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AMR Management Services provides professional association management services for 24+ leading national and international associations. Our expert staff of 80+ association professionals handle all facets of association management for our clients from strategic leadership to execution of day-to-day operations.
Whether you are an RN or a health system executive, a physician or a healthcare educator, an academic researcher or student, a patient or a caregiver, you know that communication is the key to exceptional patient care. For nearly 40 years, the Academy of Communication in Healthcare (ACH) has been at the forefront of research and teaching relationship-centered healthcare communication. If you are looking for ways to improve patient safety, interdisciplinary teamwork, patient satisfaction scores, or just want to develop your individual communication skills, ACH can help.
The The American Association of Endocrine Surgeons (AAES) is dedicated to the advancement of the science and art of endocrine surgery. Our members have clinical expertise in and research interests that focus on endocrine surgical diseases. They are certified by either the American Board of Surgery of the United States, the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada or the equivalent governing boards in Mexico and South America. Our membership has recently expanded to include international leaders in endocrine surgery and allied specialists that have demonstrated a similar focus of practice. The AAES is committed to providing surgical expertise in diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands as well as in neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas and GI tract. Our goal is to discover and promote the best treatments for endocrine disease to help improve our patients’ lives.
The Mission of the American Osteopathic College of Anesthesiologists (AOCA) to promote the osteopathic concept of disease, advance the standards of practice, and provide opportunity for study and training in the art and science of anesthesiology.
The Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM) is a national trade association focused on providing education, resources and community for marketing and business development professionals in accounting firms. Formed in 1989, AAM has grown rapidly and offers a variety of educational resources and networking opportunities.
The Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) is a unique membership association comprising over 700 members working within or in the support of resource and research biotechnology laboratories. Our members represent over 340 laboratories and administrative offices in government, academia, research, industry and commercial settings. The ABRF promotes the education and career advancement of scientists through conferences, a quarterly journal, publication of research group studies and conference travel awards. The society also sponsors multi-center research studies designed to help members incorporate new biotechnologies into their laboratories.
The Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI) furthers the use of visual media to advance life sciences, medicine, and healthcare through a worldwide network of specialized interdisciplinary professionals and is recognized as the premier global resource for promoting the power of visual media to advance scientific understanding, communication, education, and research. AMI members are key partners in the process of scientific discovery, knowledge transfer, and innovation.
The AMI, as the premier association of professionals who create visual media to communicate concepts in medicine, healthcare, and the life sciences, is cognizant of the impact our visual communications have upon the people and institutions who use them. We therefore commit to using our unique skills to fairly represent the diversity of the world in which we live and to model that consciousness within our own membership.
The mission of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) is to grow the pedestrian and bicycle profession and its influence by facilitating the exchange of professional and technical knowledge, elevating practitioners’ skills and defining the field. From a handful of members in 1995, the organization has grown to include 1,300 members in the United States and Canada. APBP members work at all levels of government, in manufacturing, and as consultants, advocates, researchers, and students in a wide range of disciplines: transportation planning and engineering, urban design, landscape architecture, public health, active living, and Safe Routes to School.
The Association of Women Surgeons (AWS) is a global fellowship of surgeons who have dedicated their professional lives to surgery. Founded in 1981, AWS is a not-for-profit educational and professional organization whose mission is to inspire, encourage, and enable women surgeons to realize their professional and personal goals. With approximately 3,000 members of all genders, AWS is one of the largest organizations dedicated to enhancing the interaction and exchange of information among women surgeons. Truly an international organization, AWS has members in more than 40 countries.
The AWS Foundation is dedicated to sponsoring activities that advance women’s careers in surgery and address gender disparities worldwide. Founded in 1994, the AWS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to provide opportunities for the educational and professional growth of women in surgery, including fellowships, research awards, and scholarships. To learn more about AWS and AWS Foundation, visit womensurgeons.org.
Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA) is an independent organization of the chief officers of state and territorial agencies designated as the state library administrative agency and responsible for statewide library development. Its purpose is to identify and address issues of common concern and national interest; to further state library agency relationships with federal government and national organizations; and to initiate cooperative action for the improvement of library services.
CPA Firm Management Association was founded on January 1, 1984, to enable accounting firm managers to communicate with one another and provide each other with the benefits of everyone’s experiences in what was a new and emerging profession. Through a combination of local meetings and seminars, national conferences, publications and surveys, CPAFMA, a firm-based membership association, has continued to offer benefits to members at minimal cost.
The Association is the one representative voice of the profession. Many of our members put forth a great deal of effort toward educating the public accounting profession about the benefits of hiring professional firm managers to run the operations of their respective firms. They have also largely shaped the profession, determined the direction for manager career pathing, and have been on the cutting edge of developments in our profession.
The Educational Technology Collaborative (ETC) provides sound leadership and a forum for information exchange. Our over 800 members are at the forefront of media and technology support for quality teaching and learning in higher education settings. We are proud to include members from all sizes of post-secondary institutions as well as private enterprises that supply the media and instructional technology products.
The mission of the Educational Technology Collaborative (ETC) is to provide leadership and a forum for information exchange to the providers of media content, academic technology, and support for quality teaching and learning at institutions of higher education.
The Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research (FNINR) is an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1993. Nurse researchers are grounded in clinical nursing practice and focused on the physical, mental, emotional and social needs of patients. They recognize the illness and the presence of health risk factors affecting the overall well-being of individuals.
The health care community faces new challenges and opportunities to improve patient care each year. With the continuing leadership provided by NINR and the support of FNINR, nurse researchers will continue to contribute to the enhanced health and well-being of all Americans, especially in a time when cost-effectiveness and quality of care are equally championed by the public and the Nation’s decision makers.
The Kentucky Association of Nurse Anesthetists KyANA) is a nonprofit organization representing nurse anesthetists throughout Kentucky. The association exists to facilitate cooperation between nurse anesthetists and the medical profession, to advance the science and art of anesthesia, and to support the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists.
The National Academies of Practice (NAP) was founded in 1981 to advise governmental bodies on our health care system. It is the only interdisciplinary group of health care practitioners dedicated to these issues. Distinguished Practitioners, Scholars and Policy Fellows are elected by their peers from fourteen different health professions.
The National Alliance of State and University Fleets (NASUF) was created to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of state fleet management through education and ongoing peer-to-peer networking opportunities. Our professional organization serves the needs of members who manage fleets of automobiles, SUVs, trucks and vans, and a wide range of specialized mobile equipment for state and university owned fleets throughout the United States
The National Association for Children’s Behavioral Health (NACBH) is a dedicated community of behavioral health leaders working to provide the best care and services NACBH provides a powerful, credible voice for our member organizations in Washington. They leverage their knowledge and connections so that behavioral health experts are shaping legislation that affects the children they serve.
The National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA) provides cutting-edge resources, tools, and networking opportunities for plan sponsors and service providers of government-sponsored defined contribution retirement plans. NAGDCA governmental members oversee plans for participants from 63 state and territorial government entities and 146 local government entities*, including counties, cities, public safety agencies, school districts and utilities. NAGDCA’s members administer governmental deferred compensation and defined contribution plans, including Section 457(b), 401(k), 401(a), and 403(b) plans (“DC Plans”), which provide for employee and employer contributions.
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) is committed to advancing the health in Hispanic communities and to lead, promote and advocate the educational, professional, and leadership opportunities for Hispanic nurses. We celebrate the culture, caring, and spirit of Hispanic nurses who are the leading voice of health in our communities
Founded in 1969, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) represents state chief information officers and information technology (IT) executives and managers from the states, territories and District of Columbia. NASCIO’s mission is to foster government excellence through quality business practices, information management and technology policy. NASCIO provides state CIOs and state members with products and services designed to support the challenging role of the state CIO, stimulate the exchange of information and promote the adoption of IT best practices and innovations.
Through adding unparalleled values based on trusted and collaborative relationships, NurseTRUST aspires to intentionally advance healthcare to improve health and to inspire and equip nurses to lead courageously. A 501(c)(3) membership organization, NurseTRUST was founded by alumni members of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows program and is now open to nurse leaders who share a passion for the NurseTRUST mission to engage nurses in life-changing leadership. Benefits of NurseTRUST membership includes participation in the Annual Summit, TRUSTed Conversations, new E3 Fellowship Program, and the opportunity to connect year-round with a network of nurse leaders.
The Nursing Organizations Alliancew (NOA) was formed when two long-standing coalitions of nursing organizations united to create an enduring collaborative that would promote a strong voice and cohesive action to address issues of concern to the community of nursing. The historic vote to create NOA occurred on November 17, 2001, at a special meeting of the National Federation for Specialty Nursing Organizations (NFSNO) and the Nursing Organizations Liaison Forum (NOLF) member organizations in Salt Lake City, UT.
The Research Chefs Association (RCA) is the leading professional community for food research and development. Its members are the pioneers of the discipline of Culinology® – the blending of culinary arts and the science of food.
Founded in 1996 by a group of research chefs dedicated to overcoming challenges facing the food product development professional, the Research Chefs Association (RCA) has grown to more than 2,000 members. Today, RCA is the premier source of global and inclusive culinary and technical information for the food industry, with a professionally diverse membership including chefs, food scientists and other industry professionals who are shaping the future of food research and development.
The Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology (SOAP) was founded in 1968 to provide a forum for discussion of problems unique to the peripartum period. SOAP is comprised of anesthesiologists, obstetricians, pediatricians, and basic scientists from around the world who share an interest in the care of the pregnant patient and the newborn.
The mission of our Society is to improve the pregnancy-related outcomes of women and neonates, which we accomplish through the support of obstetric anesthesiology research; the provision of education to our members, other providers, and pregnant women; and the promotion of excellence in clinical anesthetic care. SOAP allows practitioners of several specialties to meet and discuss clinical practice, basic and clinical research, and practical professional concerns.
The Women’s Energy Network (WEN) is an international organization of professional women who work across the energy value chain. Their mission is to develop programs to provide networking opportunities and foster career and leadership development of women who work in the energy industries.certain set of requirements.