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- Oct 15 California Nurse Once Thought About Quitting but Persevered Early in Brian Zeringue’s career, a patient died on him. He thought about quitting, but thanks to support from his colleagues, he persevered – and his community is better off for it.
- May 09 Protecting Nurses During National Nurses Week Under the Workplace Violence Prevention bill, which was re-introduced in Congress earlier this year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) would require employers to develop and implement plans to prevent on-the-job violence.
- Mar 19 State Nurses Find Power in Numbers Feeling empowered as they fight for collective bargaining rights, some state-employed nurses in Nevada are... (Blog)
- Jul 14 Southern California Nurse is First to Register “We’re very excited to be here to support the labor movement in fighting for worker rights,” said Zackos. “This is a really significant time in our history."
- May 10 Thank a Nurse During Nurses Week Nurses Week is a chance to thank nurses for all they do for their patients and their communities.
- Mar 12 Talk About a Monster Commute Public service workers often can’t afford to live where they work and so have to undertake long commutes. That includes people like AFSCME California member Bernadette Price, whose story was televised nationally.
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- Apr 27 Lobbying ramp-up precedes mental health funding proposal Physical health insurers ramped up lobbying operations and far out-spent their behavioral health counterparts in... (Lansing State Journal)
- Jul 01 Remarks by the President on the Zika Virus
- Apr 27 TX: Failed Hospital Deal Reveals Ties to Janek Three years ago, a company called Geo Care Inc. failed to win a contract from... (MyHighPlains.com)
- Oct 22 Tightened Guidance for U.S. Healthcare Workers on Personal Protective Equipment for Ebola The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is tightening previous infection control guidance for... (CDC)
- Apr 15 U.S. Supreme Court Might Take Up Rick Scott's "Drug Test Everyone" Plan Gov. Rick Scott's plan to randomly drug test every single state employee in Florida --... (Miami News Times)
- Apr 10 AFSCME President Blasts House Approval of Budget for Wealthy AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders released the following statement following the House approval of the budget drafted by Rep. Paul Ryan. (Press Release)
- Jan 28 Costs of Privatization Hidden in Plain Sight Services and infrastructure have been privatized, even though keeping them public is the better choice.... (Truthout )
- Sep 26 OSHA launches new safety and health certificate program for public sector employees A new certificate program that provides public sector employees training on occupational safety and health... (Occupational Safety & Health Administration)
- Mar 20 School Nurse Shortage Update The majority of school districts in the U.S. fail to meet recommended nurse-to-student ratios despite... (Advance for Nurses)
- Mar 01 Nurse Practitioners Say How They’re Paid Affects Care They Can Provide Restrictive payment policies impact patient care more than state “scope of practice” laws. (Kaiser Health News)
- Nov 15 The role of nursing in delivery of primary care Nurse practitioners could fill the growing primary care shortage . . . (Health Affairs Policy Brief)
- Aug 23 School nurses' duties wide ranging Nurses deal with everything from students with diabetes to paralysis… (The Spectrum)