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CDC Guidelines for Healthcare Providers Caring for Patients with Possible Zika Virus Exposure

CDC Guidelines for Healthcare Providers Caring for Patients with Possible Zika Virus Exposure

Update February 5, 2016 - Revised guidelines for the Zika virus were released by the CDC today. Learn more how this emerging threat will affect your patients. More »

Basic Information on the Zika Virus

Basic Information on the Zika Virus

Zika is currently locally transmitted in 28 countries and territories in North and South America. The CDC is constantly updating the list of areas affected by the virus. More »

United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the Friedrichs case

United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the Friedrichs case

Today a coalition of advocates from Washington to California gathered on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court to warn that a controversial case targeting worker and union rights poses a significant threat to public health, safety and quality of life. More »

32 Hospitals to Pay U.S. to Resolve False Billing Claims

32 Hospitals to Pay U.S. to Resolve False Billing Claims

Thirty-two hospitals located throughout 15 states have agreed to pay the United States a total of more than $28 million to settle allegations that the health care facilities submitted false claims to Medicare for minimally-invasive kyphoplasty procedures, the Justice Department announced today. More »

Nurses Speak Out at Cal/OSHA Public Hearing: Urge Speedy Passage of Violence Prevention Regulations

Nurses Speak Out at Cal/OSHA Public Hearing: Urge Speedy Passage of Violence Prevention Regulations

A large contingent of nurses from throughout California, clad in red scrubs, marched through the Capital mall in Sacramento yesterday chanting “Workplace violence on the rise, prevention is our key to survive!” as they made their way to the Cal/OSHA public hearing on workplace violence prevention. Once they arrived at the State Resources Building, the nurses, members of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, filled the hearing chambers and lined up at the podium to urge that the Cal/OSHA's Standards Board swiftly adopt the proposed regulations on workplace violence prevention. More »

Single Payer Healthcare Is Not Pie In The Sky

Single Payer Healthcare Is Not Pie In The Sky

Here is this weeks Nurse Talk podcast with Executive Director Of Minnesota Nurses Association, Rose Roach. Great explanation of Single Payer and she starts with saying, "people over profits"! What a concept. We use a "shorter" version of this for social media and broadcasting on Progressive Voices Tune IN all week during shows such as Thom Hartmann, Ed Shultz, Ring of Fire, and more. More »

Nurses join with partner environmental groups to demand climate justice now

Nurses join with partner environmental groups to demand climate justice now

More than 1,200 California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee registered nurses, environmental and healthcare activists, and students on Dec. 3 marched and rallied in Los Angeles to demand that the world’s leaders, now convening in Paris for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, adopt a binding and enforceable climate treaty, commit resources to fund the transformation to clean, renewable energy including a just transition program for those who now work in the fossil fuel industry, and call on wealthy, developed countries to provide resources for the less-developed countries to act on climate, with funding coming from a carbon tax and the Robin Hood tax. More »

A quick look at The Women’s Global Health Leadership Certificate Program

A quick look at The Women’s Global Health Leadership Certificate Program

A quick look at the Women's Global Health Leadership Certificate Program with recent course graduate RN Jana Sui and NNU Education Director Michelle Grisat. More »

Nurses for Bernie community party in Fremont, CA.

Nurses for Bernie community party in Fremont, CA.

Over the past few months, in living rooms & community centers across the country, nurses have been gathering to host parties in support of Bernie Sanders. Nationwide we’ve been coming together to talk about Bernie’s candidacy and brainstorm ways we can help. This past weekend, around 150 nurses and community members came together for a Nurses For Bernie Community Party in Fremont, CA. More »

National Nurses United steadfast support of Bernie Sanders

National Nurses United steadfast support of Bernie Sanders

Nurse Talk News Update---National Nurses United, the nations largest organization of RNs continues its steadfast support of Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders as conference delegates approve endorsement. RN Irma Westmoreland a life long Republican will be casting her ballot for Senator Sanders. More »

Hundreds of Nurses Join Million Student March

Hundreds of Nurses Join Million Student March

In solidarity with students across the country protesting the outrageous costs and crippling debts of their college educations, more than 800 registered nurses with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee and National Nurses United marched and rallied Nov. 12 with University of California at Berkeley students as part of the Million Student March. More »

Apply now! Scholarships for NNU’s Women’s Global Health Leadership classes.

Apply now! Scholarships for NNU’s Women’s Global Health Leadership classes.

Full-tuition scholarships are available for NNU members interested in building global solidarity with those who share RN values of caring, compassion, and community. To apply for a full-tuition scholarship for a course, please submit a short essay (250 to 500 words) describing how the topic of the course will inform your RN patient advocacy. NNU members may apply for a scholarship for more than one course. A separate essay is required for each course for which an RN seeks a scholarship. More »

Populist Poposals Remind Why Nurses Trust Bernie Sanders to Heal America

Populist Poposals Remind Why Nurses Trust Bernie Sanders to Heal America

In recent days, the Democratic Party establishment has stepped up efforts to freeze the momentum for Sen. Bernie Sanders, pressing Democratic Party office holders, who are also convention super delegates, to get in line and trying to create an impression that the contest is over. More »

RN Martha Kuhl talks with Nurse Talk about Nurses Values and Bernie Sanders

RN Martha Kuhl talks with Nurse Talk about Nurses Values and Bernie Sanders

In August National Nurses United endorsed Bernie Sanders for President. "Bernie Sanders is aligned with 'nurses values". RN, Martha Kuhl talks about the reasons why Senator Sanders is the perfect candidate for healthcare and for our country. More »

College for All – Vote Bernie Sanders

College for All – Vote Bernie Sanders

I don’t know whether to celebrate or cry. Within a few months, I will have finally paid off the very last of my $20,000 worth of student loans for the private nursing school I graduated from in 1995. Yes, you read that right. I’ve been paying off these loans for 20 years and am now 52 years old. But instead of finally focusing on building up my family’s savings and working toward my and my husband’s retirement, we are now facing taking on many thousands of dollars in student loans over the next eight years to put our two sons through college. More »

Providence Memorial RNs, Supporters Hold Protest

Providence Memorial RNs, Supporters Hold Protest

More than 30 Providence RNs came out to rally and leaflet at the protest, educating the public about staffing and equipment needs. Joining them at the rally were RNs from Las Palmas, Del Sol, Sierra and El Paso Children’s Hospital, as well as Senator Jose Rodriguez’s district chief of staff. More »

Florida Medical Center RNs, Supporters Hold Informational Picket

Florida Medical Center RNs, Supporters Hold Informational Picket

Over 80 nurses and community activists came together today at Florida Medical Center (FMC) in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., calling on the hospital to maintain consistent optimum staffing levels and to provide the best possible care for the community. More »

RNs ramp up #Nurses4Bernie—on debate night and beyond!

RNs ramp up #Nurses4Bernie—on debate night and beyond!

Over 200 NNU nurses “painted the town red” in Vegas on Tuesday, for the first Democratic debate. From marching down the strip, in support of Bernie, to cheering along with campaign staff in Bernie’s official watch party—NNU had a significant impact on making it known that Bernie’s values are nurses’ values. More »

When Bernie Promised to #SayHerName #SandraBland

When Bernie Promised to #SayHerName #SandraBland

Social activist Hannah Adair Bonner recently posted an anecdote to her blog about running into Bernie Sanders while she was having lunch with Geneva Reed-Veal, the mother of Sandra Bland. Sandra, 28, died in police custody after being arrested in July during a traffic stop in Texas. Her tragic death ignited a public outcry on social media and became a critical focus of the #SayHerName and #BlackLivesMatter movements. More »

What. A. Night. In. Vegas.

What. A. Night. In. Vegas.

Thousands of nurses tuned into the first debate for the Democratic presidential nomination and to cheer on our endorsed candidate, Bernie Sanders. Before the big event, more than 200 RNs joined 200 other supporters and marched in Vegas, sending the message to the world that Bernie is the best choice for our country. More »

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