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WSNA Lobby Day 2023

WSNA nurses from across the state visited Olympia on Feb. 2 to advocate for their profession and fight for safe staffing standards.



Honoring our fallen heroes

Stopping to honor the lives of Doug Brant, Jerald Lee Gordon, and all of our lost heroes should also be a reminder to recommit to advancing the honor and respect that all nurses deserve.



Chain of command: What nurses need to know

Take the time to locate and review your organization’s chain-of-command policy so you are prepared when faced with a challenging patient safety concern.




How to prepare for an emergency

While the best time to plan for an emergency or disaster is BEFORE it happens, these tips and resources are good to know.








2022 year in review

What a year! Here's a quick look back at 2022. Thanks for all you do, WSNA nurses.


Happy holidays from WSNA

Wishing you love, wonder and joy during the holidays and a healthy and prosperous new year.




We are heartbroken

Statement

We were heartbroken to learn of the murder of a valued home-health nurse and WSNA member, Doug Brant, on Dec. 1.






Q&A with Jacob Garcia

Garcia, a nurse at Sunnyside Community Hospital in Yakima County, grew up with a grandmother who helped organize migrant workers in California alongside Cesar Chavez.