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RNs at Marlborough Hospital Reach Tentative Agreement with Management for Three-Year Contract

RNs at Marlborough Hospital Reach Tentative Agreement with Management for Three-Year Contract

The registered nurses at Marlborough Hospital, represented by the Massachusetts Nurses Association, and UMass Memorial Health Care reached a tentative agreement Tuesday on a three-year contract that aims to improve RN-to-patient staffing and overall patient safety. —Massachusetts Nurses Association , 08/27/15 More »

A Decade After Katrina, RNs Reflect on What We’ve Learned and Refuse to Learn

A Decade After Katrina, RNs Reflect on What We’ve Learned and Refuse to Learn

On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s destruction along the Gulf Coast, registered nurse volunteers with the disaster relief program, Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN), which sent hundreds of RN volunteers to provide disaster relief to the region in the wake of the deadly storm, say that critical lessons which exacerbated the 2005 crisis – global climate change, our lack of a national healthcare system, and failure to invest in public resources and infrastructure – have still not been learned. —National Nurses United, 08/26/15 More »

National Nurses United Director RoseAnn DeMoro Named to 100 Most Influential in Healthcare List

National Nurses United Director RoseAnn DeMoro Named to 100 Most Influential in Healthcare List

It’s 14 for 14. On a list dominated hospital, insurance, pharmaceutical, and other healthcare industry corporations, National Nurses United Executive Director RoseAnn DeMoro has again been named as one of the 100 most influential people in healthcare in the U.S. —National Nurses United, 08/24/15 More »

Nurses Invite Pope Francis to Meet on U.S. Visit to Discuss  Health Effects of Climate Crisis

Nurses Invite Pope Francis to Meet on U.S. Visit to Discuss Health Effects of Climate Crisis

Leaders of unions representing leading nurses and other healthcare workers in 18 countries from every major continent are requesting a meeting with Pope Francis during his upcoming visit to the U.S. to discuss ways to work together to combat the alarming health effects of the climate crisis and other environmental degradation. —Global Nurses United, 08/24/15 More »

Nurses at Medical Center of Trinity Plan Picket

Nurses at Medical Center of Trinity Plan Picket

Registered nurses will hold an informational picket and rally on Monday, Aug. 24 to urge Medical Center of Trinity to consistently comply with its own staffing plan and improve the recruitment and retention of experienced RNs. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - Florida, 08/21/15 More »

Nurses accuse Queen of the Valley, St. Joseph Health of profits before people

Nurses accuse Queen of the Valley, St. Joseph Health of profits before people

The California Nurses Association held a press conference in Napa on Wednesday to accuse St. Joseph Health, the parent of Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, of degrading patient care in pursuit of profits. Once run by Catholic nuns, the organization is now a large business enterprise that has lost its “moral compass,” the union charged in a report titled “Falling from Grace.” —Jennifer Huffman / Napa Valley Register, 08/20/15 More »

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