Audit: California Nursing Board Faked Docs On InvestigationsThe California board that regulates the nursing industry falsified its records to make it appear it was properly investigating allegations made against the state’s nurses, including serious complaints such as patient harm that can lead to nurses losing their licenses.
Some Nurses Say Hospitals Aren’t Prepared For Coronavirus Resurgence As California ReopensAs the majority of the state moves forward with reopening, some nurses in Placer County are sounding a warning to pump the brakes.
Dreams Delayed for College Nursing Students Forced To Repeat SemesterAmerican River College students in first, second, and third semesters of their nursing program will need to repeat the semester.
Retired Nurses Answer Governor’s Call For HelpCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom is calling on retired healthcare workers in California to come back to work and help hospitals deal with the projected surge of COVID-19 cases in the weeks ahead.
California Kaiser Nurses Reach Contract AgreementA union says Kaiser Permanente nurses in California have approved a new contract that boosts pay and improves patient care along with health and safety protections for nurses.
Thousands Of Northern California Nurses Go On StrikeAs many as 18,000 nurses have walked off the job and are picketing in front of Northern California Kaiser Permanente facilities.
Hospital Association: Kaiser Nurses Using Ebola As Rouse For Its Own CausesRoughly 18,000 Kaiser Permanente nurses throughout Northern California are expected to walk off the job for a two-day strike.
Nurses Rally At Capitol For Stronger Safety Standards, Training At HospitalsState lawmakers are working on a bill to make hospitals safer in an effort that some are calling a waste of time and money.