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Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
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Registered Nurses Unite for safe patient limits groups across North America support the Patient Safety Act

BOSTON — Nursing organizations representing hundreds of thousands of nurses from across North America have endorsed the effort by Massachusetts nurses to pass for An Act relative to patient safety

Massachusetts Nurses Association
July 16, 2018
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National Nurses United Condemns Trump Administration’s Opposition to Breastfeeding Resolution

National Nurses United, the largest U.S. union of registered nurses, strongly condemned the U.S. administration’s opposition to an international resolution encouraging breastfeeding—which nurses say is an attempt by the administration to kowtow to a profit-seeking infant formula industry, while ignoring science and jeopardizing the health of babies and mothers around the globe.

National Nurses United
July 10, 2018

Florida RNs Put Patients First

Nurses Urge Osceola Regional Medical Center to Take Active Measures to Ensure Optimal Patient Care

Registered nurses at Osceola Regional Medical Center in Kissimmee, Fla. will hold an informational picket on Thursday, July 12, to urge management to take active steps to address turnover and comply with the hospital’s staffing grid. This will improve the recruitment and retention of experienced RNs, and ensure optimal patient care, say nurses.

National Nurses Organizing Committee - Florida
July 10, 2018
Florida RNs Put Patients First

Nurses Urge Doctors Hospital of Sarasota and Blake Medical Center in Bradenton to Take Steps to Ensure Optimal Patient Care

Registered nurses at Doctors Hospital of Sarasota and Blake Medical Center of Bradenton will hold an informational picket on Thursday, July 12, to urge management to address RN staff turnover and comply with the hospitals’ staffing grids. This will improve the recruitment and retention of experienced RNs, and ensure optimal patient care, say nurses.

National Nurses Organizing Committee - Florida
July 10, 2018
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Nurses Urge Six HCA-Affiliated Hospitals in Florida to Ensure Optimal Patient Care

Registered nurses at HCA-affiliated hospitals in St. Petersburg, Bradenton, and Brooksville will hold informational pickets on Thursday, July 12, urging that hospital management address RN turnover rates and consistently comply with staffing grids. This will improve the recruitment and retention of experienced RNs, and ensure optimal patient care, say nurses.

National Nurses Organizing Committee - Florida
July 10, 2018