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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 »

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 »

Chicago Landslide—Jackson Park Hospital RNs Vote By 85 Percent to Join Nation’s Largest RN Unio

Chicago Landslide—Jackson Park Hospital RNs Vote By 85 Percent to Join Nation’s Largest RN Unio

Registered nurses at Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center on Chicago’s South Side voted by 85 percent Friday to join National Nurses United, the nation’s largest union and professional association of RNs. —NNU Press Rlease, 01/06/12 More »

Nurses Condemn Chicago Mayor Emanuel for Arrest Of Nurses, Medical Volunteers at Occupy Chicago

Nurses Condemn Chicago Mayor Emanuel for Arrest Of Nurses, Medical Volunteers at Occupy Chicago

Registered nurses from across the U.S. today condemned Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for his decision to arrest nurse volunteers, as well as peaceful protesters, in a late night crackdown Saturday night at the Occupy Chicago protest. —Press Release, 10/23/11 More »

University of Chicago RNs Approve New Contract, Praise ‘Safer Staffing,’ ‘Improved Respect’

University of Chicago Medical Center registered nurses have voted overwhelmingly to approve a new collective bargaining contract with the University, National Nurses United said today. —Press Release, 06/03/11 More »

University of Chicago RNs Win Major Gains, Nurses to Vote This Week on Tentative Pact

Registered nurses at the University of Chicago Medical Center will vote Wednesday and Thursday on a tentative contract settlement with University officials that achieves the nurses’ main goals with major improvements in patient care protections and economic and workplace standards for the RNs, as well as rejecting all of the hospital’s concessionary demands. —Press Release, 05/31/11 More »

University of Chicago RNs Win Significant Patient Care Gains

Registered nurses at the University of Chicago Medical Center reached a tentative contract settlement with University officials Saturday that achieves the nurses’ main negotiating goals with major improvements in patient care protections and economic and workplace standards for the RNs, as well as rejecting all of the hospital’s concessionary demands. —Press Release, 05/30/11 More »

University of Chicago RNs to Lead Candlelight Vigil Wed. Over Lack of South Side ER Services

With a growing crisis over lack of emergency care for South Side Chicago residents, several hundred University of Chicago registered nurses, joined by nurses from other hospitals and community residents, will hold a candlelight vigil in Chicago Wednesday evening to sound the alarm and call for action to protect public safety. —Press Release, 03/22/11 More »

Univ. of Chicago RNs Vote for Direct Representation in National Nurses United

Univ. of Chicago RNs Vote for Direct Representation in National Nurses United

Registered nurses at the University of Chicago Medical Center, First Lady Michelle Obama’s former employer, voted by 64 percent Thursday night for a direct membership in the nation’s largest RN union and professional organization, National Nurses United. —Press Release, 05/21/10 More »

University of Chicago RNs Speak Out -Hospital Cuts Endanger Patient Care

University of Chicago Medical Center registered nurses will hold a press conference Tuesday to warn that hospital administration demands for sweeping reductions in RN and patient care standards erode safety conditions at the hospital and threaten the retention and recruitment of RNs. —Press Release, 02/08/10 More »

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