New report: High and rising rates of workplace violence and employer failure to implement effective prevention strategies is contributing to the staffing crisis
NNU's survey results reveal majority of nurses have experienced workplace violence, with nearly half seeing a rise in rates in the past year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tasked its advisory committee to update infection control guidance for health care settings. Take action now to help ensure CDC and HICPAC protect health care workers and patients from infectious diseases.
As nurses, our patients trust us to help and heal them when they sustain harm due to the conditions in their everyday lives. To honor that sacred trust, it is our duty to speak up for every human being’s right to a life free from violence and the traumas of war.
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.
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