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National Nurse magazine Oct-Nov-Dec 2021

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4 News Briefs MNA RNs and allies urge state to end jail health services contract with MEnD 5 | Sparrow RNs win new standard-setting contract 6 | RNs urge OSHA to issue permanent Covid-19 standard 7 | Huge win for Chicago nurses 8 | Nurses say implement Covid-19 task force recommendations 9 | Nurses urge federal government to address hospital staffing crisis 10 | RNs call on FTC to investigate hospital contracts 11 | New state law tackles implicit bias in nursing education 12 | Victory for Chinese Hospital nurses 13 | Kaiser nurses condemn patient-dumping scheme 14 | West Covina and Covina nurses ratify new contracts; Northern California Kaiser RNs hold one-day sympathy strike; North Carolina nurses hold action to demand safe staffing. 15 Timeless commitment RNs will never stop fighting, every day, every year for a society based on care. By Bonnie Castillo, RN 16 Care at the Core At NNU's 2021 convention, Scope of Solidarity, nurses reimagined a society based on human need. By Kari Jones 19 Doing Justice NNU launches new Division of Social Justice and Equity. By Kari Jones 22 Leaders of the PAC How NNU nurses flex their power nationally. 24 2021 Editorial Index Our annual compilation of all the stories we published throughout the year, grouped by topic. Contents ON THE COVER: Registered nurses from HCA's Regional Medical Center in San Jose, Calif. pick- eted in October to demand the hospital staff up for safe care and adhere to California's RN- patient ratio laws. 19 6 13 O C T O B E R | N O V E M B E R | D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 1 W W W . N A T I O N A L N U R S E S U N I T E D . O R G N A T I O N A L N U R S E 3 ILLUSTRATION: DETAIL OF ART BY MICAH BAZANT, 2021. © NNU

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