Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Nurses preparing to administer vaccines

Nurses Week: RNRN calls on more nurse volunteers to administer Covid-19 vaccine doses through the end of May

Nurses Week is underway and the Registered Nurse Response Network is calling on registered nurse volunteers to assist with Covid-19 vaccinations at the Kedren Community Health Center in partnership with International Medical Corps.

RN Response Network
May 7, 2021


Nurse holds signs "RNs Global Solidarity"

Nurses Applaud Biden Support for Vaccine Waiver To Assist International Covid Pandemic Fight

National Nurses United today applauded the decision of the Biden administration’s to support waiving international property protections to accelerate delivery of vaccines globally to aid the effort to save lives amid the still escalating Covid-19 pandemic.

National Nurses United
May 5, 2021

Back of car with "Safe Staffing Saves Lives" written on window

Health care workers at Methodist Hospital of Southern California to hold car caravan for patient safety

Health care workers at Methodist Hospital of Southern California, in Arcadia, Calif. will hold a car caravan on Saturday, May 8 to highlight their patient safety concerns, including short staffing and the demand to end discriminatory pay practices.

Caregivers & Healthcare Employees Union
May 5, 2021


Sign "Nurses and Veterans stand together"

Registered nurses applaud the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs passage of the VA Employee Fairness Act

National Nurses United applauds the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs passage of the VA Employee Fairness Act. The legislation would allow nurses to advocate for the highest quality of patient care without threat of retaliation.

National Nurses United
May 4, 2021

• Veterans Affairs

Nurses outside Capitol building

Registered Nurses Honor National Nurses Week with Lobby Days For Federal Legislation to Protect Patients and Nurses

Hundreds of registered nurses from across the country will meet virtually with federal lawmakers on May 4-10 to urge them to step up measures to improve protections for hospital patients and nurses and other health care workers across the country.

National Nurses United
May 3, 2021