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After Congressional Hearing on Ebola Prep. National Nurses Say Mandate for Hospitals Still Needed

After Congressional Hearing on Ebola Prep. National Nurses Say Mandate for Hospitals Still Needed

Following a Congressional hearing Friday morning in Washington on Ebola and the latest confirmed Ebola patient in New York Thursday, National Nurses United said a major gap remains in U.S. preparedness – the failure of the federal government, both Congress and the White House, to mandate all hospitals to implement the highest standards and protocols to protect nurses, other health workers and the public. —National Nurses United, 10/24/14 More »

Nurses Leader to Testify to Congress on Ebola Friday

Nurses Leader to Testify to Congress on Ebola Friday

Following a day in which leaders of the nation’s largest nurses organization met with California Gov. Jerry Brown to urge his state to set a national model for optimal safety protocols for responding to the Ebola virus, National Nurses United announced it has been invited to testify before Congress Friday on the Ebola threat. —National Nurses United, 10/22/14 More »

National Nurses Statement on New CDC Ebola Guidelines

National Nurses Statement on New CDC Ebola Guidelines

National Nurses United today welcomed the call in the latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for “rigorous and repeated training” for nurses and other health workers responding to the Ebola virus as NNU has been urging for two months, but said some substantial questions and concerns remain. —National Nurses United, 10/21/14 More »

Help Stop Ebola—Tell Congress and the White House to Order Hospitals to Put Safety Standards First

Help Stop Ebola—Tell Congress and the White House to Order Hospitals to Put Safety Standards First

Now that nurses, who have been sounding the alarm about Ebola for more than two months, finally have the attention of policy makers and everyone else, let's have no more excuses and take the critical steps needed to contain and eradicate this virulent disease in the U.S. and globally. —RoseAnn DeMoro, writing in The Washington Post, 10/20/14 More »

Registered Nurses Kick Off National Week of Actions Mandating Highest Ebola Protocols

Registered Nurses Kick Off National Week of Actions Mandating Highest Ebola Protocols

Registered nurses in various cities across the country will kick off a national week of action today demanding that President Obama and the U.S. Congress take immediate steps to guarantee that all hospitals and healthcare employers institute the highest Ebola protocols in their facilities to protect RNs, other healthcare workers, patients and the public. —National Nurses United, 10/20/14 More »

RNs at St. Joseph Hospital Decry Management’s Response for Highest Standards of Ebola Preparation

RNs at St. Joseph Hospital Decry Management’s Response for Highest Standards of Ebola Preparation

Today, Registered Nurses at St Joseph Hospital in Orange, a hospital where RNs are not yet represented by a union, took the bold step of publicly calling on management to take immediate measures to ensure the health and safety of RNs and patients alike regarding Ebola. The RNs pointed out that the hospital, like most hospitals in America, has failed to enact adequate measures to protect against Ebola. —California Nurses Association, 10/17/14 More »

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