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Santa Monica RNs Plan June 13 Walkout

Santa Monica RNs Plan June 13 Walkout

Registered nurses at Saint Johns Health Center in Santa Monica will hold a one-day strike Wednesday June 13, to protest what they see as stalling by hospital officials in reaching a fair negotiated agreement for the RNs that would enhance patient safety and help retain experienced RNs at the hospital. —CNA Press Release, 06/06/12 More »

Petaluma Nurses Plan June 13 Walkout

Petaluma Nurses Plan June 13 Walkout

RNs to Picket Eureka, Apple Valley St. Joseph Hospitals in Support. Registered nurses at Petaluma Valley Hospital in Petaluma will hold a one-day strike Wednesday, June 13 to protest hospital administration demands for economic cuts which will lead to what the nurses say is illegal cuts in professional nursing practice standards and diminished patient care standards the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. —CNA Press Release, 06/05/12 More »

Nurses Ratify Contract at EMMC with Patient Safety Provisions

Nurses Ratify Contract at EMMC with Patient Safety Provisions

Registered nurses at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine ratified a three year contract last night with important improvements in patient safety and enhanced professional and economic standards. The registered nurses are represented by the Maine State Nurses Association/National Nurses United. The NNU is the largest union and professional organization of nurses in the U.S., with over 170,000 members. —MSNA Media Advisory, 05/30/12 More »

Nurses Demand That Foster Apologize For Using Female Slur

Nurses Demand That Foster Apologize For Using Female Slur

The Michigan Nurses Association demanded today that State Representative Frank Foster (R-Petoskey) apologize for calling one of their staffers the “c word” during a visit to her neighborhood. The organization is asking House Speaker Jase Bolger to investigate whether action should be taken against Foster for his offensive conduct. More »

Nurses to Lead Big May 18 Rally in Chicago on Eve of Summit with Plan to Heal Global Economies

Nurses to Lead Big May 18 Rally in Chicago on Eve of Summit with Plan to Heal Global Economies

Registered nurses, renowned musician Tom Morello, labor, community, and Occupy Wall Street activists will gather in a major rally in Chicago Friday, May 18 to kick off protests on the eve of the G-8 and NATO summits. The rally will be held at 12 noon in Chicago's Daley Plaza. —PR Newswire, 05/16/12 More »

Anna Deavere Smith—of Nurse Jackie— to Perform in Chicago on Nation’s Healthcare Crisis

Anna Deavere Smith—of Nurse Jackie— to Perform in Chicago on Nation’s Healthcare Crisis

The critically acclaimed actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith, who portrays a nurse on the Emmy award winning Showtime dark comedy Nurse Jackie, will perform Tell Us Where It Hurts, America’s Nurses are Listening, a theatrical piece written for an estimated international audience of more than 1,000 nurses. This unique performance is derived from real-life stories of nurses and their patients gathered by the members of National Nurses United (NNU). —NNU Press Release, 05/15/12 More »

Chicago Mayor Emanuel Agrees to Let Nurses Rally in Daley Plaza

Chicago Mayor Emanuel Agrees to Let Nurses Rally in Daley Plaza

Nurses Praise Tom Morello, Public Support for May 18 Rally. National Nurses United today welcomed a decision by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and city officials to reverse efforts to block a planned rally by nurses, and community supporters, joined by eminent musician Tom Morello, at Daley Plaza, May 18. More »

Bill Moyers Interviews National Nurses Director RoseAnn DeMoro Sunday on Call for Robin Hood Tax

Bill Moyers Interviews National Nurses Director RoseAnn DeMoro Sunday on Call for Robin Hood Tax

Sunday 6 p.m. - most PBS stations: NEW YORK - Moyers & Company, a current affairs program featuring Bill Moyers and airing on PBS stations nationwide, ran this segment Sunday evening with RoseAnn DeMoro, executive director of National Nurses United, the largest union and professional association of registered nurses in the country, with 170,000 members. Check local air times. —NNU Press Release, 05/11/12 More »

McLaren Evasive About Rehiring Cheboygan Memorial Nurses for Re-Opened Hospital

McLaren Evasive About Rehiring Cheboygan Memorial Nurses for Re-Opened Hospital

Registered nurses who worked at Cheboygan Memorial Hospital before it closed should be the ones hired to take care of patients at the re-opened hospital, the Michigan Nurses Association said today. More »

Emergency Press Conference Wednesday

Emergency Press Conference Wednesday

Nurses Protest Chicago’s 11th Hour Bid to Quarantine RN Protest, Will Challenge Mayor Emanuel’s 11th Hour Demand: ‘Nurses and Musician Tom Morello are Not a National Security Threat.’ More »

Historic Agreement for Nurses in Nation’s Biggest For Profit Hospital System

Historic Agreement for Nurses in Nation’s Biggest For Profit Hospital System

Registered nurses at 10 Florida hospitals that are a part of the nation’s largest for profit hospital chain, Nashville-based HCA, have achieved their first collective bargaining contract with important improvements in patient care protections and enhanced professional and economic standards. More »

Cheboygan Nurses Celebrate News of May 14 CMH Re-Opening, Urge Elected Officials to Step Up

Cheboygan Nurses Celebrate News of May 14 CMH Re-Opening, Urge Elected Officials to Step Up

CHEBOYGAN – With news today that McLaren Health Care has finally closed on the sale of Cheboygan Memorial Hospital, the registered nurses who worked there are looking forward to the May 14th re-opening of the emergency department and other services. More »

Enloe RN Picket Friday 3pm-6pm

Enloe RN Picket Friday 3pm-6pm

Contract Talks Heat Up as Nurses Fight for Retiree Healthcare and Voice in Patient Care. Enloe Medical Center RNs will be conducting an informational picket in front of the facility this Friday, May 4, from 3pm to 6pm. More »

North Ottawa Community Hospital Nurses Ask Federal Officials to Intervene Again

North Ottawa Community Hospital Nurses Ask Federal Officials to Intervene Again

Nurses at North Ottawa Community Hospital said today they have been forced again to ask federal officials to intervene, this time because hospital leaders refuse to communicate with them and compromise at the bargaining table. This is the fourth time the nurses have had to file an unfair labor practice charge in about a year, an extremely unusual number for a Michigan hospital. More »

Tom Morello to perform in CHICAGO: MAY 18

Tom Morello to perform in CHICAGO: MAY 18

Nurses Converge for “Robin Hood Tax”, Reps from UK, Italy, Canada, Guatemala, Germany and South Korea to join in. More »

Bay Area Sutter RNs Begin One-Day Strike

Bay Area Sutter RNs Begin One-Day Strike

Hospital Giant Seeks Massive Cuts Despite $4 Billion in Profits Nurses to Also Protest Sutter Plans to Close Hospitals, Cut Care. Registered nurses are on strike today at eight hospitals that are part of the wealthy Sutter corporate chain to protest Wall Street-type demands for more than 100 sweeping reductions in patient care and nurses’ standards and workplace conditions. More »

RNs Offer to Postpone Strike if Sutter Withdraws

RNs Offer to Postpone Strike if Sutter Withdraws

Registered nurses who work at Sutter corporation hospitals in Northern California today offered to postpone a planned one-day strike Tuesday against eight Sutter hospitals if the hospital chain withdraws the sweeping concessions it is demanding in RN and patient care standards. —CNA Press Release, 04/30/12 More »

RNs Condemn Sutter Plan to Close San Leandro

RNs Condemn Sutter Plan to Close San Leandro

Hospital Chain’s Decision to Abandon San Leandro Should Prompt San Francisco Officials to Doubt Sutter Promises on St. Luke’s More »

Nurses, Robin Hood, Prepare to Converge on Chicago May 18

Nurses, Robin Hood, Prepare to Converge on Chicago May 18

Will Search for AWOL World Leaders in Colorful March with Plan to Heal U.S. and Global Economies, Joined by Occupy Movement and Broad Coalition of Over 65 Environmental, Labor, Health Groups More »

MNA Nurses help make history with passage of Vulnerable Adult legislation

MNA Nurses help make history with passage of Vulnerable Adult legislation

ST. PAUL (April 18, 2011) – MNA nurses helped make history this week, as Minnesota became the first state to declare criminal neglect of a vulnerable adult a felony while also protecting the rights of healthcare workers. More »

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