Press Releases

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National Nurses United

NNU nurses urge federal government to address unsafe hospital staffing crisis

New report on RN staffing explains decades of bad hospital practices and recommends multiple legislative and regulatory solutions.

National Nurses United
December 9, 2021

Nurses outside The White House hold signs "Protect Nurses, Patients, Public Health"

Citing new Omicron variant, nurses say permanent OSHA Covid-19 standard for health care workers badly needed

Widespread transmission will continue to result in evolution and spread of new variants of concern, such as Omicron, making a permanent standard even more important

National Nurses United
December 2, 2021


Four masked nurses inside hospital stand close together

Watsonville Community Hospital nurses to hold press conference to demand hospital remain open

Nurses who work at Watsonville Community Hospital will hold a press conference on Friday, Dec. 3, to demand that the hospital remain open.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
December 1, 2021

Exterior of Longmont United Hospital

Longmont United Hospital RNs to Hold Speak-out on Unsafe Conditions

Registered nurses at Longmont United Hospital are hosting a speak-out event on Thursday, Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. to address unsafe conditions at the hospital.

National Nurses United
November 30, 2021


GNU - Global Nurses United

Nurses from 28 countries file UN complaint alleging human rights violations by EU and four countries for ‘the loss of countless lives’ in the pandemic

A coalition of nurses unions representing over 2.5 million health care workers from 28 countries around the world have filed a complaint with the United Nations alleging human rights violations by the European Union, the United Kingdom, Norway, Switzerland, and Singapore during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Global Nurses United
November 29, 2021