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Nurses Voted #1 in Honesty, Ethics, Again as in 15 Previous Gallup Polls

Nurses Voted #1 in Honesty, Ethics, Again as in 15 Previous Gallup Polls

RNs are viewed as having "very high" or "high" ethical and honesty standards by 80 percent of the public, a full 15 points higher than any other profession in the Gallup Poll. Nurses have topped the list each year since they were first included in 1999, with the exception of 2001 when firefighters were included in response to their work during and after the 9/11 attacks. More »

More from the People’s Climate Summit in Peru

More from the People’s Climate Summit in Peru

Last week, we participated in the People's Climate Summit march in Lima, Peru. The march wove through busy Lima streets, blocking traffic and shutting down large parts of the downtown area. It ended at Plaza San Martin, a central plaza surrounded by beautiful colonial buildings. The plaza was filled with drumming, music, and chanting. Banners and flags waved in the air calling for climate justice. —Erin Carrera, RN, 12/18/14 More »

Tentative Contract for 3,000 Tenet RNs Protects Health Coverage, Improves Retirement Security

Tentative Contract for 3,000 Tenet RNs Protects Health Coverage, Improves Retirement Security

Registered nurses at six Tenet Health hospitals from Northern to Southern California are voting this week on a new four-year agreement with the hospital system that protects health coverage and provides for pension and economic gains. More »

Nurses to Issue Impact Report, Urge State Officials to Save Daughters of Charity

Nurses to Issue Impact Report, Urge State Officials to Save Daughters of Charity

Registered nurses who work in five Daughters of Charity hospitals across California will hold a Sacramento press conference Wednesday to urge Attorney General Kamala Harris to approve the sale of the hospitals to a buyer that has pledged to stop the threatened closure of the hospitals and preserve critical healthcare services. —National Nurses United, 12/16/14 More »

Nurses join tour of fracking sites hosted by Movement Generation

Nurses join tour of fracking sites hosted by Movement Generation

On the drive down to the valley, we talked about the intersection of labor and environmental justice and about what a just transition would really mean. Our nurses spoke very thoughtfully about health and environmental justice. They related the profit motives of their hospitals leading to poor patient care and deteriorating working conditions in some of the most environmentally impacted communities. Clarita and Pushpa are power houses. —California Nurses Association, 12/15/14 More »

Nurses Picket Against Float Pool, Mandatory Overtime

Nurses Picket Against Float Pool, Mandatory Overtime

The bitter cold did not deter a group of more than 20 nurses from holding signs that read “Exhausted nurses = unsafe care,” “End mandatory overtime,” and “When nurses float, patient safety sinks,” at the corner of Palmer Avenue and Ter Heun Drive in an informational picketing on the morning of Thursday, December 11. Donning hats and mittens to guard against the off-and-on raindrops and snow flurries, the group waved and smiled to passersby at the intersection located steps away from their workplace, Falmouth Hospital. —Lannan M. O'Brien, capenews.net, 12/15/14 More »

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