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When Nurses Strike: Ohio Hospital Fails to Come to Agreement with Union

When Nurses Strike: Ohio Hospital Fails to Come to Agreement with Union

One Ohio hospital is finding out as their nurses have continue into the first week on their labor dispute. Find out the details and how it might impact care.

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Nurse Accused of Taking Naked Photos of Nursing Home Patients

Nurse Accused of Taking Naked Photos of Nursing Home Patients

How would you feel if a nurse took pictures of your mother, father, or grandparents in various states of undress? Learn about the case against a Pennsylvania nurse for doing just this.

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Workplace Violence: Is it Just Part of a Nurses Job?

Workplace Violence: Is it Just Part of a Nurses Job?

Some Texas nurses are turning to lawmakers for help to create and enforce new rules. Learn what's being done to protect nurses.

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Staffing and Unions: Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak

Staffing and Unions: Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak

All nurses want safe nurse-to-patient ratios. But, what if it comes in the form of a union? Would you be ready to join the union to have a seat at the table on the critical subjects like staffing or o…

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Washington Nurses Celebrate House Bill 1155

Washington Nurses Celebrate House Bill 1155

This bill places mandatory meal and rest breaks for nurses and will extend to other healthcare professionals by 2021. Discover what this bill is all about.

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RaDonda Vaught’s Arraignment - Guilty or Not of Reckless Homicide and Patient Abuse?

RaDonda Vaught’s Arraignment - Guilty or Not of Reckless Homicide and Patient Abuse?

By now, most nurses have heard about RaDonda Vaught, a former Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurse who was charged with reckless homicide and patient abuse as a result of administering the wrong…

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Minnesota
Nurses in trouble get second chances - Minnesota

Nurses in trouble get second chances - Minnesota

Front page lead story in the Sunday Star Tribune investigates the Disciplinary actions of the Minnesota State Board of Nursing. Minnesota rarely throws nurses out of the profession for unsafe conduct.…

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