The monkeypox virus is now spreading rapidly in many countries that have not historically had cases. Learn about the symptoms, how it is transmitted, and what protections nurses and other health care workers need to care for a patient with a confirmed case.
Has your employer prepared to protect you and your patients from Covid-19? Have you experienced long Covid symptoms? What kinds of support and resources are available in your workplace? Take the survey and let us know!
Health care investors and employers want to eliminate nurses’ rights and benefits by pushing nurses toward gig work and misclassifying us as independent contractors.
Organize with National Nurses United to improve workplace standards through collective bargaining, reform national health care legislation, and make a difference for you and your patients.
This CE class will engage nurses in a discussion of the increasing predominance of so-called gig work in health care and provide the tools necessary to resist the dismantling of their profession.
This CE class will examine the history of how racism has affected Black, Indigenous, and other people of color and how this history has set the stage for the ongoing structural racism that exists today within our health care settings.
This scientific brief outlines the incubation period and what nurses and health care workers should do when exposed to Covid-19.
This brief goes over a science-driven approach to protecting nurses and other health care workers, our patients, and public health.
Your guide to National Nurses United. Learn more about who we are, how we are organized, and our guiding principles.
National Nurse Magazine
Striking a hard bargain: Nurses stand up for patients, safe staffing, protections
Hospitals cut L&D units, endangering pregnant patients and babies
Home health RNs share the joys and challenges of their specialty
Nurses and other health care workers are on the front lines of the pandemic; their protection is of the utmost importance. View our resources on Covid-19 and protecting nurses and other health care workers and their patients.
Registered nurses across the United States understand the need to set a minimum number of nurses to safely care for a given number of patients, with adjustments to increase nurse staffing based on patient acuity.
Violence against nurses and other health care workers in hospitals and other health care facilities is a growing epidemic across the United States. Learn more about NNU's national campaign to prevent workplace violence.