The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the latest free trade agreement being negotiated by the United States, and it will be the largest — involving 11 countries and about 40% of the world’s economy. A lot is at stake, so it’s important that President Obama and Congress get this agreement right. Read more >>
Nursing was the subject of a lengthy and engaging segment on WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show” on April 30. With his guest, author Alexandra Robbins, Lehrer discussed safe staffing ratios, workplace violence and other issues of great concern to NYSNA nurses.
With more than 8 million people displaced, and a death toll now exceeding 6,000, conditions in Nepal in the aftermath of a catastrophic earthquake continue to deteriorate. NYSNA urges members to consider a donation towards relief efforts.
NYSNA members from across the state, joined by nursing students, converged on Albany Tuesday for the union’s annual Lobby Day, taking the occasion to continue our call for safe staffing ratios in healthcare facilities.
After months of negotiations, thousands of NYC’s registered nurses from 14 citywide hospitals took their fight for patient care and safe staffing levels to the community on Thursday with a day-long citywide informational picket.