Join us for the January membership meetings where we'll discuss how OFNHP is building power to be a strong voice for healthcare in Oregon and SW Washington.More
Registered nurses Irene Jadge and Janice Stauffer, members of the Danbury (Conn.) Nurses’ Union, traveled to Washington, D.C., to speak out against a Republican proposal to redefine who qualifies as a full-time worker under the Affordable Care Act.
The Contract Campaign Summit will bring together OFNHP member leaders for a training and planning session to ensure the OFNHP Bargaining Councils and Contract Action Teams are ready for bargaining and the contract campaign ahead.
When most people come in for an exam of any sort with a clinician, they typically have a medical assistant or nurse work with them to get started before the clinician comes into the exam room. In Optometry we are known as optometric assistants.
The current plan in the region focuses on how to identify the symptoms of the Ebola virus, isolate the patient, escalate the situation, and how to use personal protective equipment to protect yourself and others.
AFT President Randi Weingarten and nurse activists and leaders from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C., to highlight the need to involve nurses and health professionals in developing and implementing plans to respond to Ebola.
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