of Nursing
Joshua C. Palmer- Madison, WI - University of Wisconsin Madison
"Thank you very much for your work. I look forward to taking a leadership role someday as a
nurse. I'll make sure to help those coming along, as you are doing"
Justin R. Parsley - Plattsmouth, NE - Creighton University
Jeffery A. Pecson - Fresno CA - California State University Fresno
"Hi Dr. Raper. I am honored to be a recipient of the 2009 American Assembly for Men in Nursing
(AAMN) Foundation/Johnson & Johnson Nursing Scholarship. Thank you so much for this much-
Kale D. Roseen - San Diego, CA - San Diego State University School of Nursing
*Morgan C. Smith - San Francisco, CA - University of California San Francisco
"Thank you for the incredibly great news! I am thrilled and honored to have been selected for
a 2009 AAMN/Johnson & Johnson Nursing scholarship. This award will provide a tremendous
amount of support as I enter the final year of my Masters work at UCSF this fall."
Karl J. Rusterholtz - Springfield, MO - Southwest Baptist University ST. Johns C.O.N.
*Mark P. Toles - Chapel Hill, NC - Duke University
Roque Anthony F. Velasco - Chula Vista, CA - San Diego State University
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your generosity in choosing me to receive
the AAMN Scholarship. I am much honored to be a recipient of this award. This award will be of
great assistance in my journey of pursuing a degree in Nursing. With your assistance, I became
much closer in realizing my dreams of becoming a nurse. With sincere thanks"
Suraj P. Wagh - St Petersburg, FL - ST Petersburg College
"Thank you so very much. I can't believe it. You have made my year. Thank you again."
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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Support AAMN Mission Through National Men’s Health Week
nation in the celebration of National Men’s Health Week. I am encouraging each of you to
engage your AAMN chapter, colleagues, fellow organizations, employer, and other community
organizations to coordinate events in the community focusing on men’s health. This is an
excellent time to capitalize on the national focus of men’s health and promote AAMN’s voice
on men’s health and men in nursing. We are one of the few organizations that specifically
acknowledge men’s health as a essential component of our mission.
Some suggested activities to promote National Men’s Health Week is to request the major or
governor to issue a proclamation regarding the acknowledgement of National Men’s Health
Week, distribute press releases through your local media, coordinate a health awareness/
educational session and screening at your state capital, plan a health fair in your local community
through community based organizations or your employer, or plan continuing education
programs during this week focusing on men’s specific issues.
Assistance in planning National Men’s Health Week activities can be secured through the
Men’s Health Network (http://menshealthnetwork.org/) or the National Men’s Health Week
website: http://www.menshealthweek.org/index.htm. Promote men’s health by focusing
awareness, prevention, education and family, the theme of National Men’s Health Week.
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Men Making a Difference in Nursing
This year, you will hear about the 5- year AAMN Strategic Plan the board has developed for the
organization. With your input and help, AAMN can move to the level of greatness we are
destined for. At this meeting, nominations will be taken and elections held for President, Vice
President, Secretary, 3 Board Members and 2 Members of the Nominating Committee. So,
bring your nominations to the conference.
Presenters Wanted: If you would like to be a presenter or submit a poster presentation, go
the AAMN website and follow the conference link to download the abstract form. We encourage
individual and group presentations. Multi media presentations are most welcome too.
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THIS GREAT EVENT?
It’s easy. Follow the Conference on AAMN.org to the 2009 Conference Registration link. Fill in
the information and submit the form at the bottom. Payment options are flexible and listed on
the registration form. You may also download a conference brochure and attendance form at
the bottom of that same page.
The AAMN Conference Venue is one of Cincinnati’s most respected conference centers, the
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel. This hotel is a perfect environment for our conference
with finely appointed meeting rooms, restaurants and impeccable guest rooms. We have secured
a block of rooms for attendees at a substantial discount. Please mention you are reserving a
room for the AAMN Conference to get our discounted room rate. You must reserve your room
before September 18th for the discount.
Single or Double Guest Rooms: $149.00
Junior Suites: $179.00
Call for Reservations
Hotel check-in is at 3pm and check-out is 12 noon. Guestrooms
feature ‘’The Serenity Bed’‘, coffeemakers, iron and board and voice
mail. The hotel has a fitness room, an indoor pool, and high-speed
So, as they say in air travel, fasten your seat belt and prepare for takeoff!
SO SEE YOU IN CINCI!
Don Anderson, AAMN Education Committee Chiar , email@example.com
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AAMN Nominations Committee College of
encourages you to: An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution
Get Involved in AAMN Begin, advance or even change your career!
School of Nursing
AAMN is now accepting nominations for the
On-Campus and Online Offerings:
following leadership positions MSN – Family Nurse Practitioner / Adult Nurse Practitioner
**Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
**In collaboration with Thomas Jefferson University
CNS Adult Health
* President Elect CNS Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing
Post Master’s Certificate Options in All Specialties
Health Services Administration
*Vice-President MS – Health Services Administration
RN to BSN & RN to MSN – CNS Programs
School Nurse Certificate Program
*Secretary Division of Special Programs
Certificate Programs –
* Board Members x 3 Online RN Refresher Course
– Spring 2007 class begins February 6 – Register by January 29, 2007
– Summer 2007 class begins June 5 – Register by May 25, 2007
* Nominations Committee x 2 Register at anytime for these certificate programs earning
contact hours for relicensure:
Cognitive Therapy: Interventions for Healthcare Providers
Nominees for the 2009 election must submit Cognitive Therapy: Advanced Applications for
the following documents: Online Injury Prevention Basic Certificate Course
For additional information contact:
Division of Special Programs School of Nursing
· Consent to serve 2009 Phone: (302) 831-0442
FAX: (302) 831-4550
Phone: (302) 831-1253
FAX: (302) 831-3292
Email: DSPfirstname.lastname@example.org Email: UD-Nursing@udel.edu
(available at www.aamn.org) WWW.UDEL.EDU/DSP WWW.UDEL.EDU/NURSING
· Election Biographical Data Form 2009
(available at www.aamn.org)
· Electronic self-portrait suitable for
display at the annual meeting
Nominations should be submitted to
email@example.com no later than 9/23/2009.
Nominations received after
that time will be accepted
from the floor during the 2009
Documents submitted after
September 23, 2009, may
not be available for poster
viewing at the 2009 Annual
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