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Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Nurses holds signs for safe staffing

Children’s Hospital Oakland nurses, nurse practitioners to rally Tuesday, Oct. 27, citing safe patient care concerns

Registered nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) will hold a rally on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at Children’s Hospital Oakland to highlight con­cerns about patient safety, unsafe staffing and overall poor working conditions.

California Nurses Association
October 26, 2020
Nurses holds sign "Safe Staffing Now"

Health care workers to hold informational picket at Shasta Regional Medical Center for patient safety and safe staffing

Union health care workers at Shasta Regional Medical Center (SRMC) in Redding, Calif. will hold an informational picket on Oct. 28 to demand safe patient staffing.

Caregiver and Healthcare Employees Union/California Nurses Association
October 26, 2020

• CHEU

California

Nures protest outside the White House

National Nurses Condemn Statements by Trump, Meadows To Dismiss Covid-19 Deaths, Downplay Toll of Pandemic

National Nurses United (NNU) today sharply criticized what nurses called “desperate” statements by President Trump and his Chief of Staff Mark Meadows this weekend intended to deflect and dismiss public outrage of the mounting toll of the Covid-19 pandemic.

National Nurses United
October 25, 2020
Nurses hold sign "Protect our ER"

RNs, community call emergency virtual town hall in defense of Black and Brown lives and reject Preckwinkle’s racist health budget proposal

Registered nurses, labor leaders, and community activists are calling on all concerned citizens to join the fight to defend public health for Black and Brown Chicagoans during an emergency virtual town hall meeting, Monday, Oct. 26

National Nurses United
October 23, 2020
Nurses and hospital staff hold signs calling for prioritizing safety for staff anbd the public

Registered nurses and AFGE Local 2778 health care workers decry the abrupt closure of the Atlanta Veteran Affairs Medical Center nursing home and rally to alert public to eroding patient care during Covid-19 pandemic

Registered nurses and other health care workers at the Atlanta VA Medical Center (VAMC) will hold a rally on Saturday, Oct. 24 to alert the public to the abrupt closure of the Atlanta Community Living Center (CLC), or VA nursing home, the displacement of the patient residents, and concerns about the lack of appropriate training for nurses moved to provide care outside of their expertise.

National Nurses United
October 22, 2020

• Veterans Affairs

Georgia