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Cui Bono?

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New thread, modest proposal. Real activism. Refer to my posts in "Protection against 'Problem Nurses'".

The title of this thread translates "Who benefits?", one of the first questions that should be considered in disputes.

Please post your views after reading my posts in this forum. I hope we can get something going.

Ok I visited the other thread and it is 5 pages, I went through a bit of it but you need to break it down and post a condensed version here of what your

1. Goals are

2. Ideas to impliment

3. Concept for registry

4. Concept of Management

5. Simple understandable focus/mission

Exactly the type of brainstorming I'm looking for. Great observations. I think building a site is one of the primary goals.

Keep the great ideas coming.

Exactly the type of brainstorming I'm looking for. Great observations. I think building a site is one of the primary goals.

Keep the great ideas coming.

American nurses should form registries city by city. Force the hospitals to staff from the registry...at OUR RATES and CONDITIONS. All violations to our conditions will result in the hospital having to pay more to use the registry. No more BS, poor treatment, politics. Nurses should collectively force a ban on importing nurses and create this registry pool. (Sci-fi...I know...but we can dream, right?) The hospitals would be having to perform to keep the registry fees affordable to them (ie: meeting conditions)

So this would be like nationalized union? It sounds like a pretty feasible solution. Perhaps the State to State Nursing Organizations should unite on this type issue and try to bring about such a union. It would all begin with US. We would all from every state need to join our collective Nursing Organizations and probabaly ANA as well and begin a letter writing campaign. If all 50 states and the ANA were inundated by the entire work force with letters with this like minded proposal they could not possibly ignore it forever. We would first need to unite as a profession and make it known to all the nurses in our areas that we are attempting to make a difference.

If every nurse that comes to allnurses told every nurse they work with and then began facility wide meetings to make this known it could be done!

see this thread

https://allnurses.com/forums/showthread.php?t=85411

So this would be like nationalized union? It sounds like a pretty feasible solution. Perhaps the State to State Nursing Organizations should unite on this type issue and try to bring about such a union. It would all begin with US. We would all from every state need to join our collective Nursing Organizations and probabaly ANA as well and begin a letter writing campaign. If all 50 states and the ANA were inundated by the entire work force with letters with this like minded proposal they could not possibly ignore it forever. We would first need to unite as a profession and make it known to all the nurses in our areas that we are attempting to make a difference.

If every nurse that comes to allnurses told every nurse they work with and then began facility wide meetings to make this known it could be done!

see this thread

https://allnurses.com/forums/showthread.php?t=85411

No!!!

Independently run by good organizers in 'districts'. Can't give the powers that be anything tangible to shoot at.

Remember the label advisory on records Tipper Gore started? It was an organization and not an organization depending on what it needed to be at the time.

I realize we aren't a bunch of bored wives with money and powerful husbands, but they ended up walking all over the law and no one could touch them. See Frank Zappa's (real) book. He's not what you think he is, but a very, articulate capable person as demonstrated in his testimony on capitol hill.

That's what I'm talking about...

(Vincent)...'you'd dig it the most...."

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