Registered nurse volunteers recently returned from two weeks of providing nursing care and other disaster relief will join House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress to speak
• District of Columbia• Puerto Rico
Staff at the regionâ€™s largest private hospital â€” MedStar Washington Hospital Center â€” have given it consistently low marks in seven out of 12 patient safety measures in key areas, over the past four years, according to results released Friday.
• District of Columbia
On the final day of Nurses Week 2017, weâ€™re proud to look back at five major accomplishments by NNU nurses between Nurses Week 2016 and today.
• Medicare For All• Safe Staffing Ratios
• California• District of Columbia• Nationwide
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RNs across the United States are actively working with CNA/NNU to win their own mandated direct-care RN-to-patient staffing ratios. RNs in other countries have also been fighting to win RN-to-patient staffing ratios to improve conditions for their patients. Safe RN-to-patient staffing ratios have been proven to save lives, yet under-staffing is a major issue that RNs struggle with every day. We are ready to change that. Join us! More »