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Texas Ebola patient told hospital of travel from West Africa but was released

Texas Ebola patient told hospital of travel from West Africa but was released

Despite national guidelines for evaluating potential Ebola cases and worldwide awareness of an epidemic that has killed thousands in West Africa, a man who later tested positive for the disease was released from a Dallas hospital even though he said he had traveled to Texas from Liberia. —Mark Berman, The Washington Post, 10/10/14 More »

Bonnie Castillo Appears on The Joy Reid Show

Bonnie Castillo Appears on The Joy Reid Show

Watch Bonnie Castillo, Director of NNU's Registered Nurse Response Network discuss Ebola preparedness in U.S. hospitals. —The Joy Reid Show, MSNBC, 10/10/14 More »

Are American hospitals ready to fight Ebola?

Are American hospitals ready to fight Ebola?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is assuring the public that the nation's hospitals stand ready to handle cases of Ebola, but in a survey, nurses across the country say they fear their hospitals are not ready. —John Blackstone, CBS News, 10/10/14 More »

Op-Ed - Why California needs Prop. 45

Op-Ed - Why California needs Prop. 45

If you believe the advertising on television, health insurance in California is now the best deal since sliced bread. Four health insurance companies, which control 84% of the California market, are spending tens of millions of dollars to convince voters they have it so good that the state doesn't need Proposition 45. The November ballot measure would simply give the insurance commissioner the right to reject excessive health insurance rates. —Jamie Court of Consumer Watchdog, via Los Angeles Times, 10/08/14 More »

Stanislaus County Health Workers Prepare in case Ebola Arrives

Stanislaus County Health Workers Prepare in case Ebola Arrives

Local hospitals, clinics and health agencies said they, too, are preparing for the possibility of an Ebola outbreak. Officials stress that there are no cases of the deadly disease in California. But a man who had traveled from Liberia was diagnosed with Ebola on Sept. 30 in Texas. —Ken Carlson, The Modesto Bee, 10/07/14 More »

Co-President of NNU – Speaks About Ebola on MSNBC

Co-President of NNU – Speaks About Ebola on MSNBC

Watch National Nurses United Co-President Deborah Burger on MSNBC, speaking out on how U.S. nurses are saying they are unprepared for the Ebola virus. —The ED Show, MSNBC, 10/04/14 More »

RN Response Network Director Bonnie Castillo Speaks on CNN

RN Response Network Director Bonnie Castillo Speaks on CNN

RNs and survey results were featured on national media from coast to coast, including an interview with RN Response Network director Bonnie Castillo, RN on CN. —CNN, 10/04/14 More »

International Nurse News Round-Up

International Nurse News Round-Up

See a collection of links to news stories about nurses in other nations, and how they are advocating for their patients. —Global Nurses United, 10/03/14 More »

Are We Prepared for An Ebola Outbreak

Are We Prepared for An Ebola Outbreak

On Friday’s Podcast Ed is joined by Deborah Burger, Co-President of the National Nurses United and long-time Registered Nurse, to discuss a NNU survey showing just how unprepared our nation’s hospitals are for an Ebola outbreak. —The Ed Schultz Show, 10/03/14 More »

U.S. nurses say they are unprepared to handle Ebola patients

U.S. nurses say they are unprepared to handle Ebola patients

Nurses, the frontline care providers in U.S. hospitals, say they are untrained and unprepared to handle patients arriving in their hospital emergency departments infected with Ebola. —Julie Steenhuysen, Reuters, 10/03/14 More »

International Nurse News Round-Up

International Nurse News Round-Up

See a collection of links to news stories about nurses in other nations, and how they are advocating for their patients. —Global Nurses United, 09/29/14 More »

Nurses Pretend to Die During Ebola Protest in Las Vegas

Nurses Pretend to Die During Ebola Protest in Las Vegas

Dressed in hazmat costumes and red shirts, roughly 1,000 nurses gathered on the Las Vegas strip to call attention to the United States' level of preparedness in fighting a potential Ebola crisis at home. —Brittany Levine, Mashable, 09/29/14 More »

IMAGES: Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

IMAGES: Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

Nurses protest along Las Vegas Boulevard Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, in Las Vegas. Nurses in town for the California Nurses Association and National Nurses Organizing Committee convention protested on the Strip because they say U.S. hospitals aren't ready for an Ebola outbreak. —John Locher, Associated Press, 09/29/14 More »

PHOTOS: Nurses Rally Together To Highlight Need For World Care

PHOTOS: Nurses Rally Together To Highlight Need For World Care

Registered nurses with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee marched together and rallied at Planet Hollywood casino-hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Health workers and nurses participated in the action on the Strip to highlight the need for more support to combat infectious diseases around the world such as the Ebola outbreak. —Rik Verduzco, Las Vegas Review-Journal, 09/29/14 More »

Barbara Lee Was Right in 2001. She’s Still Right Now.

Barbara Lee Was Right in 2001. She’s Still Right Now.

It has been thirteen years since Congresswoman Barbara Lee cast her lonely vote against authorizing President Bush to launch what she warned could be an ill-defined and endless war. Days after she cast that vote, the California Democrat appeared before hundreds of students at Mills College in Oakland and was greeted for the first time by the chant, “Barbara Lee speaks for me.” —John Nichols, The Nation, 09/29/14 More »

Nurses march for Ebola awareness in Las Vegas

Nurses march for Ebola awareness in Las Vegas

About 1,000 nurses marched through Las Vegas to raise awareness of the Ebola virus and protest what they describe as a lack of preparation by the United States. —Reuters News, via The Washington Post, 09/24/14 More »

Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

U.S. hospitals aren't ready for an Ebola outbreak, according to nurses who staged a "die-in" Wednesday outside a Las Vegas Strip resort where they were holding a union convention. —Kimberly Pierceall, Associated Press via the Las Vegas Sun, 09/24/14 More »

Why America’s Nurses Are Burning Out

Why America’s Nurses Are Burning Out

Work schedules and insufficient staffing are among the factors driving many nurses to leave the profession. American nurses often put in 12-hour shifts over the course of a three-day week. Research found nurses who worked shifts longer than eight to nine hours were two-and-a-half times more likely to experience burnout. —Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Everyday Health Media, 09/23/14 More »

International Nurse News Round-Up

International Nurse News Round-Up

See a collection of links to news stories about nurses in other nations, and how they are advocating for their patients. —Global Nurses United, 09/19/14 More »

International Nurse News Round-Up

International Nurse News Round-Up

See a collection of links to news stories about nurses in other nations, and how they are advocating for their patients. —Global Nurses United, 09/12/14 More »

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