Unions working to eliminate HIV/AIDS in Canada and abroad

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International Nurses’ Statement on Victory Against the Trans-Pacific Partnership

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Canada’s nurses say ‘No’ to paid plasma in our public health care system

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 (Ottawa ) - Today, Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) Secretary-Treasurer, Pauline Worsfold will join public...
Unions working to eliminate HIV/AIDS in Canada and abroad
International Nurses’ Statement on Victory Against the...
Canada’s nurses say ‘No’ to paid plasma in our public...

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  • December 5, 2017 Global https://www.nursingtimes.net/news/workforce/supernurse-culture-major-barrier-to-addressing-staff-fatigue/7013613.article Headline: ‘Supernurse culture’ major barrier to addressing staff fatigue ..... Argentina https://www.miradaprofesional.com/ampliarpagina.php?id=4000&npag=2 Titular: Pese a los avances, faltan profesionales de enfermería en el sistema sanitario argentino Headline: Despite progress, nurse professionals are lacking in the...
  • World leaders have unanimously committed to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In order to reach that goal, UNAIDS developed a series of targets called 90-90-90. That means by 2020, there is...
  • Global Nurses United News Round-Up November 22, 2016 Global http://acsh.org/news/2016/11/07/survive-hospital-make-sure-your-heart-stops-weekday-10406 Headline: To Survive The Hospital, Make Sure Your Heart Stops On A Weekday Global https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/nov/15/nhs-nursing-assistants-could-raise-risk-of-death-for-patients-says-study Headline: NHS nursing assistants could raise risk of death for patients, says study Global http://www.philly.com/philly/health/Black-patients-readmission-rates-are-higher-Could-nursing-help.html...
  • NURSES AROUND THE WORLD ENCOURAGED BY VICTORY IN THE US AGAINST THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP, PLEDGE TO REMAIN VIGILANT AGAINST ATTEMPTS TO REVIVE IT NEXT YEAR Nurses around the world stand together as patient advocates for the highest standards of healthcare,...
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 (Ottawa ) - Today, Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) Secretary-Treasurer, Pauline Worsfold will join public health advocates and politicians for BloodWatch.org’s Safe Blood Advocates Press Conference on Parliament Hill at 11:30am. Canada’s nurses are speaking...
  • On Wednesday November 2, 2016, Canada’s nurses and labour leaders joined thousands of students from over 50 campuses in 36 cities across Canada for All Out November 2 nd Day of Action demanding universal access to education, education justice and...
  • Today we celebrate start of National Nursing Students' Week and Indigenous Nursing Students' Day. The Canadian Nursing Students' Association's (CNSA) theme for 2016 is Diversity in Nursing: Sharing Similarities, Celebrating Differences, recognizing the many faces of nursing, their uniqueness and...
  • Lest we forget On Remembrance Day, we remember and thank those who have given their lives fighting for our rights and freedoms, and those who still serve around the world today. We honour the nurses who have so bravely served...
  • November 4, 2016 Global https://www.nursingtimes.net/news/workforce/nurse-patient-ratio-found-to-be-key-to-stroke-survival/7012974.article Headline: Nurse staffing levels are the ‘surprise’ key to stroke survival, finds study …… Australia http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/hospital-workers-treated-like-punching-bags--one-attacked-every-hour-in-victoria-20161029-gsdnja.html Headline: Hospital workers 'treated like punching bags' - one attacked every hour in Victoria …… Australia http://www.illawarramercury.com.au/story/4269595/joining-forces-over-plan/?cs=12 Headline: Emergency...
  • By Linda Silas Many respected leaders have argued that, “Education [and health care] should be a right, not a privilege.” This is a statement that I believe in whole-heartedly. Over the next few days, as we anxiously await our neighbours...