Photo: Emory University
Photo: Emory University

Emory nurse educator elected to American Association of Critical Care Nurses board

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing educator Jennifer Adamski was recently elected to the American Association of Critical Care Nurses’ board of directors, according to an Emory University news release.

Adamski, who is the director of the school of nursing’s Adult-Gerontology Acute Nurse Practitioner program, will serve a three-year term, through 2022.

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She also earned top honors from nonprofit  March of Dimes as the Critical Care Award winner in 2017.

In her 16 years of work in critical care, Adamski has helped save a rural trauma center more than $2 million over three years and decreased intensive care unit admissions by 37% in three months, Emory stated in a 2017 article.

Adamski also maintains a clinical practice for Critical Care Transport at Cleveland Clinic. It’s the first flight team in the country to be run by a nurse practitioner.

You can learn more about her at

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