National Nurses United

National Nurse magazine January-February-March 2024

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Contents J A N U A R Y | F E B R U A R Y | M A R C H 2 0 2 4 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 20 4 4 News Briefs Michigan nurses win new contract 5 | NNU report shows increased rates of workplace violence 6 | Minnesota RNs introduce Healing Greed Agenda 7 | NNU applauds CDC 8 | Nurses champion improved CalCare legislation 9 | Marina del Rey nurses win contract after multiple strikes; Fort Kent nurses unionize 10 | PPC series: The Heart of the Union 11 | Nurses named most trusted profession by Gallup; St. Louis RNs strike again 12 | UChicago nurses rally for safe staffing 13 | Palm Springs nurses demand Tenet address patient safety 14 | NYSNA nurses unite to ratify three new contracts 16 | Mission Hospital nurses applaud AG's lawsuit 17 | Austin RNs vote to unionize. 18 | Daly City nurses protest health care cuts; Antelope Valley RNs rally for safe staffing; Watsonville nurses ratify new contract; Machias nurses rally twice for patient safety; Baltimore RNs begin negotiations for first contract. 19 Humanity is the heart of nursing Replacing RN care with AI is unacceptable, and nurses are fighting back. By Bonnie Castillo, RN 20 An Ounce of Prevention RNs show that enforcing workplace violence prevention rules is highly effective. By Chuleenan Svetvilas Contents 11 ON THE COVER: RNs working at a ProMedica facility in Adrian, Mich. succeeded in holding line against a stubborn employer and winning a new contract in February with provisions and improvements they had long sought, and without conceding to a two-tier retirement proposal.

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