Death of First Ebola Patient Heightens Concern - Latest Survey Results from 1,700 RNs in 35 States

One week after the confirmation of the first patient in the U.S. infected with the Ebola virus, registered nurses who would be among the first to respond and interact with patients possibly infected still say their hospitals are lagging, according to survey responses from more than 1,700 registered nurses across the U.S.

National Nurses United
October 8, 2014




Another deadly consequence of climate change: The spread of dangerous diseases

With President Trump’s decision on U.S. participation in the Paris climate accords expected in the next few days, there has been widespread discussion of the many consequences that climate change will have for us and our children, including extreme weather events, displacement of people, submergence of lands and devastation to our oceans.

By Brian Deese and Ronald A. Klain, The Washington Post


Let's Honor Our History and Ourselves this Nurses Week

This year's Nurses Week, we honor the noble profession of nursing not only in the United States, but across the world.

National Nurses United
May 7, 2016