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Join WSNA at Seattle Pride this Sunday

We will be marching with the labor contingent hosted by Pride at Work, which advocates for LGBTQ+ union members, other workers, and allies.







School nursing may be right for you

If you are a team player, comfortable practicing in an independent role, ready to use every lesson you learned in nursing school, and love working with children, youth and families, then we have a job for you!






WSNA votes on endorsements at WSLC COPE Convention

The Washington State Nurses Association was well represented at the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO’s 2022 Committee on Political Education (COPE) Endorsing Convention on Saturday, May 21.




Donate blood. Save a life. Thank a nurse!

One week is not long enough to honor our nurses and their life-saving contributions, so Bloodworks Northwest is having a “Thank a Nurse” Blood Drive for the entire month of May.


Governor Jay Inslee proclaims May as Nurses Month in Washington state

“I encourage all people in our state to join me in honoring the nurses of Washington, especially recog­nizing the critical and live-saving role that regis­tered nurses have filled around our state, country, and world through the current coron­avirus pandemic.”


Nurses Month 2022 - You deserve more than "thanks"

You make a difference. Every day. You deserve more than just “thank you.” As the leading voice and advocate for nurses in Washington, WSNA is working to show our appreciation throughout the year.


Nurses in the lead

The Union Leadership Awards recognize those who have stepped forward and led the way over the past year — or, in some cases, the past several decades.


2022 Union Leadership Conference

Attendees connected with other WSNA leaders around the state, learned about current issues facing unions and nursing practice, and engaged in group workshops.



Joint statement on the conviction of RaDonda Vaught

Press release

Statement

Focusing on blame and punishment solves nothing. It can only discourage reporting and drive errors underground. It not only undermines patient safety; it fosters an environment of fear and lack of respect for health care workers.



2022 Washington State Nurses Hall of Fame gala

On Thursday, March 17, 2022, WSNA honored the dedication and achievement of six Washington RNs who have changed the practice, research, educational opportunities and governing policies of nursing in our state.