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    ​​National Nurses United, the largest U.S. union of registered nurses, is condemning the CDC's new recommendation that trims the isolation period for asymptomatic healthcare workers with COVID-19 and no longer requires exposed vaccinated workers to quarantine.
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  • 40+ organizations sign petition urging permanent COVID-19 OSHA standards

    More than 40 organizations signed a petition, along with more than 6,300 individuals, urging the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration to adopt a permanent standard on COVID-19 in healthcare workplaces as temporary emergency standards are set to expire on Dec. 21, National Nurses United said Dec. 16. 
  • 44 systems, colleges that launched nursing programs in 2021

    As nursing shortages affected health systems nationwide, colleges and universities launched innovative nursing programs and partnerships to address the persistent issue throughout 2021.
  • Meet the CNOs of US News' top 15 hospitals: 2021-22

    This year has put nursing leaders to the test as they have worked to set up makeshift COVID-19 units, secure personal protective equipment for their teams and provide emotional support during some of the hardest moments of many nurses' careers.
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    In 2021, millions of dollars in grants and donations expanded nursing schools, funded diversity programs and more. 
  • 12 nurse innovators in 2021

    While nurses' clinical roles throughout the COVID-19 pandemic dominated news stories, many nurses also made headlines for creative medical innovations or entrepreneurship efforts aimed at improving patient outcomes and protecting healthcare workers. 
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    From saving lives off the job, achieving career milestones and more, here are 22 nurses who made headlines this year:
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    Dansville, N.Y.-based Noyes Health named Stacey Argentieri, nurse manager of perioperative services at the hospital, the 2021 Daisy Nurse Leader Award winner, Noyes Health said Dec. 13. 
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    With the holiday season approaching, leaders and colleagues may be searching for what to gift their nursing teams.
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  • 10 schools launching nursing programs

    Several colleges and universities have launched innovative nursing programs and partnerships to address persistent nursing shortages around the country.
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    Below are 14 hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking chief nursing officers. 
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    Several nurses have been in the news lately for their creative medical innovations or entrepreneurship and philanthropic efforts aimed at improving the healthcare experience for patients and clinicians. 
  • New York launches tuition coverage program for 1,000 nursing students

    New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Nov. 18 a new tuition coverage program for 1,000 nursing students in an effort to address staffing shortages. 
  • New Jersey implements multistate nurse licenses

    New Jersey implemented the Nurse Licensure Compact Nov. 15, which allows registered nurses and licensed practical/vocational nurses to practice in person or via telehealth in all participating states under one multistate license.

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