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Help Stop Ebola—Tell Congress and the White House to Order Hospitals to Put Safety Standards First

Help Stop Ebola—Tell Congress and the White House to Order Hospitals to Put Safety Standards First

Now that nurses, who have been sounding the alarm about Ebola for more than two months, finally have the attention of policy makers and everyone else, let's have no more excuses and take the critical steps needed to contain and eradicate this virulent disease in the U.S. and globally. —RoseAnn DeMoro, writing in The Washington Post, 10/20/14 More »

Registered Nurses Kick Off National Week of Actions Mandating Highest Ebola Protocols

Registered Nurses Kick Off National Week of Actions Mandating Highest Ebola Protocols

Registered nurses in various cities across the country will kick off a national week of action today demanding that President Obama and the U.S. Congress take immediate steps to guarantee that all hospitals and healthcare employers institute the highest Ebola protocols in their facilities to protect RNs, other healthcare workers, patients and the public. —National Nurses United, 10/20/14 More »

RNs at St. Joseph Hospital Decry Management’s Response for Highest Standards of Ebola Preparation

RNs at St. Joseph Hospital Decry Management’s Response for Highest Standards of Ebola Preparation

Today, Registered Nurses at St Joseph Hospital in Orange, a hospital where RNs are not yet represented by a union, took the bold step of publicly calling on management to take immediate measures to ensure the health and safety of RNs and patients alike regarding Ebola. The RNs pointed out that the hospital, like most hospitals in America, has failed to enact adequate measures to protect against Ebola. —California Nurses Association, 10/17/14 More »

How to Advocate on Ebola: National Nurses United

How to Advocate on Ebola: National Nurses United

As American health care workers now confront the risk of Ebola here in the U.S., National Nurses United has taken center stage. They’ve been fighting to get better protection for nurses who treat Ebola patients — and doing a lot of things right. —CQ Roll Call, 10/17/14 More »

National Nurses Welcome Ebola Czar – But Say Position Needs Authority

National Nurses Welcome Ebola Czar – But Say Position Needs Authority

National Nurses United today welcomed the appointment of a White House Ebola czar, but said the move still falls short of what is needed if the Obama administration does not exercise its authority to require all hospitals to comply with the highest uniform, national safety standards with real penalties, including loss of Medicare funds, for those who fail to take those steps. —National Nurses United, 10/17/14 More »

For a brass-knuckled nurses union, the Ebola scare is just another fight

For a brass-knuckled nurses union, the Ebola scare is just another fight

RoseAnn DeMoro stood in front of 300 nurses in an auditorium in Oakland, Calif. on Tuesday afternoon, while 11,500 more nurses listened on the phone. Two of their own had just contracted Ebola, and she was furious. —Lydia DePillis, The Washington Post, 10/16/14 More »

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